Organized by TAU and ATOS, the 1st Benchmarking Workshop of MARVEL took place remotely on January 25, 2022, with more than 30 participants from the 17 organisations of the consortium.
MARVEL is organizing the “Edge-Fog-Cloud Machine Learning for Smart Cities Applications” a Special Session at the EUSIPCO 2022. The aim of this special session is to bring together and disseminate state-of-the-art research contributions that address Edge-to-fog-to-cloud (E2F2C) processing in the context of smart cities, including the analysis and design of novel algorithms and methodologies, innovative smart cities applications with E2F2C processing, and enabling technologies, etc. Please consider submitting your latest research in the topic.
MARVEL Newsletter - Vol. 3 - Sept - Dec 2021Multimodal Extreme Scale Data Analytics for Smart Cities EnvironmentsRead more 1 Year MARVEL! It's been already one whole year since the MARVEL project…
The MARVEL MVP Info Day is an online event for public authorities, Traffic Managers, Law Enforcement Agencies, data scientists, engineers, architects, technical project managers and other people who are focused on smart city technologies, products and services.
Modeling various aspects that make a music piece unique is a challenging task, requiring the combination of multiple sources of information. Deep learning is commonly used to obtain representations using various sources of information, such as the audio, interactions between users and songs, or associated genre metadata.
MARVEL Newsletter - Vol. 2 - May - Aug 2021Multimodal Extreme Scale Data Analytics for Smart Cities EnvironmentsRead more Let's make cities and the citizens' lives better! Welcome to the…
MARVEL Newsletter - Vol. 1 - Jan - Mar 2021Multimodal Extreme Scale Data Analytics for Smart Cities EnvironmentsRead more Big Data technologies at the service of the citizens! Welcome to…
he Internet of Things (IoT) and smart city paradigm includes ubiquitous technology to extract context information in order to return useful services to users and citizens. An essential role in this scenario is often played by computer vision applications, requiring the acquisition of images from specific devices.
The Living-in.eu initiative for boosting sustainable digital transformation in cities and communities in the EU was introduced in 2019. Supported by the European Commission and the European Committee of the Regions, it is a platform to cope with the aforementioned challenges and utilizing digital solutions to make the cities climate neutral and work together on societal challenges in a ‘European Way’.
The MARVEL project on Multimodal Extreme Scale Data Analytics for Smart Cities environments was virtually kicked off on January 18-19, 2021 with 50 participants from 17 organisations, numerous presentations, discussions, questions and exciting ideas!