IMS Research Competition 2007

Grand Prize: Award & Nokia Siemens Networks Internships

SocoNet- A Social Campus Community Network
The idea of SoCoNet is to provide a social community network application that can be used to do all these tasks by using IMS enabled cell phones and an IMS enabled desktop application on the users PCs.

 

1st Place Category Winners

Distributed Asset Tracking (Business User Category) Extensible Triggering Services Team (IMS Enabling Category)
This project will eliminate the overhead of a centralized business unit devoted to asset management within a company. It will shift the responsibility and ownership of inventory items to the staff. Extensible Triggering Service (ETS) provides a robust method of automating the task of setting a user's presence and availability data based on a wide array of triggering events, initiated by one or more preset conditions on IMS services.
mobMedia (Yound Adults/Teens Category) Kinship (Family Category)
This mobMeida aims to do just by using the IMS framework to create a social networking application that allows users in the teen and young adult segment to socially interact with others who may be present in the same location. Kinship allows someone to capture unique and poignant moments in time, and share them with their friends, their family. Kinship allows for Camera/ IMS enables phones to share live video feeds with other mobile and internet users.

 

Honourable mentions

Family Game Suit MobileMD
The Family Game Suit is the ideal product for the youngest generation. Its broad feature set allows young cell phone users to communicate and interact in new and exciting ways. Also, it offers a number of stimulating games for users. This mobile medical application efficiently allows a family to be able to communicate with their doctors and setting up an appointment if necessary. Ways of communicate will include video conferencing, text and picture messaging.
Shibuya Star Business Users
This is a collaborative, mapping-enhanced, location-aware 3G wireless IMS software application for GPS-enabled PDAs, that provides the ultimate empowing technology for instant mobs- haphazardly formed groups of people. Leveraging IMS integration, this application will allow businesses greater access to information about their operations and organization. It will improve the wireless providers value to its customers, increase revenues.
Mobile Parental Control Whereabouts
This is a collaborative, mapping-enhanced, location-aware 3G wireless IMS software application for GPS-enabled PDAs, that provides the ultimate empowing technology for instant mobs- haphazardly formed groups of people. Three main factors play into the commercial viability and attractiveness of whereabouts for the mobile phone: the strong market support; the flexible revenue possibilities; the capability of established mobile networks.