[Legacy Report] Ambient Intelligence: From Sensor Networks to Smart Environments and Social Networks
Smart environments are spaces that sense, perceive, and react to the presence, commands, or observed events of their occupants through a variety of interfaces and offer services such as multimedia, home control, or pervasive communications, as well as accident detection and well-being applications. The notion of ambient intelligence refers to endowing such systems with unobtrusive and intuitive interfaces as well as mechanisms to learn and adapt to the behaviour models and preferences of their user in order to offer context-aware and customized services tailored to the user needs.
Novel opportunities in application development for smart homes, offices, seminar rooms, automotive, health-care and well-being domains, and experience sharing in social networks are enabled by employing contextual data and user-centric approaches. A few examples of application development based on the mentioned concepts will be discussed.
Date and Time
- Date: 12 Nov 2010
- Time: 12:00 PM to 01:30 PM
- All times are Australia/Brisbane
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