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|Title: ||Ubiquitous Access to the Internet of Things|
|Authors: ||VANDERHULST, Geert|
|Issue Date: ||2011|
|Citation: ||The International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces 2011 : Workshop on interacting with Smart Objects, Palo Alto, Californië - USA, 13-16 February 2011|
|Abstract: ||In an Internet of Things (IoT), compositions of smart objects are often dynamically formed and need configuration to work properly. To deliver a user interface to interact with objects and configure their behavior on an end-user device, objects first need to be discovered and identified. Since dense environments can exhibit many similar objects it can be hard to distinguish between them using conventional discovery mechanisms. Moreover, objects that are constrained in resources might need external support to locate and interact with them in a uniform way. In this paper we present an approach to dynamically create a single point of access for a set of dispersed smart objects and applications that can be accessed independent of underlying technologies. We show how end-users can navigate their surroundings using a Ubiquitous access point (UAP) that runs on mobile devices and connects available objects with relevant applications|
|Type: ||Conference Material|
|Appears in Collections: ||Research publications|
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