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Issue No. 02 - Mar.-Apr. (2015 vol. 19)
ISSN: 1089-7801
pp: 40-47
Niko Makitalo , Tampere University of Technology
Jose Garcia-Alonso , University of Extremadura
Javier Berrocal , University of Extremadura
Tommi Mikkonen , Tampere University of Technology
Carlos Canal , University of Malaga
Juan M. Murillo , University of Extremadura
There's growing interest in developing applications for the Internet of Things. Such applications' main objective is to integrate technology into people's everyday lives, to be of service to them en masse. The form in which this integration is implemented, however, still leaves much room for improvement. Usually, the user must set parameters within the application. When the person's context changes, they have to manually reconfigure the parameters. What was meant to be a commodity in an unforeseen situation then becomes extra noise. This article describes a reference architecture that improves how people are integrated with the IoT, with smartphones doing the connecting. The resulting integration opens the way to new IoT scenarios supporting evolution towards the Internet of People.
Internet of things, Mobile handsets, Mobile communication, Sociology, Affective computing, Pervasive computing, Web browsers, Social network services,Internet/Web technologies, Internet of Things, Internet of People, mobile devices, sociological profiles, pervasive computing, sensors, adaptation to user state, affective computing
Javier Miranda, Niko Makitalo, Jose Garcia-Alonso, Javier Berrocal, Tommi Mikkonen, Carlos Canal, Juan M. Murillo, "From the Internet of Things to the Internet of People", IEEE Internet Computing, vol. 19, no. , pp. 40-47, Mar.-Apr. 2015, doi:10.1109/MIC.2015.24
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