Creating an ambient intelligence network using insight and merged reality technologies

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Moseley, R. 2017. Creating an ambient intelligence network using insight and merged reality technologies. 2017 Computing Conference. London, UK 18 - 20 Jul 2017 IEEE. pp. 469-474 https://doi.org/10.1109/sai.2017.8252139
TypeConference paper
TitleCreating an ambient intelligence network using insight and merged reality technologies
AuthorsMoseley, R.
Abstract

Humans live and work in environments which are essentially “dumb”, though recently, due to information networks, devices within these areas have increasingly become connected. The system presented here builds on previous work to create an ambient intelligence zone using facets of a merged reality system and a new process based on recognition/insight patterns. When combined, agents within the system communicate and react as one to form a responsive ambient intelligence at a given location

KeywordsAmbient Intelligence; Robot Autonomy; Merged Realities; Intelligent Systems
Research GroupResearch Group on Development of Intelligent Environments
LanguageEnglish
Conference2017 Computing Conference
Page range469-474
Proceedings Title2017 Computing Conference
ISBN
Electronic9781509054435
Paperback9781509054442
PublisherIEEE
Publication dates
Print20 Jul 2017
Online11 Jan 2018
Publication process dates
Deposited15 Dec 2016
Accepted14 Nov 2016
Output statusPublished
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