Past Projects

Go4IT Project

Go4IT was a FP6 IST project, financed by the European Commission under the 6th Framework Programme of the European Research Area. The project started in November 2005 and ended in April 2008. The project partners were made of 11 organizations coming from Europe, China and Brazil. The objectives of Go4IT are:

  • to promote and foster conformance testing oriented validation approach as well as associated technologies such as TTCN3,
  • to develop the users community of such an approach,
  • to supply a range of executable and freely accessible test services,
  • to supply the associated range of support services on a free basis,
  • to supply complementary commercial services such as certification, or consulting,
  • to set-up the environment required to develop a low cost, open and generic solution.

Our team contributed in R&D tasks of the project. Our main contribution is T3DevKit, a toolkit for simplifying the development of TTCN-3 test suites.

Anemone Project

We were member of the the Anemone project (Advanced Next gEneration Mobile Open NEtwork). This is a IST-STREP (Specific Targeted Research Project) project that started in June 1st, 2006 for a duration of 2 years. The objectives of ANEMONE were:

  • to gather and integrate in a single place all the components (i.e. latest standards in wireless access technologies, communication protocols, and applications) necessary to conduct research,development and study the feasibility of deployment of the IPv6 mobility technologies,
  • to share the partial experiences the partners of the project have on IPv6 mobility deployment in order to leverage the European IPv6 experience,
  • to provide a pan-European IPv6 mobility testbed open to the research and developer communities so that they could test and validate their new applications and services,
  • to define procedures and tools to conduct experiments, to gather results, to evaluate the performance and to validate the compliance with IETF standards,
  • to gather together a significant number of “real users” coming from different cultural and socialpopulations (students, teachers, ISP customers.).

ETSI Specialist Task Forces

We participated to several specialist task forces at the European Telecommunication Standard Institute in the protocol testing area.

  • STF 236 (Jan 2003 - May 2003) - Scope of IPv6 Testing
  • STF 256 (Nov 2003 - Aug 2004) - TTCN-3 IPv6 Test Specification Toolkit
  • STF 276 (Jan 2005 - Apr 2006) - Test Specification for IPv6 Interoperability
  • STF 370 (Feb 2009 - Oct 2010) - Standardisation of new methodology and framework for Automated Interoperability Testing of Distributed Systems
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