This site uses cookies. By clicking allow you are agreeing to our use of cookies.

SUNRISE: Building the Internet of Underwater Things

Sensing, monitoring and actuating on the UNderwater world through a federated Research InfraStructure Extending the Future Internet

Open Calls FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

 

How can I get the consortium agreement?

You can write to the project coordinator and helpdesk team This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and we will send you the consortium agreement.


How can I get information on the testing facilities we can use for experiments?

Currently the LOON, Porto and University of Twente facilities are federated and ready to use by experimenters. Suasis testing facility will also be available for second open call experimenters as it will be federated in the summer.  Information on these facilities can be found here:
http://fp7-sunrise.eu/Files/OpenCalls/Porto_testbed_description.pdf
http://fp7-sunrise.eu/Files/OpenCalls/LOON_testbed_description.pdf

For additional technical information you can write to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and we will provide the additional details you need.

 

Information on Twente and Suasis facilities will be made available by the end of May 2015. Preliminary information are provided in the open call launch event slides. 

 

Where can I find information on SUNRISE protocol stack (SUNSET)?

Information on SUNSET can be found here (and related links):
http://fp7-sunrise.eu/index.php/open-calls2/open-calls-documentation/sunrise-facilities-technical-doc/sunset-documentation
 

Where can I find information on SUNRISE architecture and interfaces?

Information on SUNRISE architecture and interfaces can be found here:
http://fp7-sunrise.eu/Files/OpenCalls/SUNRISE_GATE_Architecture.pdf


The project we are submitted appears to fall within multiple types of experiments. Is this a problem?

Projects addressing multiple types of experiments are welcome. According to the open call text and guidelines these projects are eligible; you have to identify the main type of experiment you’re addressing in the cover page of the proposal, and discuss in the “Concept and Objectives” part of the proposal (namely Part B, Section B1.1) how the secondary objectives are addressed.

Recent Activities

SUNRISE at NT 100 2016

SUNRISE was selected as exhibitor at NT 100 2016, which is held in London in December 2016. SUNRISE video and Gate demo will be shown by UOR team.

SUNRISE at Italy-China Science, Technology & Innovation Week 2016

SUNRISE was selected as exhibitor at Italy-China Science, Technology & Innovation Week 2016, which is held in Naples in October 2016. SUNRISE video and Gate demo will be shown by UOR team.

SUNRISE at Maker Faire 2016

SUNRISE was selected as exhibitor at Maker Faire 2016, which is held in Rome in October 2016. SUNRISE video and Gate demo will be shown by UOR team.

SUNRISE at Futuro Remoto 2016

SUNRISE was selected as exhibitor at Futuro Remoto 2016, which is held in Naples in October 2016. SUNRISE video and Gate demo will be shown by UOR and Nexse teams.

SUNRISE presented at EuCNC 2016

SUNRISE was selected as exhibitor at EuCNC 2016, which was held in Athens in June 2016. SUNRISE video and Gate demo were shown by UOR and Nexse teams. Posters and dissemination material were distributed to participants.