Projects

Ongoing Projects


TIP

TIP: Telecom Infra Project

Contribution:
Web:
Consortium:
Pablo Pavón-Mariño, Open Optical Packet Transport (OOPT) – Photonics Simulation Engine (PSE) Architecture Coordinator
https://telecominfraproject.com
https://telecominfraproject.com/members/

The Telecom Infra Project (TIP) is an engineering-focused initiative driven by operators, infrastructure providers, system integrators, and other technology companies that aim to reimagine the traditional approach to building and deploying telecom network infrastructure.
INSPIRING-SNI

INSPIRING-SNI: INvestigating SDN Programmability ImpRovING optical South- and North- bound Interfaces

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Duration of the Project:
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Pablo Pavón-Mariño(IP)
MSCA-IF-EF-ST – Standard EF (ID 750611)
from 01/03/2018 to 29/02/2020
http://girtel.upct.es/projects/inspiringsni

INvestigating SDN Programmability ImpRovING optical South- and North- bound Interfaces (INSPIRING-SNI) aims to enhance programmability in SDN ecosystems addressing two critical aspects. First, INSPIRING-SNI will control, manage and operate technology diverse environments through the SouthBound Interface (SBI) relying on innovative industry-driven standardization initiatives such as OpenROADM and the expertise of Dr. Garrich in experimental SDN applications for optical networks. Second, INSPIRING-SNI will develop an optimization-as-a-service (OaaS) framework for dynamic optimisation of multilayer backbone/metro networks (IP over optical) jointly with metro/access segments via the NorthBound Interface (NBI), greatly widening Dr. Garrich’s background and empowering his career perspectives. The OaaS framework will be based on the open-source network planning tool Net2Plan, developed within the host group, that is receiving a growing international attention and funding from industry and academia. INSPIRING-SNI will include a strategic inter-sectorial secondment at TID to experimentally validate the SBI and NBI proposals and to provide to the host and Dr. Garrich a realistic perspective on telecom operator needs and challenges.
INSPIRING-SNI is in-line with an expression of interest of the host institution and EU Research and Innovation effort on ICT.

METRO-HAUL

METRO-HAUL: METRO High bandwidth, 5G Application-aware optical network, with edge storage, compUte and low Latency

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Consortium:
Pablo Pavón-Mariño (UPCT, 3rd party UPC), Bristish Telecom (Global IP)

from 01/06/2017 to 31/05/2020
https://5g-ppp.eu/metro-haul/
Bristish Telecom, Telecom Italia, Telefónica, CTTC, UPC, UPCT, University of Bristol, CNIT, NAUDIT, OpenLighComm, Lexden Technologies, Zeetta Networks, Franhoufer HII, Tech Univesrity Eindhoven, Coriant Portugal, Ericsson, Polytechnic University of Milan, ADVA, Nokia, Ol Dog Consulting, SeeTec

The overall Metro-Haul objective is to architect and design cost-effective, energy-efficient, agile and programmable metro networks that are scalable for 5G access and future requirements, encompassing the design of all-optical metro nodes (including full compute and storage capabilities), which interface effectively with both 5G access and multi-Tbit/s elastic core networks.
Metro-Haul has taken the 5G KPIs and already determined their implication for the optical network with these 5 targets: (i) 100 x more 5G capacity supported over the same optical fibre infrastructure, (ii) 10 times less energy consumption, (iii) Latency-aware metro network in which latency-sensitive slices are handled at the metro edge ensuring the metro network adds no additional latency, (iv) End to end SDN-based management framework enabling fast configuration time to set up or reconfigure services handling 5G applications, specifically 1 minute for simple network path set-up and 10 minutes for full installation of a new VNF and 1 hour for setting up a new virtual network slice and (v) reduction in CAPEX of a factor of 10, plus a reduction in OPEX of at least 20%.

IN4WOOD-Industry 4.0 for wood and furniture manufacturers

IN4WOOD-Industry 4.0 for wood and furniture manufacturers

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Duration of the Project:
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Consortium:
Maria-Victoria Bueno Delgado (UPCT), CETEM (Global IP)
575853-EPP-1-2016-1-ES-EPPKA2-SSA
from November 2016 to October 2019
http://in4wood.eu
CETEM (Spain), EURADA (Belgium), CSM (Italy), BFM (UK), ION TECHNOLOGIES (UK) INDRA (Spain), iVTH (Germany), Pildorea (Spain), KIT (Germany), UPCT (Spain), OAL (UK), SSSA (Italy), SEF-Murcia (Spain),
IN4WOOD is focused on developing a training itinerary adapted to the demands of the growing Industry 4.0 in e-commerce, robotics, 3D printing, RFID sensors, modeling and simulation of products, cybersecurity, internet of things and advanced management systems. The results to achieve are: (i) To train production managers and managers of factories in the sector with the appropriate skills to lead the digitization of the factories and turn them into factories of the future and thus improve the conditions for the creation of quality employment. It will be carried out by promoting a better anticipation of ICT needs and developing a better match between skills and the needs of the labor market. (ii) To develop a comprehensive training guide for the implantation and management of factories of the future by dividing the main areas of knowledge into about 300 three-minute audio-visual pills along with motivational techniques for completing the course.

ONOFRE: Optical Networks Convergence in the Future Internet

ONOFRE: Optical Networks Convergence in the Future Internet

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Duration of the Project:
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Consortium:
Pablo Pavón-Mariño
TEC2014-53071-C3-1-P
from January 2015 to December 2017
http://girtel.upct.es/projects/onofre
Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena (Spain), Universidad de Valladolid (Spain), Fundación i2CAT (Spain)
ONOFRE project is focused on an access/metro network convergent design, investigating the effects of NGPON2 and NGPON3 evolutions. Dynamic Bandwidth Allocation (DBA) mechanisms are studied in depth, analyzing how QoS and clock synchronization requirements constraint the network design. Another goal is to investigate on-demand resource allocation schemes that behave efficiently under high traffic variability scenarios in the ROADM-based multilayer optical metro. Moreover in ONOFRE project we seek on implementing an OpenFlow (SDN) framework for a converged access/metro control plane suitable for this scenario.

“Elastics Networks: Nuevos paradigmas de Redes Elásticas para un mundo radicalmente basado en Cloud y Fog Computing”

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Duration of the Project:
Web:
Consortium:
Pablo Pavón-Mariño (UPCT), David Larrabeiti-López (Global PI)
TEC2015-71932-REDT
from October 2015 to October 2017
https://elasticnetworks.org/
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M), Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena (UPCT), Universidad Politécnica de Cataluña (UPC-CCABA, UPC-CRAAX), Universidad de Valladolid (UVA), Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM), Universidad Politécnica de Valencia (UPV), Universitat de Girona (UdG), Centro Tecnológico de Telecomunicaciones de Cataluña (CTTC), Universidad Antonio de Nebrija (UAN).

“Evaluation of Plastic Fibers implementation and Wireless Optical Networks in unique environments”

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Duration of the Project:
Consortium:
Pablo Pavón-Mariño
from October 2013 to October 2018
Universidad Politecnica de Cartagena (Spain), Gestípolis (Spain)

“Implementation feasibility study of NFC-based value-added services in El Batel Auditorium”

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Duration of the Project:
Consortium:
María Victoria Bueno Delgado
from October 2013 to October 2017
Universidad Politecnica de Cartagena (Spain), Gestípolis (Spain)

 

Past projects

“Preliminary design and development of a Net2Plan extension for planning and simulation in the Brazil Air Traffic Network”

PI:
Duration of the Project:
Consortium:
Pablo Pavón-Mariño
from January 2016 to February 2016
Universidad Politecnica de Cartagena (Spain), Frequentis AG (Austria)

“Performance and feasibility evaluation of an RFID system in El Batel Auditorium”

PI:
Duration of the Project:
Consortium:
María Victoria Bueno Delgado
from August 2013 to July 2015
Universidad Politecnica de Cartagena (Spain), Gestípolis (Spain)

Experimental development of a new achievement highly scalable worldwide Services Platform Interactive Content, in real time and in Cloud, social recommendation based on predictive analysis of Big Data and QoE (PERSEO)

Perseo: “Experimental development of a new achievement highly scalable worldwide Services Platform Interactive Content, in real time and in Cloud, social recommendation based on predictive analysis of Big Data and QoE”

PI:
Duration of the Project:
Consortium:
Pablo Pavón-Mariño
from September 2014 to December 2014
Aire Networks (Spain), Universidad Politecnica de Cartagena (Spain)

PERSEO is an experimental development to achieve an innovative service platform highly scalable Interactive Content, in real-time and in Cloud, social recommendation based on predictive analysis of Big Data and QoE. It  delivers a new architecture and formalized integrated network models services that support contents with high satisfaction user experience (QoS). Based on a scalable cloud platform, PERSEO will enable experimental proposal solutions. PERSEO IP Multimedia Systems (IMS) supports multimedia Content Management System (MCMS) for a dynamic adaptation between layers to optimize the user experience in terms of perceived quality (QoS) of multimedia services (such as VoIP or IPTV).


FIERRO: Eficiencia en las Redes de Altas Prestaciones

FIERRO: “Eficiencia en las Redes de Altas Prestaciones”

PI:
Duration of the Project:
Consortium:
Pablo Pavón-Mariño (subproject UPCT)
from May 2011 to September 2012
Universidad Politecnica de Cartagena (coordinator) and 20 Universities and Spanish Research Centers

FIERRO is a Thematic Network that brings together 21 Universities, Research Centers and Spanish companies, which investigate the technological challenges in high-performance IP networks in the Future Internet. This is, high-speed networks with traffic aggregates above 10 Gbps.


BONE: Building the future Optical Network in Europe. The e-PHOTON/ONE Network

BONE: “Building the future Optical Network in Europe. The e-PHOTON/ONE Network”

PI:
Duration of the Project:
Consortium:
Pablo Pavón-Mariño (subproject UPCT)
from January 2008 to February 2011
49 European Universities, Resarch Centers and Companies working in the field of optical switching and technology.

The core activity of the BONE-project is the stimulation of intensified collaboration, exchange of researchers and integration of activities and know-how into and amongst partners. Through the establishment of Virtual Centres of Excellence, the BONE-project looks into the future and builds and supports the final “Network of the Future” through education & training, research tools & testlabs on new technologies & architectures. The leading-edge position of European Research in the field and, consequently, of European industry, could be threatened by returning to an uncoordinated and scattered approach to optical networking research.


European Union Cost Action IC0806, Intelligent Monitoring, Control and Security of Critical Infrastructure Systems (IntelliCIS)

European Union Cost Action IC0806, “Intelligent Monitoring, Control and Security of Critical Infrastructure Systems” (IntelliCIS)

PI:
Duration of the Project:
Pablo Pavón-Mariño
from 2009 to 2012

IntelliCIS COST Action concentrates in the areas of computational intelligence and autonomous agents, with specific emphasis on the application of these methodologies in monitoring and controlling large-scale distributed complex systems. This will be achieved by the development of innovative techniques and algorithms for fault tolerant operation of critical infrastructures and their evaluation by theoretical analysis and simulation.


SAFE: “A Security Planning Framework for Optical Networks”

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Duration of the Project:
Consortium:
Pablo Pavón-Mariño (subproject UPCT)
from October 2009 to September 2011
University of Zagreb (Croatia), Universidad Politecnica de Cartagena (Spain), The Royal Institute of Technology KTH/ICT (Sweden), The Athens Information Technology (Greece)

This project investigates a novel approach to optical networks security. While most existing prevention measures are hardware-oriented, our goal is to achieve significant prevention measures without the need for specialized equipment, i.e. at minimal extra cost, through careful network planning. The idea is to consider the potential consequences of various physical-layer attacks, faults and security threats (e.g., power jamming, fiber cuts, eavesdropping) and optimize the set of optical connections to minimize the possible service disruption which can be caused in case of such scenarios.


Other past projects

In the past, members of GIRTEL participated as researchers in other projects, under the Telematics Engineering Group. A list of them is shown below.

Projects in public competitive calls:
  • CALM: Characterization, Evaluation, Planning and Improvement of Key Technologies for the Future Internet: Knowledge and Transfer.
  • COPA-Ing: Conceptos y Paradigmas Avanzados para Internet de Nueva Generación.
  • FORMA: Formación del personal cualificado y herramientas y procesos telemáticos de valor añadido en el ámbito del supercomputador Ben Arabí de la Región de Murcia.
  • Redes Multinivel: IP sobre Redes de Transporte.
  • SAETA: : Sistema Autónomo para el Entrenamiento personalizado de atletas basado en Técnicas de Aprendizaje máquina e inteligencia ambiental.
  • SERPA: Contribuciones al estudio del desempeño, coexistencia y mejora de Sistemas de identificación por Radiofrecuencia Pasivos y Activos para la trazabilidad de activos reutilizables.
  • CON-PARTE: Contribución a los nuevos Paradigmas y Tecnologías de Red Para las Comunicaciones del mañana.
  • m-Ciudad.
  • ELISA: Entorno de Localización Inteligente para Servicios Asistidos.
  • PIRAMIDE: Personalizable Interactions with Resources on AMI-Enabled Mobile Dynamic.
  • Red Temática de Gestión de Redes IP orientadas a Circuitos Virtuales.
  • Red Temática de Gestión de Redes IP orientadas a Circuitos Virtuales (MPLS-GMPLS).
  • ARPaq: Avances en Redes Ópticas de Conmutación de Paquetes.
  • Diseño, Desarrollo e Integración de Tecnologías de Conmutación de Banda Ancha. Subproyecto 02: Multipunto, Tecnicas de crecimiento, Evaluación de Sistema.
  • PRIME-IP: Presentación de la Información Multimedia en Tiempo Real Utilizando Entornos de Distribución Multicast con Calidad de Servicio en Redes IP.
Projects supported by contracts with private companies:
  • Evaluación de la pérdida de capacidad de la red 3G de un operador debido a emisiones interferentes.
  • e-Policia con sistema GPS para seguridad ciudadana.
  • mIO: Tecnologías para prestar servicios en movilidad en el futuro universo inteligente.
  • SIRA: Sistemas de Identificación por Radiofrecuencia Activos avanzados para el sector público murciano.
  • Curso Network Optimization.
  • Mejora del proceso productivo del Sistema ECOMOVISTAND mediante la aplcación de la Tecnología RFID Activa.
  • Seguimiento y control de flotas para PYMES de transporte.
  • PACU: Configuración de un Servidor de datos para la Gestión del Patrimonio Cultural de los Sistemas de Defensa del litoral del Mediterraneo.
  • SAM: Servidores y Aplicaciones Multicast.
  • GECOM: Proyecto de Investigación para la Gestión de Equipos de Comunicaciones de la Red de Interconexión Institucional de la Región de Murcia.
  • EASI-MUR: Proyecto de Investigación para el estudio y análisis del tráfico y servicios IP en la Red de Telecomunicación Institucional de la Región de Murcia. Impacto de Internet en la Sociedad de la Información.

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