The NOMAD project deals with the integration of location aware service discovery mechanisms, handover procedures and service/user profiling, by developing technology that allows users to freely roam across existing and future network infrastructures.
Please read, about our mission statement, our project's anticipated results and the key technical issues that we shall address, during the project's lifecycle.
UoB-NOMAD-GUI 0.1 Software Release
UoB-NOMAD-GUI 0.1 is a graphical user interface, which provides status information of currently active instances of UoB-NOMAD-0.11. This is released under GPL. This GUI consists of 2 components, one that shows status information of an agent and the other showing client status information.
Two new sites relating to standardization in the area of Internet Mobility support and Mobile Ad-Hoc networking were launched in October 2003 by UoBR. These sites are dedicated to the discussion and publication of open source S/W, papers, proposed standards, etc.
The NOMAD consortium demonstrated live on the 29.10.2003 the first prototype of the Integrated Network Platform together with the Service Location middleware and the high-accuracy Positioning Information module. Everyone is invited to attend.
on draft-nomad-mobileip-filters-05 at the mip4 BOF,
58th IETF - Minneapolis, MN, USA.
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Official public release under the GPL of UoB-JAdhoc-0.1; a Java implementation of the AODV protocol compliant to RFC3561 with support for both IPv4 and IPv6.
Official public release under the Sun Public Licence (SPL) of the UoB-NOMAD-0.10; an implementation of the NOMAD protocol based on the Sun Labs MobileIP compliant to draft-nomad-mobileip-filters-05. It enables mobile nodes to associate one or more Filters with mobility bindings during registration. Flows that match a Filter will be processed as defined by the Filter. In this manner, it is possible for a mobile node to distribute flows or packets of a flow among its available points of attachment, or to request that such flows are dropped before reaching the mobile node.
The User Requirements Survey, in context of WP1 has finished! Would you like to see the CeBIT Results?
Please find here the Newsletter No. 1, the Newsletter No. 2 and the Newsletter No. 3