Information Technologies Group (GTI)

atlantTTic’s GTI Group researches smart network technologies, advanced applications, data analysis and artificial intelligence. Its strongly focused to technology transfer. Through the years it has set up collaborations with leading Galician IT companies (Televes, R, Optare, SAEC DATA, Quobis…) and Spanish (Telefonica, Indra, Abengoa, Cellnex…). Internationally, it stands out for its collaborations with Nokia and Oulu Smart City.

So far, it has created two spin-offs, one of which (Infinbox) remains active in the multimedia application market for hospital environments. In 2017, it was one of the seven Galician groups selected for the Ignicia program that rates R&D results. It is the Competitive Reference Group of the Xunta de Galicia since the beginning of the program. Together with the University of Vigo, it has been admitted to the international Open Air Interface consortium in Network Technologies and it is part of the executive committee of the COST Chipset for High Performance Computing (HPC) and Big Data. Its fourteen apps from the Accegal project, among which PictoDroid Lite stands out, help the communication of people with diversity and currently have around 90,000 downloads. Additionally, it has collaborated with the Spanish security forces in the pursuit of online crimes. In this context, its chatterbots technology has been the basis for the development of NegoBot and is currently used for the development of virtual assistants and tutoring in e-learning platforms.

Lines of Research

Multimedia networks and services
5G network
Data analysis and artificial intelligence
Wireless networks and mobile communications
Optimizing network performance
Human-machine communication
Tecnologías de distribución multimedia
Redes de comunicaciones 5G
Análisis de datos
Redes inalámbricas
Aplicaciones avanzadas

Keywords: multimedia, 5G, data analytics, wireless networks, mobile communications, NFV, VoD, heterogeneous networks, virtualization, PLN, chatterbots, communicative deficiency, augmentative and alternative communication, accessibility.

  • Protocols for the optimization of 5G networks access (TSA architecture).
  • Solutions for deployment and orchestration of specialized virtual operators (e.g. IoT).
  • Man-machine augmented communication systems.
  • Solutions for the extension of multimedia applications through different terminals (UbiSmart architecture).
  • Intelligent multimedia services for software-defined networks, intelligent chatterbots for human impersonation in networks (Negobot).
  • Automatic generation of natural language, content analysis and feeling in texts using artificial intelligence techniques.
  • Advanced Network Economic Models.
  • Analysis of industrial and commercial data on a large scale for business intelligence systems.
Who
Type of Collaboration
King’s College London Application of Multiagent Systems and Game Theory to normative systems.
AGH University of Science and Technology (Krakow, Poland) Heuristic optimization using evolutionary algorithms.
Iskratel (Slovenia) Smart Networks
Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science VŠB-TUO (Ostrava, Czech Republic) Complex systems
Core Network Dynamics (Germany) 5G network
Grupo de redes, Universidad de Oulu (Finland) Network optimization, intelligent networks
Universidad de Padova (Padova, Italy) 5G network