MWC 2013: FAME and friends demonstrate how privacy and safety for ‘clearly connected’ devices is possible

News from Feb. 22, 2013

At Mobile World Congress 2013 in Barcelona, the international webinos project – with FOKUS Competence Center FAME as project coordinator - demonstrates how open source technology ensures privacy and safety for connected devices, and puts you in control of your data.

File ShareSecurity and privacy are at the heart of webinos. For that reason, the demos being shown use an “open” private cloud model for connecting all devices, large and small. Furthermore, the visitors of the booth will learn about the “Personal Data Gateway” which allows consumers to take explicit control over their data and their devices. A set of open protocols to ensure maximum interoperability and avoid lock-in to suppliers, as well as a set of powerful APIs that allow Web-based applications to fully integrate with the target devices (TV, Car or Mobile) are important components of the demo. The open source code Web platform itself is running on Arduino, Mac, PC, Linux and Android, and across all device types.

Location: Fira Gran Via, Barcelona (Spain)
Dates: February 25 - 28, 2013
Booth #1: W3C booth 8.1 H49
Booth #2: Mobile Monday Athens' booth 8.1 K30 (Greek pavilion)