Ambient Interface Design (AID) for Aging, Independence and Disability

Rosaleen Hegerty, Tom Lunney, Kevin Curran, Maurice Mulvenna

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Abstract

The global proliferation of increasing longevity in modern societyhas fixed a focus on assisting the elderly and those living with disabilitythrough computing technology. To remain independently empowered, aseamless integration through efficient affable interfaces is required. TheAmbient Interface Design (AID) system intends to assist with finding personalpreferences and also provide a synchronisation framework to coordinateconnectivity across various environmentally distributed devices via sensor datamapping. AID will as a prerequisite for ‘Personalised Interfaces’, aim tomediate between the needs of the user and the technology to help reducepersonal challenges and provide a customised user experience for the efficientselection and acquisition of online information customised to preference, abilityand chosen device.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication
Place of PublicationAustria
Number of pages5
Publication statusPublished - 18 Nov 2009
Event3rd European Conference on Ambient Intelligence (AMI 09) - Salzburg, Austria
Duration: 18 Nov 2009 → …

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Workshop3rd European Conference on Ambient Intelligence (AMI 09)
Period18/11/09 → …

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Hegerty, R., Lunney, T., Curran, K., & Mulvenna, M. (2009). Ambient Interface Design (AID) for Aging, Independence and Disability. In Unknown Host Publication Austria.
Hegerty, Rosaleen ; Lunney, Tom ; Curran, Kevin ; Mulvenna, Maurice. / Ambient Interface Design (AID) for Aging, Independence and Disability. Unknown Host Publication. Austria, 2009.
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Hegerty R, Lunney T, Curran K, Mulvenna M. Ambient Interface Design (AID) for Aging, Independence and Disability. In Unknown Host Publication. Austria. 2009