Glasgow Network Functions for Unmanned Vehicles
Glasgow Network Functions for Unmanned Vehicles (GNFUV) is an extension of the Glasgow Network Functions (GNF) framework that operates over UxV infrastructures being particularly well-suited for operating over resourced-constrained and mobile Internet of Things (IoT) environments. GNFUV will leverage the UxV IoT infrastructure as a target platform to host diverse virtualised network functions across numerous physical UxV deployments in a transparent way.
GNFUV aims to showcase the capabilities of UxVs as hosting platforms for (virtualised) tasks, ranging from always-on monitoring and network topology self-management, to in-network, contextual information processing algorithms for edge-computing predictive analytics.
Funded by EU H2020 Future Internet Research and Experimentation (FIRE+)
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