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  2. 2. TO LEARN MORE, VISIT US-IGNITE.ORG US_IGNITE FACEBOOK.COM/USIGNITE2 Hello and welcome to the second annual US Ignite Application Summit! We are excited to have you here to see and share the progress our community has made in the development and deployment of next- generation applications. Over the past year, our community has made great strides toward our goal of 60 transformative apps and 200 community testbeds, and we could not have done it without you. We know the best way to learn about the impact of next-generation technologies is to spend time with the people who are actually working with them. This Application Summit provides a unique opportunity to learn and share with our peers. Over the next few days, we will have the opportunity to experience these next-generation applications firsthand, attend hands-on workshops, and hear from leaders in our community such as the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the National Science Foundation (NSF), Orange Silicon Valley, Google, ON.Lab, and more. Please blog and tweet while at the Application Summit and mention #appsummit14 and @US_Ignite so that others can learn about our community. Throughout the summit, I ask you to stay engaged, add new ideas and help us shape the future of advanced networks to transform how we live, work, learn and play. Finally, a big thank you to our partner Juniper Networks for hosting the Application Summit at the Juniper Aspiration Dome! We are very excited to be here and look forward to the next few days together. Onward to the next-generation, Bill Wallace Executive Director, US Ignite WELCOME LETTER Create Your Profile on US Ignite’s New Community Exchange Gain Access to Exclusive Resources and Information Dedicated to Next-generation Technologies US-IGNITE.ORG
  3. 3. TO LEARN MORE, VISIT US-IGNITE.ORG US_IGNITE FACEBOOK.COM/USIGNITE 3 MAP SHUTTLE BUS SCHEDULE “Hilton” is Hilton Santa Clara • “Country Inn” is CountryInn and Suites, Sunnyvale • “Juniper Dome” is Juniper Aspiration Dome Friday, June 27 7:30 - 9:30am Hotel loop Hilton, Country Inn, and Juniper Building A&B 11:00am - 1:00pm Reverse Hotel Loop Juniper A&B, Country Inn, Hilton Thursday, June 26 8:00 - 10:00am Hotel loop Hilton, Country Inn, and Juniper Dome 4:30pm Bus from Juniper Dome to Computer History Museum 5:00 - 7:00pm Reverse Hotel Loop Computer History Museum, Juniper Dome, Country Inn, Hilton Wednesday, June 25 8:00 - 10:00am Hotel loop Hilton, Country Inn, and Juniper Dome 5:00 - 7:00pm Reverse Hotel Loop Juniper Dome, Faz Restaurant (Sheraton), Country Inn, Hilton Tuesday, June 24 12:00pm Bus from GEC at UC Davis to Juniper Dome 12:00 - 2:00pm Hotel loop Hilton, Country Inn, and Juniper Dome 6:00 - 8:00pm Reverse Hotel Loop Juniper Dome, Faz Restaurant (Sheraton), Country Inn, Hilton
  4. 4. TO LEARN MORE, VISIT US-IGNITE.ORG US_IGNITE FACEBOOK.COM/USIGNITE4 Big Data at the Edge: Moving Big Data to and from the End User Break Collaboration: Closing the Virtual Distance Hosted by Joe Mambretti, iCAIR Lunch and App Expo Visit the App Expo in the Aspiration Dome and the exciting Juniper demos (Building A, 1st Floor, Aristotle Room) Afternoon Announcements AGENDA AT A GLANCE Unless otherwise noted, all events are in the Juniper Aspiration Dome 1081 Innovation Way, Sunnyvale, CA, 94089 1:00pm 1:45 - 2:45pm 2:45 - 3:45pm 3:45 - 4:15pm 4:15 - 5:15pm 6:00 - 8:00pm Welcome and Introductions Breakout Session 1: Breakout Session 2: Break Breakout Session 3: Welcome Happy Hour at Faz Restaurant Sheraton Hotel - 1100 N Mathilda Ave, Sunnyvale Glenn Ricart, US Ignite Bar-camp style educational sessions (Juniper Dome and Oprah Room - Building A, 7th Floor) Bar-camp style educational sessions (Juniper Dome and Oprah Room - Building A, 7th Floor) Bar-camp style educational sessions (Juniper Dome and Oprah Room - Building A, 7th Floor) Day 1: Tuesday, June 24 Education Day Workshop: Extreme SDN Innovation Challenge Da Vinci Room - Building B 4th Floor Pre- Registration Required 10:00 - 11:00am 11:00 - 11:30am 11:30 - 12:30pm 12:30 - 3:00pm 3:00 - 3:15pm 3:15 - 4:15pm Day 2: Wednesday, June 25 Showcase & App Expo Day (Continued) THRIVE: Timely Health indicators using Remote sensing & Innovation for the Vitality of the Environment Cyber Security As A Service Looking for a Needle in the Video Haystack Children’s Mercy Hospital with BriefCase Health and SightDeck Collaborative Virtual Reality Surgical Simulator for Orthopedic Surgery Software Lending Library Virtual World Framework: A Foundation for the Augmented Conversation Chris Greer, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Breakfast and Registration Welcome, Greetings and Keynotes 8:30 - 9:00am 9:00 - 10:00am Day 2: Wednesday, June 25 Showcase & App Expo Day Welcome by William Wallace, US Ignite Greeting by Mike Marcellin, Juniper Networks Greeting by Keith Marzullo, National Science Foundation (NSF) “The Internet You Want” by Glenn Ricart, US Ignite Panel Discussion: US Ignite Communities Making News Research Triangle, NC - Tracy Futhey & Elise Kohn, NCNGN San Leandro, CA - Debbie Acosta, City of San Leandro & Pat Kennedy, OSIsoft Burlington, VT - Stephen Barraclough, Burlington Telecom Moderator: Bill Wallace, US Ignite
  5. 5. TO LEARN MORE, VISIT US-IGNITE.ORG US_IGNITE FACEBOOK.COM/USIGNITE 5 Lunch Session: Advice for Communities: Lessons in Engaging Developers Smarter Things: Unleashing the Promise of Cyberphysical Systems Hosted by Keith Marzullo, NSF Break Panel Discussion: Moving Past Beta: Attracting Investment to Launch Your Application Closing Remarks Bus departs for Computer History Museum 1401 N Shoreline Blvd, Mountain View Closing Reception at Computer History Museum with remarks by Derek Slater, Google and presentation of Awards by Sue Spradley, US Ignite and Keith Marzullo, NSF 12:30 - 1:45pm 1:45 - 2:45pm 2:45 - 3:00pm 3:00 - 4:00pm 4:00 - 4:30pm 4:30 pm 5:00 - 6:30pm Workshops: US Ignite Application Engine Pre-registration required Morning Announcements and Keynotes Break Advanced Wireless: Untethering Your Gig Hosted by Lindsey Frost Cleary & Kari Keefe, Mozilla Gigabit Community Fund 8:00 - 9:30am 9:30 - 11:00am 11:00 - 11:15am 11:15 - 12:30pm Sector Networking and Roundtable Discussions: Using Next-Gen Networks to Solve Problems in Education & Workforce Development, Healthcare, Public Safety, Energy, and Advanced Manufacturing Closing Announcements Reception in the Aspiration Dome for all Attendees and second App Expo session AGENDA AT A GLANCE Unless otherwise noted, all events are in the Juniper Aspiration Dome 1081 Innovation Way, Sunnyvale, CA, 94089 Day 2: Wednesday, June 25 Showcase & App Expo Day (Continued) 4:15 - 4:45pm 4:45 - 5:00pm 5:00 - 7:00pm Day 3: Thursday, June 26 Showcase & Moving Forward Keynote by Larry Peterson, ON.Lab Announcement by Bithika Khargharia, Extreme Networks Announcement by Gabriel Sidhom, Orange Silicon Valley Keynote Q&A with Gigi Sohn, Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Gigabots Augmented Reality Tools for Improved Training of First Responders Fitnet Interactive Interface for Remote Physical Day 3: Thursday, June 26 Showcase & Moving Forward (Continued) Workshop: Home Router SDN Da Vinci Room - Building B, 4th Floor Pre-Registration Required Day 4: Friday, June 27 Post-Meeting Workshop 8:00 - 12:00pm Andrew Hyder, Code for America Aaron Deacon, KC Digital Drive Bradley Holt, Code for Vermont Brigade and Found Line Moderator: Glenn Ricart, US Ignite ParaDrop Secure WAMS: Cyber-security mechanisms for wide-area monitoring and control of next- generation power grids Long-distance battery-powered sensors for the IOT George Chronis, ProactiveSense Bob Summers, Fitnet Ron Weissman, Scality Moderator: Joe Kochan, US Ignite Hosted by Glenn Ricart, US Ignite Therapy SeaCat: SDN End-to-End Application Containment
  6. 6. TO LEARN MORE, VISIT US-IGNITE.ORG US_IGNITE FACEBOOK.COM/USIGNITE6 SPEAKERS Lindsey Frost Cleary Community Catalyst, Gigabit Community Fund at Mozilla Lindsey Frost Cleary leads the Mozilla Gigabit Community Fund in Chattanooga, Tennessee and spearheads the development of the Hive Chattanooga Learning Community. A graduate of Columbia University, Lindsey has spent the last several years exploring the intersection of technology and education through work with Open Chattanooga, UTC SimCenter, Engage 3D, and Toshiba America Foundation. Mike Marcellin Senior Vice President, Product Marketing, Juniper Networks, Inc. Mike Marcellin is Senior Vice President of Product Marketing for Juniper Networks. In this role, he leads product marketing for Juniper’s industry- leading portfolio of high-performance routing, switching and security products. Additionally, his team is responsible for go-to-market planning, sales and customer education and information experience, as well as global competitive analysis. Chris Greer Chris Greer is Director of the Smart Grid and Cyber-Physical Systems Program Office and National Coordinator for Smart Grid Interoperability Dr. Greer previously served as Associate Director for Programs in the NIST Information Technology Laboratory (ITL) and Acting Senior Advisor for Cloud Computing. In these positions, he was responsible for strategic planning for information technology initiatives across ITL, including its data and cloud computing efforts. Keith Marzullo Division Director for the Computer and Network Systems Division of CISE Directorate of the National Science Foundation Keith Marzullo is Division Director for the Computer and Network Systems (CNS) Division in the Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE) Directorate at the National Science Foundation. Keith is at NSF on leave from the Computer Science and Engineering Department at the University of California, San Diego. He has been on the UCSD faculty since 1993. He received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University in 1984; for his Ph.D. he developed the Xerox Research Internet Clock Synchronization protocol, which was one of the first practical fault-tolerant protocols that addressed this issue. Farnam Jahanian Assistant Director for CISE, National Science Foundation Dr. Jahanian guides CISE, with a budget of over $850 million, in supporting fundamental and transformative advances in computing, communication and information technology that are key drivers of economic competitiveness, and crucial to achieving our national priorities. Kari Keefe Community Catalyst, Gigabit Community Fund at Mozilla Kari Keefe leads the Mozilla Gigabit Community Fund in Kansas City, Missouri and spearheads the development of the Hive Kansas City Learning Community. A graduate of University of Wyoming, Kari has spent the past several years helping starts-up secure financing, launch and scale operations to spur job creation, innovation and community growth. Bithika Khargharia Technology Architect, Extreme Networks Bithika comes to Extreme Networks from Cisco. She has over a decade of technology research and development experience spanning Systems Engineering including Green; Manageability and Performance; Server, Network and Large-scale Data Center Architectures; Distributed (Grid) Computing; Autonomic Computing; and Software- defined Networking. Joe MambrettI Director of the Internal Center for Advanced Internet Research Joel J. Mambretti is the Director of the International Center for Advanced Internet Research at Northwestern University, which is focused on developing digital communications for
  7. 7. TO LEARN MORE, VISIT US-IGNITE.ORG US_IGNITE FACEBOOK.COM/USIGNITE 7 SPEAKERS Rick McGeer Chief Scientist, US Ignite Rick McGeer is Chief Scientist at US Ignite and Principal Investigator at the Communication Design Group of SAP Labs America. Previously, he was a Distinguished Technologist at HP Labs, co-founder and Chief Scientist of Softface, co-founder and Research Scientist at Cadence Berkeley Labs, a Research Scientist at UC- Berkeley and an Assistant Professor at the University of British Columbia. He is an adjunct Professor at the University of Victoria. Glenn Ricart Chief Technology Officer, US Ignite Dr. Ricart has been planning and assembling US Ignite since 2011. Glenn is an Internet Pioneer who implemented the first Inter-net interconnection point of separately administered networks (the FIX in College Park, Maryland). As academic CIO at the University of Maryland, his campus implemented the first institution-wide TCP/IP (Internet) network in 1983 using low-cost PDP-11 routers (“Fuzballs”) with software devised at the University of Maryland, and provided the technology for the first NSFnet national backbone. Gabriel Sidhom Vice President, Technology Development, Orange Labs San Francisco Gabriel Sidhom was named VP – Technology Development for Orange Labs San Francisco in September 2004. Responsible for all of the engineering, development, research and business model functions, his key responsibility is to rapid prototype and develop services that deliver business innovations emblematic of the Silicon Valley technology ecosystem to Orange’s worldwide mobile, internet, television and fixed- line properties. Derek Slater Google Public Policy Derek Slater defends the open Internet on Google’s public policy team, supporting the company’s global advocacy efforts on innovation policy. He now supports the Google Fiber project, bringing gigabit speed Internet access to select communities and runs, a grassroolts advocacy platform. Derek has been writing about digital media since he bought a Diamond Rio PMP300 MP3 player as a teenager. Gigi B. Sohn Special Counsel for External Affairs, Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Ms. Sohn has served since 2001 as the President and CEO of Public Knowledge and, from 2011- 2013 as the Co-Chair of the board of directors of the Broadband Internet Technical Advisory Group (BITAG). She has served on the board of the Telecommunications Policy Research Conference (TPRC) and on the Advisory Board of the Center for Copyright Information. In October 1997, President Clinton appointed Ms. Sohn to serve as a member of his Advisory Committee on the Public Interest Obligations of Digital Television Broadcasters. Larry Peterson ON.Lab Chief Architect and Board Member Larry Peterson comes to ON.Lab from Princeton, where he was the Robert E. Kahn Professor of Computer Science and Director of the Princeton- hosted PlanetLab Consortium. He served as chair of the CS Department from 2003-2009. In 2007, Peterson co-founded CoBlitz LLC to commercialize CDN technology developed on PlanetLab. CoBlitz was acquired by Veriue Inc. in 2010, and subsequently by Akamai in 2012. Sue Spradley Senior Vice President and General Manager of Communications Test and Measurement, JDSU and Chair, US Ignite Board of Directors Susan (Sue) Spradley brings to US Ignite more than 20 years of experience in the wireless telecommunications industry in which she has held senior executive positions in sales, product line management, operations, services and customer support. Most recently she was Head of the North American Region at Nokia Siemens Networks and also a member of the company’s Executive Board.
  8. 8. TO LEARN MORE, VISIT US-IGNITE.ORG US_IGNITE FACEBOOK.COM/USIGNITE8 WEDNSDAY DEMOS Big Data at the Edge: Moving Big Data to and from the End User THRIVE: Timely Health Indicators using Remote sensing & Innovation for the Vitality of the Environment Prevention is better than a cure, so a timely alert could preclude a trip to the ER for the 25 Million Americans who have Asthma. This technology could benefit all people with environmentally triggered health conditions and supply forecasts for ER and walk in clinic managers. David Lary, University of Texas at Dallas and York Eggleston, Machine Data Learning. Cyber Security as a Service Law enforcement can adopt this technology to essentially walk into a search warrant anywhere there is a gig connection and have a remote expert preview / capture data from the machine in question. Imagine having a “Forensic Operations Center” for local/state/federal law enforcement staffed with experts who can respond to multiple agencies at a given moment. Jonathan Rajewski, Champlain College. Looking for a Needle in the Video Haystack As the fastest-growing type of content on the Internet, consumer- produced videos are a wealth of information about the world that’s essentially untapped. We present ICSI’s research on large- scale video search methods using an application that reveals the geo-location of a consumer-produced video based on its content. Gerald Friedland, University of California, Berkeley. Collaboration: Closing the Virtual Distance Children’s Mercy Hospital with BriefCase Health and SightDeck Children’s Mercy Hospital is actively exploring and developing, new technologies for telemedicine. They will demonstrate how they are pursuing a heightened virtual healthcare experience using SightDeck for interactive collaboration with video, voice, and graphics. Lisa J. Large, Morgan Waller, Children’s Mercy Hospital and Paul Vlahos, Richard Welnowski, SightDeck. Collaborative Virtual Reality Surgical Simulator for Orthopedic Surgery This app will enable surgeons to teach and train medical residents in orthopedic surgical procedures interactively without having to be in the same location. It can also allow multiple participants to interact virtually from different locations without having to travel to a common location for surgical training. Miguel Pirela-Cruz, M.D., J. Cecil, B. Rajkumar and Zak Zafar, Oklahoma State University, Parmesh Ramanthan and Aditya Prakash, University of Wisconsin Madison. Software Lending Library Our service allows remote users to access a suite of software applications over ultra high speed networks. We can use it as a tool for collaboration and digital inclusion, removing the cost barrier and providing access alongside digital skills training offered at libraries and other places in the community. Dave LaCrone, Jacob Brown, Aaron Deacon, Kansas City Public Library. Virtual World Framework: A Foundation for the Augmented Conversation VWF is an HTML-5 based virtual worlds environment and virtual worlds construction environment. The VWF kernel allows seamless realtime collaboration and communication between any users that have a modern web browser on virtually any device. VWF is open- source and available now at David Smith, Lockheed Martin. Building A 1st Floor Aristotle Room FEATURED DEMOS Contrail Your new ideas and innovations are best carried out in an infrastructure tailor-made just for your specific needs, on demand whenever, wherever you need it, and elastically scaled as your business grows. With Juniper’s Contrail cloud network virtualization, orchestration and automation solutions, you can easily put your ideas into reality in an open, simple, and agile way. In this demo, we will walk you through the real- time setup and operation of a multi-tier web application, and deployment and configuration of an anti- DDoS service to properly defend against malicious attacks and keep your applications up and running. NorthStar Your business is going global and so is your customer base. All your employees, business critical infrastructure and customers need to stay connected through a wide area network either built in house or leveraged from your service providers. In this demo, we are going to showcase Juniper’s NorthStar SDN Controller, a software platform that provides online and offline wide-area network analysis and optimization. It is a powerful and flexible traffic-engineering solution that enables granular visibility and control of IP/MPLS flows in Service Provider and Enterprise networks.
  9. 9. TO LEARN MORE, VISIT US-IGNITE.ORG US_IGNITE FACEBOOK.COM/USIGNITE 9 Advanced Wireless Untethering Your Gig Gigabots With a Gigabot, educators and students have the opportunity to explore new ideas and create new types of devices that would not be possible without gigabit connectivity. Gigabots inherently have the capability to communicate with other Gigabots - local or remote - giving students the opportunity to explore ideas in autonomy, swarm behavior, and remote sensing not possible with unconnected devices. Jonathan Wagner, Gigabots. Augmented Reality Tools for Improved Training of First Responders A training system that equips first responders with Google Glass to share live video and real-time information during scenarios. These tools would co-exist with and enhance existing training methods, rather than replace them. Michael Sterle-Contala, Jeremy Cooperstock, Alok Sharma, and Jeff Blum, McGill University. Fitnet Telefitness application connecting fitness coaches to clients with on demand and real time collaboration. Fitness trainers and their clients benefit by having increased access to quality interactions via the convenience of online platform. Trainers can scale to serve more people by using data tools and removing the logistics of travel. Bob Summers, Nate Dicken, Daniel Burgess, and Dr. Kevin Hill, Fitnet. Interactive Interface for Remote Physical Therapy Our interactive physical therapy interface provides remote, in- home assessment and coaching with quantitative measurement of balance and movement. This technology offers patients the opportunity to receive physical therapy in the home with more frequent assessment and adjustment of prescribed exercises, resulting in more effective rehabilitation and health outcomes. Majorie Skubic and Prasad Calyam, University of Missouri. SeaCat: SDN End-to-End Application Containment This demonstration shows how the SeaCat Application Containment Architecture secures a medical record system application (OpenMRS) in an end-to-end manner. Using this framework, medical personnel can securely access patient medical records from mobile devices without fear that patients’ medical records will accidentally be exposed/compromised by malware. Junguk Cho, David Johnson, Makito Kano and Kobus Van der Merwe, University of Utah. Smarter Things: Unleashing the Promise of Cyberphysical Systems ParaDrop ParaDrop is a virtualized platform for home WiFi gateways that allows diverse third-party services (e.g., home automation) to be easily installed and managed. The concept of edge computing allows various services to run as close to end-user devices as possible. ParaDrop enables developers to easily deploy their services in home gateways in a secure, isolated, and robust environment providing home users with improved experience. Suman Banerjee, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Secure-WAMS: Cyber-Security Mechanisms for Wide- Area Monitoring and Control of Next-Generation Power Grids Our application will show how Synchrophasor data can be handled intelligently in real-time such that even if there is a malicious attack on the cyber or physical resources of the grid the underlying architecture can reconfigure its routing principles, and bypass the immediate impact. Aranya Chakrabortty and Jianhua Zhang, North Carolina State University and Yufeng Xin, Renaissance Computing Institute. Long-Distance Battery-Powered Sensors for the IOT The Internet of Things has been dominated by things that connect to a power source or which can be re-charged between uses. The Internet of Things got a lot bigger this year thanks to French start-up SigFox which has developed a narrow-band long-distance wireless communication technique that allows sensors such as smoke alarms and parking space sensors to report to stations miles away using a small battery which can last for years. Luke D’Arcy, SigFox. THURSDAY DEMOS
  10. 10. TO LEARN MORE, VISIT US-IGNITE.ORG US_IGNITE FACEBOOK.COM/USIGNITE10 WORKSHOPS Collaborative Platform for the Next-Gen Community US Ignite has developed a new collaborative platform to bring the collective knowledge of its community under one roof. As a registered user, you will have access to a growing list of next- generation resources including, a searchable list of next-generation applications, user-profiles to connect with other members, community hubs around common interests, testbed attributes, events, challenges, funding opportunities, and much, much more. Take a moment and register for your account today! Babble Instant text and speech communication connecting multilingual participants. The application benefits multilingual communities by allowing them to communicate with people from other language communities in real time, fostering civic participation and increasing educational opportunities. Bill Bushey, Scott Adkisson, David Radcliffe, Nathan Witzany, Project Babble. C3STEM Collaborative and interactive STEM education using a real world challenge problem. The demo will use a vehicular traffic flow challenge problem by students working collaboratively to configure traffic light timings. Gautam Biswasand Aniruddha Gokhale, John Kinnebrew, Shashank Shekhar, Faruk Caglar, and Satabdi Basu, Vanderbilt University. Chandelle Universal WiFi Controller (UWC) is a software for management of the Wi-Fi networks with high density of equipment. Ruslan Smelyansky, Alexander Shalimov, ARCCN. Extreme SDN Innovation Challenge Tuesday, June 24 1:45 - 6:00pm Da Vinci Room - Building B, 4th Floor Participants learn about SDN-based controller programming and get the knowledge needed to enter the Extreme Networks Challenge. The Challenge will award prizes for applications that leverage a software defined network architecture and its interfaces that can make a difference in the US Ignite areas of education, public safety, healthcare, advanced manufacturing, transportation, e-government, the Internet of Things, and clean energy. Instructors: Bithika Khargharia, Salvador Ferrer, and Jason Carroll, Extreme Networks. US Ignite Application Engine Thursday, June 26 8:00 - 9:30am Juniper Aspiration Dome Participants will use the US Ignite Application Engine to create a distributed, next-generation application on the GENI/Ignite infrastructure and run it. Participants will learn how to create a network of virtual machines on the Ignite portal, log in to their machines, and use the Fabric tools to deploy and run an application on each of the nodes. Instructors: Rick McGeer, US Ignite; Andy Bavier, PlanetWorks; Stephen Tredger and Andreas Bergen, University of Victoria. Home Router SDN Workshop Friday, June 27 8:00am - 12:00pm Da Vinci Room - Building B, 4th Floor Learn to implement SDN, Internet of Things, and cloud capabilities all on the Paradrop wireless router platform and join the Paradrop developer community. Participants will gain hands-on experience configuring and programming a Paradrop wireless router and a lucky few might get to take it home with themtocontinuetheexploration anddiscovery. Instructor: Suman Banerjee, University of Wisconsin, Madison. APPLICATION EXPO Building A 1st Floor • Aristotle Room DURING THE APP EXPO BE SURE TO VISIT THESE EXCITING JUNIPER DEMOS: Contrail NorthStar
  11. 11. TO LEARN MORE, VISIT US-IGNITE.ORG US_IGNITE FACEBOOK.COM/USIGNITE 11 Drone-carried On-demand WiFi Networks In situations where information infrastructure such as commercial cellular network and cable link are destroyed or not available, the drone-carried on-demand WiFi networks will provide robust and high-bandwidth Internet access, which is critical for rescue missions for coordination, information dissemination, and the connection of emergency zones to the outside. Shengli Fu, Yan Wan, Yixin Gu, and Vardhman Sheth, University of North Texas. Foresite Health Monitoring Foresite Health Monitoring System’s advanced monitoring technology analyzes in-depth data to accurately predict and prevent health issues such as falls, heart problems, depression, strokes, respiratory problems, urinary tract infections and more. George Chronis and Jeff Roper, ProactiveSense. GENI-based Universal Virtualized Applications Using GENI and virtualization across the board, service providers will be able to remotely control and deliver arbitrary application to users. In addition, service providers will be able to maintain control over application updates and maintenance. Milos Manic, Dumidu Wijayasekara, Kasun Amarasinghe, Kevin Handy, University of Idaho. Hyperaudio Transcript Powered Audio And Video. To build a system using Hyperaudio tech will help to promote media literacy and the creation of new content forms in local community and education. Dan Schultz, Laurian Gridinoc, Mark Panaghiston. In-Home Monitoring in Support of Caregivers for Patients with Dementia Video monitoring and 2-way video chat using high resolution IP cameras on high-speed networks to support family caregivers in managing behavioral symptoms of individuals with dementia. Russ Waitman, Steve Fennel, and Dan Connolly, University of Kansas Medical Center, Santosh Gondi, and James PG Sterbenz, University of Kansas. Location Aware Content Filtering User and location-aware content filtering for schools. K-12 can simplify their content filtering strategy by exchanging data between the network (user and location-aware) and the content filter (user- aware) creating a single integrated experience for the user and a comprehensive security and content filer policy for the school. Salvador Ferrer, Extreme Networks. Next Generation Test and Monitoring Innovations The PacketPortal SFP transceiver based monitoring capabilities enable live traffic visibility without power or space overheads. This new micro probe format enables new network monitoring approaches for segmented path performance and real time feedback for dynamic network route optimization in an SDN environment to ensure latency/throughput-critical applications are best served in a shared network. Alistair Scott and Michael Bangert, JDSU. “On the Same Page” powered by Beaconcast “On the Same Page” is an interactive slide presentation tool for broadcasting slides onto the other nearby iOS devices. A touch on the slide shown on presenter’s iOS devices triggers the broadcast and the same slide will be shown on the other iOS devices at the same time. This app makes everyone on the spot literally “on the same page.” Akihiro Nakao, University of Tokyo. Openpath OpenPath is a browser-based video service for place-based learning. OpenPath democratizes access to place-based culture and learning, so that students formerly without access gain access to museums, parks, and other expert led interactive experience. Jared Lamenzo, Richard Scullin, OpenPath. PDF Previewer Rapid visual search that allows you to preview the contents of a PDF by mousing over it in your folder. You no longer need to open the file! Scott Josephson and Mike Gesme. Rashomon Project Rashomon is an online toolkit that allows users to create, display and analyze multi-perspective video and photo timelines to develop a more nuanced understanding of complex events. Rashomon offers a secure portal to upload video/photo evidence of events, where multiple angles can be rapidly synchronized and displayed. Camille Crittenden, Ken Goldberg, John Scott, Abram Stern, and Brandie Nonnecke, University of California. Visualizing Virtualized Networks This is mash-up of Virtual Internet Routing Lab (VIRL) platform and Oculus Rift VR, so that you’re able to create a network simulation of VMs running Cisco operating systems and then ‘walk among/fly over’ your simulated network. Tsegereda Beyene, Dan Bourque, and Joel Obstfeld, Cisco. APPLICATION EXPO