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DOMIQ/Remote

DOMIQ/Remote is a home control application designed specifically for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. It allows remote control of the LCN...

April 27, 2014 by DOMIQ Sp. z o.o.

Capturing ambient intelligence

According to Wikipedia, 'ambient intelligence (AmI) refers to electronic environments that are sensitive and responsive to the presence of people.' In 'Ambient intelligence: snowboarding to the new frontier,' ICT Results reports that ambient intelligence is a key component for future beyond 3G mobile and wireless communication systems. This is why two EU-funded projects are actively trying to integrate sensor networks into wireless communication systems and to 'capture' the user's environment. According to the researchers, potential applications could improve 'the response of emergency services to car crashes and other accidents, as well as leisure and sporting applications.' But read more...

January 15, 2008 by

Wearing a computer at work

The European Union has funded an ambitious project related to wearable technology. This project, named WearIT@work will end in one year and was funded with 14.3 million euros of EU money, even if the total project cost is expected to exceed 23 million euros. For mobile workers, the goal is to replace traditional interfaces, such as screen, keyboard or computer unit, by speech control or gesture control, without modifying the applications. This wearable system is currently being tested in four different fields including aircraft maintenance, emergency response, car production and healthcare.

November 29, 2007 by

Creating order out of information chaos

A EU-funded project has developed a new software to look through unstructured data which has been used for several real-world applications. For example, the Greek Ministry of Defence (MoD) has used the system to identify terrorist activity.

March 5, 2006 by

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