drasyl is a general-purpose overlay network framework for rapid development of distributed P2P applications.
By using drasyl developers can fully concentrate on creating distributed applications. With drasyl, boundaries between IP-based networks will be eliminated and secure communication channels between any peers will be provided. Zero-configuration is required to use drasyl. Developers can run a new drasyl node without having to write configuration files or provide IP addresses of peers.
SANE is an open, citizen-centric, scalable, and privacy-preserving smart city platform. It is intended as open platform on which citizens can contribute data but also hardware, without any central authority or control.
With Incorum, citizens will be able to easily collect, share and process data from their existing sensors while maintaining data sovereignty and privacy. Additionally, it is easily extensible with further services and applications which can be traded on the marketplace as well. This distributed marketplace offers incentives for active participation and improves the lives of citizens in a smart city.
Distributed datastructure which is based on the SkipNet approach and extends it with multi-attribute search capabilities.