Use the tags below to filter projects per industry or expertise

OCEANIDS - Creating tools and applications driven by users 🔗

IN2 is thrilled to announce its active participation in the OCEANIDS project. As part of our commitment to sustainability and technological innovation, we participate and contribute to the project's ambitious goals of developing tools and applications that enable a more resilient and inclusive society in coastal regions.

The OCEANIDS project, is formed by a consortium of leading research institutions, industry innovators, and public entities and develops tools focusing on Climate-Informed Maritime Spatial Planning and integrated seascape management, all aiming to contribute to a resilient and inclusive Blue Economy.

IN2 leads the activities related to task-focused, ephemeral, location-based social networks The service that will be developed will cater for the complex dynamics of on-the-fly local interaction and use of digital media to engage local communities. This will facilitate an easier reach out to wider audiences within pilot regions and provide a familiar way for users to interact with OCEANIDS. Furthermore we are also contributing at the core techology modules for data and services federation and curation.

Dancing Dialogues - present and connect folk dance groups 🔗

Dancing Dialogues is a project with the Royal Holloway, University of London and aims to present and connect folk dance groups, events and activities in the UK in an easy-to-use digital space.

The website will consist of static (e.g., Home, About) and dynamic (e.g., news, blog) areas. Pages can contain mixed-media content, blending textual information with photos, videos, PowerPoint presentations and slides, PDFs and documents, social media posts. The core of the website will be a map that shows entries about folk dance groups, related events and activities. The website will provide the means to:

  • Register an account so that folk dance groups can add/edit their profile, events and activities and assign them on a map location.
  • Harvest RSS feeds and posts from selected folk dance groups in a dedicated web page (social wall)

Outdoor Against Cancer 🔗

We have designed and developed the Outdoor Against Cancer website as a digital experience that allows visitors to read in real-time about the ongoing organisation activities and book hiking and training offers integrated in a shop and payment system. As part of the website we have realised two very special sections: an online video-based training offering in 5 languages and the OAC-Training an integrated further education course.

The provided video-based training is fully managed, hosted and operated from our own cloud computing infrastructure and includes a range of videos that are structured in topics. Videos can be freely accessed and downloaded for offline use by the participants, allowing them to exercise also when internet connectivity is low. The further education course comprises the application procedure to take part in the course and 4 dedicated modules, each with a diverse set of learning materials: documents, presentations, videos, interviews. Each module ends with an online examination and the final one with issuing a certificate. The Bavarian Medical Association has certified this course and is giving 60 credit points to the participating physicians for a successful completion.

The OAC website is using our Tellit solution as a headless CMS and is built on top of a dedicated content hub taking advantage of the state-of-the-art functionalities for hosting, managing and streaming of video content.

Crowdsourcing for READ-IT 🔗

READ-IT is an interdisciplinary project that investigates the evidence about reading in Europe from the 18th century until today. In collaboration with social scientists and researchers from the digital humanities we developed innovative crowdsourcing applications for gathering information on reading experiences.

The crowdsourcing application follows a task-based approach using questions and answers where researchers decide which questions to post in each crowdsourcing campaign. Campaigns can run in parallel for many target groups demographics and as long as it is required to gather the desired amount of data. The crowdsourced data can be a text entries, documents, photos and even videos that users submit as part of their answers. We have developed a number of multi-language user-interfaces for the crowdsourcing campaigns including one re-assembling a physical postcard.

Hyper360 Community of Practice 🔗

For the Hyper360 project we have built a Community of Practice (CoP) as a dynamic social media content hub that presents and promotes the results of European-funded immersive media research and innovation actions.

The Community of Practice allows to search for specific research topics, actions and stakeholders and explore the activities that they have published. It aggregates content from many social media channels together with RSS feeds from immersive media project websites. It allows in this way to learn about what other projects are doing, cross-fertilise ideas and create synergies among them, find stakeholders to test, pilot and deploy solutions and team-up with like-minded professionals and organisations. The CoP is built as a dedicated content hub on our Tellit solution and takes advantage of all the intelligent indexing and smart search and faceting facilities Tellit provides.

OAC: mygoal - Move yourself, go out and live 🔗

We have created for the Technical University of Munich and the Erasmus+ project OAC: mygoal a digital experience that aggregates project-related real-time social media in form of an integrated news feed in an engaging format and allows to reach out the target groups and create awareness of the importance of health-enhancing physical activity for cancer patients.

As part of this work, we have developed a multi-language website to manage all types of content (documents, videos) that the project is producing and provide the required online video-based training sessions. Furthermore, we created a flexible survey module to allow the project to create private online surveys and get feedback about the quality of life and health status of cancer patients. The website is using our Tellit solution as a headless CMS and is built on top of a dedicated content hub with all the advanced functionalities that are required to host and stream live content.

Let's speak

  • The action could not be carried out due to error {{errorMsg}} The name is required. A valid email is required. You must agree to the fine print.

Subscribe to our newsletter

Instead of showing you the super-annoying pop-ups when you are about to leave, we encourage you here at the end of the page to subscribe to our newsletter. You'll receive only the important news and usually up to 4 issues per year. Every newsletter has an unsubscribe link and you can unsubscribe at any time -- no questions asked and no follow-ups.

A valid email is required. You must agree to the fine print.
The action could not be carried out due to error {{errorMsg}}