About InteliGrid

Project no: IST-2004-004664
Funding: EU funding 2.100.000 €
Effort: 360 person months
Duration: 1.9.2004 - 28.2.2007
Partners: 9 from 6 countries
Coordinator: Univ. of Ljubljana, Prof. Žiga Turk

InteliGrid is a European research project developing grid technologies to provide an interoperability platform to engineering.

Interoperability of software, services and tools is one of the paramount problems for the engineering virtual organizations (VO). The VOs in industries like construction, shipbuilding and aerospace industries collaborate on the design, production and maintenance of advanced products that are described in complicated, structured product model databases. The InteliGrid project's hypothesis is that the collaboration platform - the semantic grid itself - must be aware of the business concepts (e.g. car, airplane, house) that the VO is addressing. The goal of this project is to create an architecture and a prototype for such an infrastructure, based on existing grid middleware and test it in the context of industries mentioned above. The project will create generic grid-related knowledge, infrastructure and toolkits that will allow for a broad transition of the advanced engineering industry towards semantic, model-based, ontology-committed collaboration on the grid. More ...

InteliGrid is a 360 person month, 3.1 MEuro project. Coordinated by the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia, the partners include Technical University Dresden from Germany, VTT from Finland, ESoCE Net from Italy, Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center from Poland, Obermeyer Planen + Beraten from Germany, Sofistik Hellas from Greece, EPM Technology from Norway and Conject AG from Germany.
 
University of Ljubljana, Faculty for Civil and Geodetic Engineering Technical University of Dresden Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center VTT Technical Research Center of Finland Obermeyer Planen + Beraten Conject AG
Sofistik Hellas EPM Technology ESoCE Net
 
updated on July 3, 2007
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