The question of adopting an ethical approach to pervasive computing extends beyond the research domain, affecting practitioners as well.
• have a low barrier entry, so team members without prior exposure to the topic can quickly learn the basic motivation behind the process and its significance in human-subject research;
• be easy to apply and scalable in use, such that simple studies are simple to process, while complex ones might require more effort;
• adapt to different legal and institutional requirements;
• adapt to different types of studies and practices; and
• provide additional value (other than just approval) to the researchers involved.