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    305305==== International SDX ====
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    307  The Software Defined Exchange (SDX) is a recently defined concept that is motivated by the need of applications to, via software programs, dynamically acquire and control network, computation and storage resources. An SDX is a meeting place where resource owners (e.g., cloud or network operators) advertise the availability of their wares and where applications go to identify, pay for and acquire resources to support their needs. These needs may change over time and the SDX supports such dynamic reconfiguration. In effect the SDX allows applications to acquire a software defined “Slice” of the Internet and resources that are connected to it. It is a traditional market bringing together sellers and buyers of goods. Its availability will democratize the ability of new applications to compete in a variety of markets served by different resource providers. The SDX together with “slicing” and “software defined infrastructure” have the potential to revolutionize the Internet and to enable an exciting new generation of applications. Of course, this very high level description belies the complex financial, policy, security and technical problems that must be overcome to fully realize the potential of the SDX. Prototype SDXs are now being established to explore and address these problems in a collaborative atmosphere.
     306''This demos shows working prototypes of Software Defined Exchanges operating in the US and Europe.  Visit us if you are interested in emerging Internet architecture and specifically in Software Defined Networks and Infrastructure.''
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     308 The Software Defined Exchange (SDX) is a recently defined concept that is motivated by the need of applications to, via software programs, dynamically acquire and control network, computation and storage resources. An SDX is a meeting place where resource owners (e.g., cloud or network operators) advertise the availability of their wares and where applications go to identify, pay for and acquire resources to support their needs. These needs may change over time, and the SDX supports such dynamic reconfiguration. In effect, the SDX allows applications to acquire a software defined “slice” of the Internet and resources that are connected to it. It is a traditional market bringing together sellers and buyers of goods. Its availability will democratize the ability of new applications to compete in a variety of markets served by different resource providers. The SDX, together with “slicing” and “software defined infrastructure,” have the potential to revolutionize the Internet and to enable an exciting new generation of applications. Of course, this very high level description belies the complex financial, policy, security and technical problems that must be overcome to fully realize the potential of the SDX. Prototype SDXs are now being established to explore and address these problems in a collaborative atmosphere.
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    315316==== Upscaling your experiments by using International Federation of testbeds ====
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    317 This demo will show what the strength is of international federation of testbeds. We will demonstrate the current international federation in production (='what a student can use today ?') by building large international topologies on existing testbeds. We will demonstrate the possibility of provisioning and controlling experiments with 1000+ international resources, based on resources in GENI (US), Fed4FIRE (EU) and VNode (Japan).
    318 This is all possible by implementing the same APIs on testbeds and tools over the globe.
     317''This demo shows current production quality international world-wide federation of testbeds.  Visit us to learn about large international testbed topologies for future internet research.''
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     319This demo will show the strength of international federation of testbeds. We will demonstrate the current international federation in production (=what a student can use today) by building large international topologies on existing testbeds. We will demonstrate the possibility of provisioning and controlling experiments with 1000+ international resources, based on resources in GENI (US), Fed4FIRE (EU) and VNode (Japan).  This demo is made possible by implementing the same APIs on testbeds and tools all over the globe.
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    320321Participants:
    321322  * Brecht Vermeulen, brecht.vermeulen@iminds.be, iMinds/Ghent Univ.
    322   * Max Ott, max.ott@nicta.com.au, Nicta
     323  * Max Ott, max.ott@nicta.com.au, NICTA
    323324  * Rob Ricci,  ricci@cs.utah.edu, Univ. of Utah
    324   * Ilya Baldin, ibaldin@renci.org, Renci
     325  * Ilya Baldin, ibaldin@renci.org, RENCI
    325326  * Akihiro Nakao,  nakao@iii.u-tokyo.ac.jp, Univ. of Tokyo
    326327  * Toshiaki Tarui,  toshiaki.tarui.my@hitachi.com, Hitachi
    327328  * Mike Zink,  zink@cs.umass.edu, Univ. of Massachusetts
    328   * Ivan Seskar, Seskar@winlab.rutgers.edu, Univ. of New Jersey
     329  * Ivan Seskar, Seskar@winlab.rutgers.edu, Rutgers Univ.
    329330  * Niky Riga, nriga@bbn.com, GENI Project Office
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    332332=== Wireless Networks and Applications ===
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    334334==== Vehicular Sensing and Control ====
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    336 In this demo, two vehicles equipped with virtualized vehicular sensing and control (VSC) platforms are collecting real time sensing data while driving around Detroit midtown. Through the WSU GENI WiMAX network and GENI VLAN, the sensed data are send to different users and are used to serve their various experiments, emulations, or real-world applications such as vehicle fuel economy sensing, real-time 3D reconstruction of images. In particular, we will demonstrate that VSC network emulation executes in the ExoGENI racks to show the impact of novel solutions from NSF-funded research such as those on reliable, real-time wireless communication.
     335''This demo shows our latest observations and results using an open-innovation platform and experimentation methodologies for connected and automated vehicles.  Visit us if you are interested in vehicular sensing and control (VSC) networking, high-fidelity, at-scale emulation, and cutting-edge research with GENI resources.''
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     337In this demo, two vehicles equipped with virtualized vehicular sensing and control (VSC) platforms are collecting real time sensing data while driving around Detroit midtown. Through the WSU GENI WiMAX network and GENI VLAN, the sensed data are sent to different users for various experiments, emulations, or real-world applications such as vehicle fuel economy sensing, and real-time 3D image reconstruction. In particular, we will demonstrate that VSC network emulation executes in ExoGENI racks to show the impact of novel solutions from NSF-funded research on reliable, real-time wireless communication.
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    341342==== Supporting Emerging Connected Vehicle Applications with GENI/Wireless and SDN ====
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    343 By the end of the decade, it is expected that the US Department of Transportation (DOT) will require all new vehicles to be capable of communicating with other vehicles and roadside infrastructure through wireless communications. The primary motivation of connected vehicles (CV) envisioned by the US DOT is to reduce the number of crashes that cost more than 30,000 lives every year on US highways. The crash avoidance applications supported by vehicle to vehicle (V2V) and vehicle to infrastructure (V2I) connectivity exchange safety critical information such as speed, location and direction of movement to assess the crash risk based on the proximity of vehicles. In this demo, we will show how to exploit the GENI Wireless and Cloud resources and SDN to enhance the connected vehicle applications. Particularly, we will build a testbed along a segment of I-85 near Clemson ICAR campus. GENI WiMAX has already covered that segment of interstate. We will further build DSRC enabled RSUs along the road for vehicles to access. On-board units with both WiMAX and DSRC interfaces will be equipped on testing vehicles.
     343''This demo shows how wireless (particularly GENI WIMAX/LTE), cloud, and SDN resources in GENI work together to enhance the connected vehicle applications originally designed with dedicated short range communication (DSRC) units.  Visit us if you are interested in emerging connected vehicle networks and applications.''
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     345By the end of the decade, it is expected that the US Department of Transportation (DOT) will require all new vehicles to be capable of communicating with other vehicles and roadside infrastructure through wireless communications. The primary motivation of connected vehicles (CV) envisioned by the US DOT is to reduce the number of crashes, which cost more than 30,000 lives every year on US highways. The crash avoidance applications supported by vehicle to vehicle (V2V) and vehicle to infrastructure (V2I) connectivity exchange safety critical information such as speed, location and direction of movement to assess crash risk based on the proximity of vehicles. In this demo, we will show how to exploit GENI wireless and cloud resources and SDN to enhance connected vehicle applications. Particularly, we will build a testbed along a segment of I-85 near Clemson's ICAR campus. GENI WiMAX has already covered that segment of interstate. We will further build DSRC enabled RSUs along the road for vehicles to access. On-board units with both WiMAX and DSRC interfaces will be equipped on testing vehicles.
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    352354==== GENI Enabling an Ecological Science Community ====
     355*''This demo shows how UWM uses GENI WiMAX to support ecological field research and classes.  Visit us to see how ecologists and network scientists collaborate.''
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    354357The University of Wisconsin-Madison's GENI WiMAX installations have extended to the Kemp Natural Resource Station in northern Wisconsin. We are GENI enabling the research facility of ecology students and field classes for research connectivity out in the forest and lake areas. This demo shows the current infrastructure, planned research sites, and video coverage at Kemp.
     
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    359362==== Paradrop ====
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    361 We will demo the Paradrop Platform, which is a software platform that allows developers to launch applications onto specialized Access Points that exist in the home. This provides the ability to introduce unique control and high quality value adds onto services the end-user chooses to use in their home including applications related to Internet of Things, high-definition media content distribution, and others. For this demo, we will showcase the Platform's ability to dynamically launch and control virtual machines that are running within the Access Point for a few specific services.
     363''This demo shows a software platform for home wireless access point applications.  Visit us if you're interested in new services for home networks.'
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     365We will demo the Paradrop Platform, which is a software platform that allows developers to launch applications onto specialized Access Points that exist in the home. This provides the ability to introduce unique control and high quality value adds onto services the end-user chooses to use in their home, including applications related to Internet of Things, high-definition media content distribution, and others. For this demo, we will showcase the Platform's ability to dynamically launch and control virtual machines that are running within the Access Point for a few specific services.
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    366370==== Live Transcoding ====
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    368 The WiNGS lab is working to set up a city wide testbed utilizing WiMAX base stations for connectivity to many client devices. This demo shows our drone we use to transcode live video we send over the WiMAX connection. We are looking at using this technology to assist emergency response vehicles with real time updates while they are on route.
     371''This demo shows a drone that sends live video over a WiMAX connection.  Visit us if you're interested in city testbeds and emergency services.''
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     373The WiNGS lab is working to set up a city-wide testbed utilizing WiMAX base stations for connectivity to many client devices. This demo shows a drone we use to transcode live video we send over the WiMAX connection. We are looking at using this technology to assist emergency response vehicles with real-time updates while they are enroute.
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