G. Fordos's research while affiliated with Budapest University of Technology and Economics and other places

Publications (10)

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Global Platform (GP) as a cross industry, nonprofit association develops and publishes specifications promoting secure deployment and management of multi-application environments of smart card technology based applications and ensuring their interoperability. The GP specifications define the business and technological processes and the associated s...
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Using electronic transaction instead of manual ones is an easy way to facilitate business process automation. A cost effective option of introducing electronic transactions in public systems with high number of users is applying contactless cards and the related contactless infrastructure. The spreading of Near Field Communication (NFC) compatible...
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There are several complex business processes in the higher education. As the number of university students has been tripled in Hungary the automation of these task become necessary. The Near Field Communication (NFC) technology provides a good opportunity to support the automated execution of several education related processes. Recently a new chal...
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Near Field Communication (NFC) is one of the latest wireless communication technologies, making possible variety of novel services on mobile equipments. At Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) a generalized approach for NFC application development has been elaborated, where applications can be implemented and executed in a common e...
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NFC is one of the latest wireless communication technologies, making possible variety of business opportunities. At Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) a generalized approach for NFC application development has been elaborated, where the Mobile Network Operators (MNOs), as well as service providers can make their own application a...
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NFC is one of the latest wireless communication technologies, making possible variety of business opportunities. StoLPaN, a pan-European consortium of companies, universities and user groups aims to define open commercial and technical frameworks for the remote management of NFC-enabled services on mobile devices. These frameworks will facilitate t...
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Computer Integrated Surgery has only existed for two decades, however it has already spread out world wide, with well over 100.000 operations performed. In the near future, newly developed robotic systems may conquer even the most challenging fields—such as neurosurgery—to provide better patient care and medical outcome. This paper presents the maj...
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Due to the heavy traffic, people living in urban areas have to get used to congested roads, increased traveling time, and stressful situations. There is a strong demand on acquiring real-time flow data on actual traffic and road conditions. Our paper presents a method on acquiring several traffic data from different data sources, such as induction...
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Biomedical Engineering is a relatively new interdisciplinary science. This paper presents the biomedical engineering activity, which is carried out at Budapest University of Technology and Economics and its partner institutes. In the first part the main goals and the curriculum of the Biomedical Engineering Education Program (BMEEP) is presented. T...

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... did not use any application domain to evaluate the proposed approaches. The approach presented in [9], on the other hand, discussed the design and development of a smart card application management infrastructure by specifying business and technological processes and associated security requirements. ...
... In [7] a desktop-base application which has all the list of registered students for a particular course displayed when the lecturer starts the application was proposed. The attendance registration is done by clicking a check box next to the name of students that are present, and then a register button is clicked to mark their presence. ...
... This can also record student's involvement and interests so that the professors/teachers can improve and alter the interaction and study materials to improve learning outcome [147]. There are further applications by using smarter student ID such as registering for examination dates, payments, and many services on campus [28]. ...
... Another works illustrated in several academic and education related services [5,6,7] to support attendance, tracking and monitoring at university using NFC and RFID. Also, an automation of contactless university examination system is implemented to elaborate the business use case of the attendance monitoring system [8]. Additional papers focus on implementing and using RFID, Bio-metric, Fingerprint and GSM modem in attendance management, and industrial applications [9,10]. ...
... However, it is not still valid to consider that this technology could substitute the complex imaginary medical conclusions provided by the physician in charge. Therapeutic robots can only be used for making the clinicians' working flow easier [119,120]. ...
... In their paper, Madlmayr et al. [12] discussed the management of NFC ecosystems from a technological point of view. In addition, Kerem et al. [5] presented a role-based service level NFC ecosystem model and Benyó et al. [13] introduced the StoLpaN view on NFC ecosystems. StoLpaN is a pan-European consortium that aims to establish a secure interoperable operating environment for NFC services. ...
... • Common ad-hoc wireless communication channels (bluetooth, GPRS, WLAN, etc.) are established between the mobile equipments and the backoffice to exchange public data such as examination information, or registration information. The secured wireless data channel based on secure http (https) [12] is built up between the teachers mobile equipment and the backoffice to transfer student related personal data and examination permission key. ...