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NeutralAccess13 – invitation

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NeutralAccess13

User Centricity in Future Mobile Networks
Collegio Raffaello – Piazza della Repubblica, 13 – 61029 Urbino (Italy)

Communication Issues in Ultra-Low-Power Wireless Sensor Networks

A research seminar given yesterday by Alessandro Bogliolo at the School of Engineering and Digital Arts of the University of Kent, UK.

The quality of Internet access in Italy

The quality of fixed Internet access
in Italy 

The results of the MisuraInternet.it project
and the development of ultrabroadband

June 12, 2013, 9:30 – 17:30
Aula Convegni CNR – Rome

Google and the privacy in Italy and in Europe

An interdisciplinary seminar will be given by Gabriele Marra (Law School) and Alessandro Bogliolo (Information Science and Technology School) at the niversity of Urbino on Wednesday April 10, 2013.

QArtCodes in Urbino

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NeuNet has promoted the pioneering adoption of QArtCodes in Urbino. QArtCodes are special types of QRcodes which allow the simultaneous representation of encoded contents and pixel art, while maintaining full compatibility with the standard. The QArtCodes installed in Urbino contain location-specific links to the comprehensive smartcity services offered by the marche.mycicero.it platform.

What if it worked?

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NeuNet take part in the initiative launched by the young members of Confindustria Pesaro e Urbino to promote innovation. The initiative will be presented today at 3pm at the University of Urbino.

Math4U – Prepare for University

Math4U

NeuNet has launched the Math4U initiative together with the Information Science and Technology School of  the University of Urbino, to help students to prepare for University.

Alliance for the Internet

NeuNet participate in the Alliance for the Internet, the initiative launched to promote the development of the information society in Italy. Here is a motivational video presentation.

Timeville 12-12-12: the first experiment

Timeville is a massively mutliplayer online social game conceived to perform large-scale economic experiments.

The game has been launched today at Noon involving 90 students in Applied Computer Science who will play the game for 1 month o win the rpices offered by NeuNet.

 

Introducing openBOXware on Android

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Published a NeuNet Technical Report presenting the key features and the user interface of openBOXware on Android.

OpenBOXware on Android exploits technological convergence to reduce device
confusion and increase Internet penetration. First, it makes it possible to use our
preferred Android device as a unique interface to any other connected device, including
television. Second, it provides a TV-like user experience which makes Internet contents
easily accessible as linear TV channels.

The technical report can be downloaded for free from NeuNet website.

The beta version of openBOXware is available on the Android market.

Illustration by Alessandra Tombesi



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