Stefan Arbanowski

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In the last couple of years, huge research effort has been spent focusing on the realization of wireless sensor networks, especially in the area of radio interface efficiency, power consumption, ad-hoc networking, routing etc. In this paper we would like to focus on how sensors/ actuators and sensor networks can be integrated into the Internet and therefore(More)
The acceptance of next-generation mobile communication systems depends to a large extent on the services and applications that can be offered to customers. Tailoring the services to actual user needs is here considered to be crucial for the success of future wireless technology. The individual user, “I,” has to be put in the center of service provisioning.(More)
The convergence of embedded systems and wireless communication enables interconnection of electronic devices to render control and provide information to the user. Offices, apartments, and public spaces are or in near future will be able to deliver information and services to their occupants ranging from instant Internet access to configuration and control(More)
In the last few years, a variety of concepts for service integration and corresponding systems have been developed. On the one hand, they aim for the interworking and integration of classical telecommunications and data communications services. On the other, they are focusing on universal service access from a variety of end-user systems. Many of the(More)
Quadruple play can be understood as the provisioning of high-speed voice, video (live broadcast or on demand services, such as video on demand), and data services over broadband connections with mobility support. Currently, there are several trials of the IP multimedia subsystem deployed worldwide that promise to provide telecommunication and advanced(More)
The growing demand for video streaming over the Web has increased the importance of the recently published MPEG standard Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP (MPEG-DASH). With MPEG-DASH, video delivery will be harmonized across the Internet by enabling consumption and transport of adaptive bitrate content. Future opportunities that come with this(More)
In this paper a proof of concept infrastructure for the delivery of IMS-based IPTV services driven by the IPTV enabled FOKUS open IMS infrastructure was presented. As the different standard development organizations (SDOs) will release frameworks for standardized IPTV by the end of this year the FOKUS Media Interoperability Lab (MIL) represents one of the(More)
Environment-aware Applications and Mobile Communications have proven significant relevance for future telecommunications and computing. This poster describes an approach to integrate heterogeneous off-the-shelf technology to fulfill the demands of environment-aware applications. The integration has been done employing a CORBA based middleware. That gave us(More)