Recent growth of the geo-spatial information on the web has made it possible to easily access a wide variety of geo-spatial data.
The goal of Immersive, Interactive, Individualized Information or I4 is to immerse people in interactive, customized multimedia information experiences and to provide organic, intuitive tools for maintaining the underlying content system.[Read More]
The main objective of the AIMS project is to address the challenges involved in managing the multidimensional sensor data streams generated within Immersive Environments.
The primary goal of this project is to design, develop, and test methodologies for exploiting semantic aspects of the multimedia earthquake science data. The nature of data in the earthquake science domain is full of variety.[Read More]
Mediator architecture that integrates time-series data from several web sites and databases from agencies such as the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the Census Bureau, and the Energy Information Administration (EIA).[Read More]
As journalism moves into the Twenty-First Century, new forms of information technology and integrated media systems (IT&IMS) stand to revolutionize methods for acquiring, packaging, organizing and delivering information content.
The latest developments in wireless technologies as well as the widespread usage of sensors have led to the recent prevalence of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) for realistic and effective monitoring, decision-making, and management of the transportation systems.[Read More]
With current advances in mobile technology, generating the texture information from the images taken by users from an urban environment is becoming increasingly feasible.
With the recent advancements in sensing and data acquisition technologies, it is now economically viable to equip the oilfield assets, such as production wells and water/steam injection wells as well as oilfield facilities with multi-modal sensors for fine-monitoring of the oilfield.[Read More]