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The Internet of Things: The Next Technological Revolution
By Mohamed Ali Feki,Fahim Kawsar,Mathieu Boussard,Lieven Trappeniers
Issue Date:February 2013
A wide range of researchers from academia and industry, as well as businesses, government agencies, and cities, are exploring the technologies comprising the Internet of Things from three main perspectives: scientific theory, engineering design, and the us...
Public WiFi hotspots at your service
Pervasive Computing and Communications Workshops, IEEE International Conference on
By Geert Vanderhulst,Lieven Trappeniers
Issue Date:March 2012
Locating services in public environments substantially differs from finding services in a private local network (e.g. a home network). Conventional discovery protocols require a user terminal to be connected to a network in order to query it for available ...
A co-creation platform for creative engagement of end-users in a connected object space
Found in: Proceedings of the 2011 international workshop on Networking and object memories for the internet of things (NoME-IoT '11)
By Fahim Kawsar, Geert Vanderhulst, Johan Criel, Lieven Trappeniers
Issue Date:September 2011
The proliferation of open source hardware platforms and consequent connected objects has created novel design opportunities for end-users to realize their personalized "lifehacks" in an interactive environment. However, this lifehack culture is yet to beco...
Towards user generated applications on the internet-of-things (IoT): ambient assistive living and DiY applications as first proof points
Found in: Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Advances in Mobile Computing and Multimedia (MoMM '10)
By Lieven Trappeniers
Issue Date:November 2010
The Ambient Media department in Bell Labs (Alcatel-Lucent) is a multidisciplinary team that investigates application trends towards Ambient Intelligence, Assisted Living, Locative Media and Smart Cities that are expected to change the technology and eco-sy...
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