GO-CORE is a three year project which researches mobility management
in heterogeneous IPv6 networks. It started in April 2003 and is funded
by TEKES, Ericsson, Nokia, Elisa, Auria, SSH, Tecnomen and the
ministry of defence. GO-CORE continues the work of the GO project (1998-2002) which
researched technologies enabling the provision of services for a
mobile user. The project is supervised by professor Hannu Kari.
The project group consists of four people:
- Henrik Petander, project manager
- Ville Nuorvala, research assistant
- Tapio Silander, research assistant
- Antti Tuominen, research assistant
Main research topics
- Network mobility
- Internet connectivity for Ad Hoc networks
The project developes a Mobile IPv6 implementation for Linux, MIPL. Use of Mobile IPv6
allows a mobile user to maintain her connectivity and reachability in
spite of movement. It also enables mobility between different network
types, e.g. WLAN and GPRS.
In this project MIPL is used as a platform for providing host and
network mobility in IPv6 networks. The project will also develop
additional software prototypes for management of network mobility and
Internet connectivity for Ad Hoc networks.
The publications will be listed here when they appear.
Updated on: 26 May 2003.