Context-aware systems and implications for future internet
Baker, N., Zafar, M., Knappmeyer, M. and Moltchanov , B. (2009) Context-aware systems and implications for future internet. In: Tselentis, G., Domingue, J., Galis, A., Gavras, A., Hausheer, D., Krco, S., Lotz, V. and Zahariadis, T., eds. (2009) Towards the Future Internet. Amsterdam: IOS Press, pp. 335-345. ISBN 9781607500070 Available from: http://eprints.uwe.ac.uk/12453
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The ubiquity of mobile devices and proliferation of wireless networks will allow everyone permanent access to the Internet at all times and all places. The increased computational power of these devices has the potential to empower people to generate their own applications for innovative social and cognitive activities in any situation and anywhere. This wireless connection is not limited to user devices, almost any artefact from clothing to buildings can be connected and collaborate. Furthermore new sensor technologies and wireless sensor networks provides environmental intelligence and the capability to sense, reason and actuate. This leads to the exciting vision of the interconnection of artefacts embedded in our real environment, forming a society of “intelligent things” and “smart spaces”. This paper discusses the main concepts and role that context-awareness and context aware systems will play in this vision and the significance for future networks and future Internet.
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