Home Deployments for Independent Living

A Quigley, M McGrath, P Nixon, T Dishongh

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Abstract

This paper reports on the research and data/infrastructure challenges faced in moving pervasive computing technology to large numbers of home deployments from both a controlled clinical and laboratory setting. The purpose of these home deployments is twofold; to provide a number of services to a cohort of elders and to collect a rich array of physiological, environmental and computational context data for clinical study. By adopting a scenario based design framework we can incorporate the results from ethnographic study, ongoing application development to help realise a suite of hardware, software, services and sensors from our technology platform suitable for in-situ study.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication
EditorsAJ Brush, S Patel
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 2008
EventPervasive Computing @ Home Workshop (held at Pervasive 2008) - Sydney, Australia
Duration: 1 Jan 2008 → …

Workshop

WorkshopPervasive Computing @ Home Workshop (held at Pervasive 2008)
Period1/01/08 → …

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Ubiquitous computing
Hardware
Sensors

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Quigley, A., McGrath, M., Nixon, P., & Dishongh, T. (2008). Home Deployments for Independent Living. In AJ. Brush, & S. Patel (Eds.), Unknown Host Publication
Quigley, A ; McGrath, M ; Nixon, P ; Dishongh, T. / Home Deployments for Independent Living. Unknown Host Publication. editor / AJ Brush ; S Patel. 2008.
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