WiPeer

WiPeer was born as a research project at the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, to provide peer-to-peer Wi-Fi and home/office networking based collaborative applications such as multiplayer interactive games, chat, search, file sharing, and eventually also collaborative productivity tools. This is through direct communication between the devices and without going through any third party infrastructure or gateway, and without relying on a central server.

WiPeer helps to establish ad-hoc communities/social networks and find people from your network when they are nearby.

The WiPeer community is growing fast. WiPeer offers a simple collaboration with a nearby people. So, join our community and start collaborating with no strings attached.

The Team

  • Roy Friedman – Professor in CS Department at the Technion.
  • Vadim Drabkin – Ph.D. student in CS Department at the Technion.
  • Gabriel Kliot – Ph.D. student in CS Department at the Technion.
  • Alon Kama – Ph.D. student in CS Department at the Technion.