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Hydra is affilliated with the following programs and organisations:

The Hydra coordinater FhG FIT is a member of ARTEMISIA, the association for R&D actors in the field of ARTEMIS: Advanced Research & Technology for EMbedded Intelligence and Systems.

The Hydra middleware allows developers to create inclusive applications with a high degree of accessibility for all. The Hydra project supports the Commissions campaign: eInclusion - be part of it!

The Hydra project is part of the Cluster of European projects on the Internet of Things. The Cluster aims to promote a common vision of the Internet of Things.

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An overview of all planned deliverables with links to public deliverables for direct download.

Description of the methodology
Description of the HYDRA methodology

Hydra enabled devices
Physical devices are the cornerstone of any application intending to implement the Hydra middleware. Any application using external devices such as energy meters, light control switches, blood pressure monitors, etc., will need to interface with the device through its communication interface, which will be greatly facilitated by using the Hydra middleware. A Hydra-enabled device contains a software representation in the network and can be discovered by other devices and make its functions accessible as Web Services to the application. A the time of writing (October 2010) 42 devices have been Hydra-enable and the list can be seen here.

Project overview
The HYDRA project aims to research, develop, and validate middleware for networked embedded systems that allows developers to develop cost-effective, high-performance ambient intelligence applications for heterogeneous physical devices.

Scientific and technological objectives
Technical description of the Hydra objectives

Technical scope
Technical information about the Hydra Project

WP 1
Description of WP 1 - Project management

WP 10
Description of WP 10 - Validation & business framework

WP 11
Description of WP 11 - Demonstration

WP 12
Description of WP 12 - Training

WP 13
Description of WP 13 - Dissemination and exploitation

WP 14
Description of WP 14 - Review and assessment

WP 2
Description of WP 2 - Iterative user requirements engineering

WP 3
Description of WP 3 - Architecture design specification

WP 4
Description of WP 4 - Embedded AmI architecture
About Hydra
The Hydra project is co-funded by the European Commission within the Sixth Framework Programme in the area of Networked Embedded Systems under contract IST-2005-034891

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Why not see the on-line Hydrademo? You can turn on and off devices and follow the energy consumption in real time. Just click on the picture and you see it!

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