Ahmed Khaled

Ahmed Khaled
Asyut STEM school

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Publications (9)
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As the Internet of Things (IoT) proliferates, the potential for its opportunistic interaction with traditional mobile apps becomes apparent. We argue that to fully take advantage of this potential, mobile apps must become things themselves, and interact in a smart space like their hardware counterparts. We present an extension to our Atlas thing ar...
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The increasing ubiquity of the Internet of Things (IoT) has the potential to drastically alter the way healthcare systems are utilized at home or in a care environment. Smart things offer new ways to assist in general patient wellness, such as promoting an active and healthy lifestyle and simplifying treatment management. We believe smart health th...
Conference Paper
We demonstrate how lay users may program their own smart spaces to create IoT apps with a few clicks on their smartphone. We present our Atlas Thing Architecture and the Runtime Interactive Development Environment (RIDE) which allow users to program custom apps based on the logical and functional relationships that tie IoT things available in their...
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We argue that the success of the Internet of Things (IoT) vision will greatly depend on how its main ingredient—the “thing”—is architected and prepared to engage. The IoT’s fragmented and widevarying nature introduces the need for additional effort to homogenize these things so they may blend together with the surrounding space to create opportunit...
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The promise of the Internet of Things (IoT) and the many visions of unprecedented and transforming IoT applications are challenged by the realities of a highly fragmented ecosystem of devices, standards and industries. Systems research in IoT is shifting priorities to explore explicit “thing architectures” that promote and enable the friction-free...
Conference Paper
We make the case for mobile apps as crucial and influential things in the Internet of Things (IoT) and then present our Atlas Thing Architecture that provides the explicit support necessary for their inclusion. We present the World Cup demo scenario which involves media appliances and mobile app things, and which shows how we implemented it as an I...

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