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The Institute of Informatics and Telematics of CNR carries out activities of research, assessment, technology transfer and training in the field of Information and Communication Technologies and of Computational Sciences. The rapid growth of Internet, its services and applications, is unrelenting and opens up new and fascinating scenarios of still unexplored research and development. Internet is ever more widespread and pervasive also in new applications such as Smart Cities and Communities, constantly enhancing its strategic role for the social, cultural and economic growth of the whole of humanity.

Within this context, IIT is naturally at the forefront and has its sights set on the Future Internet, with consolidated know-how in algorithmics and in areas of research and development, such as the "Internet of things" and "Internet of services". These range from high speed, mobile and pervasive networks, to issues of security and privacy, to innovative web technologies, but which also include new ICT aspects concerning the Internet Governance.


Evaluating Multi-Hop Beaconing Forwarding Strategies for IEEE 802.11p Vehicular Networks

Federico Librino

Foto di Federico Librino


The VehiCong project's objective is the study of congestion in vehicular ad-hoc networks (VANets).

Mobility Models for Next Generation Wireless Networks: Ad Hoc, Vehicular, and Mesh Networks

Understanding Vehicle-to-Vehicle IEEE 802.11p Beaconing Performance in Real-World Highway Scenarios

Multihop Beaconing Forwarding Strategies in Congested IEEE 802.11p Vehicular Networks

Measurement-based modeling of Packet Inter-Reception times in presence of radio channel congestion

Massachusetts Institute of Technology - SENSEable City Lab

This collaboration has been developed within the recent activities we started on smart mobility.

EU Project - MobiWallet

MobiWallet addresses Interoperable Fare Management solutions through four key impact areas: encouraging modal shift and facilitating ease of use of multiple transpor

Beaconing Performance in IEEE 802.11p Vehicular Networks: the Effect of Radio Channel Congestion