AWARENESS: Context AWARE mobile NEtworks and ServiceS

Background

Increasingly mobile devices, sensors and consumer electronics are equipped with (wireless) networking capabilities. These devices communicate via different types of networks, and together enable a complete new generation of applications: context aware and proactive applications. The AWARENESS project focuses on an infrastructure that enables rapid and easy development of context-aware and pro-active applications in a secure and privacy-conscious manner.

Research

The goal of the Freeband AWARENESS project is to research and design an infrastructure for context aware and proactive mobile applications, and validate this through prototyping with mobile health applications. In the AWARENESS project vision a human user is always and everywhere surrounded by a networking environment (‘ubiquitous’) that is able to determine the identity of the user and the (upcoming) context information that is (or might become) relevant to service provisioning (‘attentiveness’), such that the user can have anywhere, anytime access to mobile services in a secure and privacy-sensitive manner.

Project Manager: Marten Wegdam

Project Manager for BSS Group: Miriam Vollenbroek-Hutten, Telemedicine Group: M.M.R.Hutten@utwente.nl

Research themes

From Human Sensory-Motor Function to Patient-Practitioner Interaction

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Remote Monitoring and Treatment

Principal Investigator tracks

Miriam Vollenbroek-Hutten

Remote Monitoring and Treatment

Funding

FREEBAND

People involved

Hermie Hermens

Val Jones

Ing Widya

Richard Bults

Marit van Weering

Timespan

2004 -2008

Publications

Awareness Publications

Project website

Awareness website