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UNIVERSIDAD DE MURCIA

Oblivious identitY Management for Private and User-friendly Services

  • 3 Million
  • Spain
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Oblivious identitY Management for Private and User-friendly Services
Company Name UNIVERSIDAD DE MURCIA
Funded By European Union
Country Spain , Western Europe
Project Value 3 Million
Project Detail

At first sight, privacy and strong identity seem inherently at odds. Indeed, if users are strongly identified during a transaction, then privacy is non-existent. Nevertheless, there exist mechanisms that can reconcile privacy and strong identity, either by trusting an online identity provider (IDP), or by using cryptographic mechanisms such as anonymous credentials. The former approach, made popular by technologies such as SAML, OpenID Connect, and Facebook Connect, has the disadvantage that the IDP forms a single point of failure in terms of privacy and security, because it can impersonate and track its users online. The latter approach has the disadvantage that users have to rely on trusted hardware such as smartcards to protect credentials from compromise and from illegitimate sharing. OLYMPUS will take a radically new approach offering the seamless user experience of online IDPs, but without their drawbacks. Namely, OLYMPUS will pioneer the concept of distributed oblivious identity management, where the role of the IDP is split over multiple authorities, so that no single authority can track or impersonate their users. By exploiting advanced techniques based on threshold cryptography, the OLYMPUS framework will let users maintain unlinkable identities with different service providers while using standard devices and a single password or biometric. By leveraging existing eID solutions to create a strong link to physical identities, and by integrating into existing frameworks to ease adoption by service providers, OLYMPUS will establish a secure and interoperable European identity management framework. Its practical feasibility and relevance will be demonstrated in two pilots. The first combines the framework with soft identity proofs to build a mobile driver license application that can be used for offline purchases of restricted goods. The second use case will leverage pseudonymous identification in the financial world to simplify online credit application.

Sector Services

Contact Details

Company Name UNIVERSIDAD DE MURCIA
Address AVENIDA TENIENTE FLOMESTA S/N - EDIFICIO CONVALECENCIA 30003 MURCIA Spain
Web Site https://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/214842_en.html

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INSTITUTE OF COMMUNICATION AND COMPUTER SYSTEMS

Electrified L-category Vehicles Integrated into Transport and Electricity Networks

  • 10 Million
  • Greece
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Electrified L-category Vehicles Integrated into Transport and Electricity Networks
Company Name INSTITUTE OF COMMUNICATION AND COMPUTER SYSTEMS
Funded By European union
Country Greece , Western Europe
Project Value 10 Million
Project Detail

ELVITEN will holistically tackle all issues impeding the wide market deployment of EL-Vs, by proposing replicable usage schemes to boost ownership or sharing of all categories of EL-Vs by systematic and occasional urban travellers and by light delivery companies. Existing charge points in the ELVITEN Demonstration Cities, including private ones, will be integrated in a Brokering and Booking service and EL-V charging possibilities will be integrated in the biggest eRoaming platform in the market, to enable EL-V users to charge independently from charge point operators. Sharing services will be set up and supporting policies and incentives will be put in place. ICT tools will be deployed, including a Brokering and a Booking service for EL-Vs and charge points, an EL-V fleet monitoring tool and Eco-Drive app, a Serious Game and an Incentive Management Smart Card. One-year long demonstrations with 383 equipped EL-Vs of all categories in Genoa, Rome, Bari, Malaga, Berlin and Trikala, will allow the collection of a big data bank of trip data and users experiences and opinions after the trips. The analysis will shed light on the real driving and charging patterns of EL-Vs, on reported problems encountered and on the users’ opinions and perceptions. A Cost Benefit Analysis will evaluate the potential market uptake of EL-Vs. Sustainable business models will be proposed for sharing, rental, parking or charge services for EL-Vs and for the deployed ICT tools. Guidelines to EL-V manufacturers and to Planning Authorities will be prepared and agreements will be signed with another 50 Follower Cities so that they transfer in their own regions the ELVITEN usage schemes.

Sector Electrical

Contact Details

Company Name INSTITUTE OF COMMUNICATION AND COMPUTER SYSTEMS
Address Patission Str. 42 10682 ATHINA Greece
Web Site http://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/211606_en.html

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HO CHI MINH CITY PEOPLE S COMMITTEE

Ho Chi Minh City Green Transport Development

  • 137
  • Vietnam
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Ho Chi Minh City Green Transport Development
Company Name HO CHI MINH CITY PEOPLE S COMMITTEE
Funded By worldbank
Country Vietnam , South-Eastern Asia
Project Value 137
Project Detail

The development objective of the Ho Chi Minh City Green Transport Development Project for Vietnam is to improve the performance and efficiency of public transport along a high priority corridor in Ho Chi Minh City. The project comprises of two components. The first component, bus rapid transit (BRT) corridor development will include: (a) carrying out the construction and supervision of the BRT infrastructure and facilities; (b) improvement of the traffic management system, including the modification of intersection controls and the deployment of an intelligent transport system and associated technologies; (c) development of a fare collection system, including smart cards and servers; (d) provision of BRT vehicles and fueling facilities; (e) carrying out integrated planning and urban development measures around BRT stations; (f) carrying out of marketing and public communication activities; (g) provision of support for project management; and (h) land acquisition and resettlement. The second component, institutional strengthening will include: (a) carrying out of training programs and technical support for relevant implementing agencies in project management, urban transport planning, and public transport operation including strategic support for the operation of the BRT system; (b) carrying out of monitoring and evaluation activities, including the assessment of the BRT system success on an on-going basis; (c) carrying out of feasibility and design studies for maximizing connectivity and ridership and continued development of the BRT system; and (d) carrying out of a study to develop the optimal fare structure and fare product range for the public transportation system.

Sector Urban Transport

Contact Details

Company Name HO CHI MINH CITY PEOPLE S COMMITTEE
Web Site http://projects.worldbank.org/P126507/ho-chi-minh-city-green-transport?lang=en

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