IST Tiramisu

IST Tiramisu

The Innovative Rights and Access Management Inter-platform SolUtion

European IST 6th Framework programme.
Financing: EU IST 6th framework, Contract no. IST-2003-506983
Duration: November 2003 - December 2005
Project leader: Optibase (Israel)

Objectives

TIRAMISU developed a complete end-to-end framework solution, consisting of hardware and software focussing on interoperability, use of open standards, and protection of intellectual assets. This solution serves as a proof of concept and as the foundation for wide deployment of equipment and networks that will augment the use of digital media Europe-wide and world-wide based on existing and emerging open standards. Such a solution must be comprised of contributions from various disciplines, integrating content management, security tools, streaming, networking and peer to peer solutions, as well as consumer devices and user applications.


Figure: TIRAMISU architecture demonstrator

LDOS role

LDOS lead the integration workpackage. The TIARMISU demonstrator developed in this workpackage was one of the primary goals of the project. LDOS also developed several application and services that facilitate the TIRAMISU demonstrator.

Project partners

Links

http://www.tiramisu-project.org/

Related articles

1. MARUŠIČ, Boštjan, DOBRAVEC, Štefan, CUETOS, Philippe de, CONCOLATO, Cyril, PIRON, Laurent, TASIČ, Jurij F. TIRAMISU : a novel approach to content representation and key management for seamless super-distribution of protected media. Signal process., Image commun.. [Print ed.], 2005, vol. 20, str. 947-971, ilustr. [COBISS.SI-ID 5075028] (download)

2. DOBRAVEC, Štefan, BURNIK, Urban, MARUŠIČ, Boštjan, TASIČ, Jurij F. TIRAMISU - a test bed for authoring, distribution and consumption of digital content in a secure environment. V: Proceedings : Information and knowledge management for integrated media communication. Trondheim: Norwegian University of Science and Technology: Centre for Quantifiable Quality of Service in Communication Systems, cop. 2005, str. 31-36. [COBISS.SI-ID 4774740] (download)