Publications (3)0 Total impact
- IEICE Transactions. 01/2006; 89-D:508-515.
Conference Proceeding: Implementation of new services to support ubiquitous computing for town life[show abstract] [hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: The various services that make up the ubiquitous computing concept have developed with the rapid growth of wireless Internet environments and mobile devices. The major purpose of this research is to provide a context-aware U-Town environment to users by utilizing sensors and mobile devices currently available in the public sector and the marketplace. In this paper, the first step of the UTOPIA (Ubiquitous computing TOwn Project: Intelligent context Awareness) project is to introduce the U-Campus service (Ubiquitous computing for the campus). The paper introduces services such as the U-Restaurant, U-Museum, and the U-Theme Park, which are the second step of the U-Town project. In addition, we introduce the MoCE (Mobile Context Explorer) architecture, which is the context-aware recognition technology used to realize U-Town project services.Software Technologies for Future Embedded and Ubiquitous Systems, 2005. SEUS 2005. Third IEEE Workshop on; 06/2005
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ABSTRACT: New service concepts of sharing contexts with support for communication on wireless networks are beginning to emerge for mobile devices with diverse embedded sensors. In order to promote services based on sharing contexts in mobile devices, this paper introduces the MoCE (Mobile Context Explorer) architecture. MoCE was designed to support context-based services with context sharing on wireless networks in UTOPIA (Ubiquitous computing TOwn Project: Intelligent context Awareness). The major purpose of this research is to provide a situation-aware environment, known as U-Town, by using sensors and mobile devices currently available to the public. The paper next introduces U-Theme Park service, which is one service in the U-Town environment. U-Theme Park uses MoCE to realize a personalized environment from various sensors.