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Improving Direction-Giving Through Utilization of an RFID-Enabled Kiosk

Andy Luse, Brian Mennecke, Anthony M. Townsend
2010 International Journal of Advanced Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing  
This paper presents an RFID-enabled module for an electronic kiosk physical user interface which provides personalized information retrieval.  ...  The developed RFID-enabled system is built on top of a current production informational kiosk utilized for a building directory, which was used for initial testing and evaluation.  ...  An RFID-enabled kiosk improves on humancentered direction-giving in a similar way as a traditional kiosk by automating part of the process, but also improves on the entry of personal data compared to that  ... 
doi:10.4018/japuc.2010040103 fatcat:ptjjgy5pqnfzbjgxo3muj73req

Improving direction-giving through utilization of an RFID-enabled kiosk

Andy Luse, Anthony M. Townsend
2008 2008 IEEE International Conference on Electro/Information Technology  
This paper presents an RFID-enabled module for an electronic kiosk physical user interface which provides personalized information retrieval.  ...  The developed RFID-enabled system is built on top of a current production informational kiosk utilized for a building directory, which was used for initial testing and evaluation.  ...  An RFID-enabled kiosk improves on humancentered direction-giving in a similar way as a traditional kiosk by automating part of the process, but also improves on the entry of personal data compared to that  ... 
doi:10.1109/eit.2008.4554307 dblp:conf/eit/LuseT08 fatcat:ga3mzjmjafb6xajll5vo2d25uu

Automation of the Road Gate Operations Process at the Container Terminal—A Case Study of DCT Gdańsk SA

Karol Moszyk, Mariusz Deja, Michal Dobrzynski
2021 Sustainability  
Truck turnaround time is one of the major factors that customers take into account while deciding how many container volumes they will handle through the container terminal.  ...  The future increased terminal capacity will result in more container movement through the road complex and rail siding, which are one of the most critical areas (potential bottlenecks) in the container  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13116291 fatcat:3rm2qzomcreczgld5kohvimcg4

Development of Smart Inner City Recreational Facilities to Encourage Active Living [chapter]

Leon Foster, Ben Heller, Alan Williams, Marcus Dunn, David Curtis, Simon Goodwill
2016 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The ProFit project was European Interreg IVbNWE funded with the aim of encouraging physical activity through innovations in products, services and ICT systems.  ...  This paper describes the hardware, software and cloud infrastructure created to enable these systems.  ...  These kiosks were used to give out information of the FieldLab site but also capture verbal/visual feedback from users through a webcam and microphone.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-48799-1_50 fatcat:c6spavtz4nhhhlet4fgsw23qmu

Smart Airport: A Review on Future of the Airport Operation

Aruna Rajapaksha, Dr. Nisha Jayasuriya
2020 Global Journal of Management and Business Research  
This study contribute to the field of academia and industry by identifying the advantages of smart airport implementation under the key areas of Aviation Security, Passenger Convenience, Operational Efficiency  ...  Empirical indications on implementation of the smart airport applications discussed based on practical implications of airport operations.  ...  Incheon Airport has improved operational efficiency with smart technology by utilizing real time data.  ... 
doi:10.34257/gjmbravol20is3pg25 fatcat:4ymrw76rbfbcfhix7l4k73njjy

PERCEPT Indoor Navigation System for the Blind and Visually Impaired: Architecture and Experimentation

Aura Ganz, James Schafer, Siddhesh Gandhi, Elaine Puleo, Carole Wilson, Meg Robertson
2012 International Journal of Telemedicine and Applications  
PERCEPT will improve the quality of life and health of the visually impaired community by enabling independent living.  ...  We introduce PERCEPT system, an indoor navigation system for the blind and visually impaired.  ...  The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Science Foundation, National Eye Institute or the National Institutes of Health  ... 
doi:10.1155/2012/894869 pmid:23316225 pmcid:PMC3534355 fatcat:bitmcm5o3zcxpnsoftgsomvzr4

A two-factor authentication system using Radio Frequency Identification and watermarking technology

S.L. Ting, Albert H.C. Tsang
2013 Computers in industry (Print)  
of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) and watermark technology by means of a mobile platform.  ...  Attempted to address the challenges, this paper proposes a Watermark-RFID based Selfvalidation System (WARDS) that provides a self-validation and two-factor authentication approach through integration  ...  Acknowledgement The authors would like to express their sincere thanks to the Research Committee of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University for financial support of the research work.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compind.2012.11.002 fatcat:7va55estybbnhbcjionn5z3yaa

Enhanced navigation systems in GPS denied environments for visually impaired people: A Survey [article]

Ali Hojjat
2018 arXiv   pre-print
The evaluated techniques are ultrasonic systems, RFID-based solutions, computer vision aided navigation systems, ans smartphone-based applications.  ...  In this paper an overview of some existing indoor navigation systems for visually impaired people are presented and they are compared from different perspectives.  ...  Environment has two parts: R-tags and Kiosk. R-tags are passive RFID tags that installed on the door at a specific height (4 feet). They are also used in the kiosks.  ... 
arXiv:1803.05987v2 fatcat:mbciarr7urgrbechkm5lyez7b4

Indoor Navigation Aid System Using No Positioning Technique for Visually Impaired People [chapter]

Yeonju Oh, Wei-Liang Kao, Byung-Cheol Min
2017 Communications in Computer and Information Science  
The paths and instructions are generated on a computer installed on an indoor kiosk where the visually impaired enters his or her destination, and then the generated instructions are wirelessly transfered  ...  Instead, the system generates shoreline based optimal paths including a series of recognizable landmarks and detailed instructions, which enables the visually impaired to navigate to their destinations  ...  In order to give a detailed instruction, the system provides a direction, a distance, and the number of doors that a user has to pass.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-58753-0_56 fatcat:fuhm42moybdubix4ttf6eybcwy

SmartCIS

Mengmeng Liu, Svilen R. Mihaylov, Zhuowei Bao, Marie Jacob, Zachary G. Ives, Boon Thau Loo, Sudipto Guha
2009 Proceedings of the 35th SIGMOD international conference on Management of data - SIGMOD '09  
Our algorithms and techniques generalize across a wide range of data from RFID and light measurements to real-time machine usage monitoring, energy consumption and recursive query computation.  ...  With the increasing adoption of networked sensors, a new class of applications is emerging that combines data from the "digital world" with real-time sensor readings, in order to intelligently manage physical  ...  We give an example of the federated optimizer's optimization in SmartCIS. Suppose we have two types of sensors deployed in the lab, seat sensors and room sensors.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1559845.1559996 dblp:conf/sigmod/LiuMBJILG09 fatcat:cstbaypy2zgyrlhlkxqs623bqq

The Glass Infrastructure: Using Common Sense to Create a Dynamic, Place-Based Social Information System

Catherine Havasi, Richard Borovoy, Boris Kizelshteyn, Polychronis Ypodimatopoulos, Jon Ferguson, Henry Holtzman, Andrew Lippman, Dan Schultz, Matthew Blackshaw, Greg Elliott
2012 The AI Magazine  
At the MIT Media Lab, we have designed and deployed a novel intelligent signage system, the Glass Infrastructure (GI), that enables small groups of users to physically interact through a touch screen display  ...  We discuss the AI model's development, the integration of AI into an HCI interface, and the use of the GI during the lab's peak visitor periods.  ...  Kiosks have an RFID reader that captures the identity of visitors and lab members who pass by and interact with the screens.  ... 
doi:10.1609/aimag.v33i2.2411 fatcat:otov6nodpvcezobzehye7u3554

Business value of RFID‐enabled healthcare transformation projects

Abhijith Anand, Samuel Fosso Wamba
2013 Business Process Management Journal  
In addition, there is further analysis that is being carried out on other industries to have an overview of the benefits of RFID implementation.  ...  In addition, there is further analysis that is being carried out on other industries to have an overview of the benefits of RFID implementation.  ...  This study may serve as an opening for future research directions on RFID-enabled service innovation within the healthcare sector.  ... 
doi:10.1108/14637151311294895 fatcat:vqloqy4kuzdvdpo7h3brumvm7u

Business Value of RFID-Enabled Healthcare Transformation Projects

Anand Abijith, Samuel Fosso Wamba
2012 Social Science Research Network  
In addition, there is further analysis that is being carried out on other industries to have an overview of the benefits of RFID implementation.  ...  In addition, there is further analysis that is being carried out on other industries to have an overview of the benefits of RFID implementation.  ...  This study may serve as an opening for future research directions on RFID-enabled service innovation within the healthcare sector.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2097709 fatcat:cq2onaqsyzh7vkmameozsob6ui

Digital technologies in airport ground operations

Ivan Kovynyov, Ralf Mikut
2019 Netnomics  
Although the relevant peer-reviewed literature emphasizes the role of cost savings as a key driver behind digitalization of airport ground operations, the focus is on data-driven, customer-centric innovations  ...  We assess the maturity level of discussed technologies using NASA technology readiness levels.  ...  An overview of the development of this technology can be traced through earlier review papers [40] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11066-019-09132-5 fatcat:2t246677yrehhkbnrn4fbp77ri

Seven Contexts for Service System Design [chapter]

Robert J. Glushko
2010 Handbook of Service Science  
A case study for the design of a "smart multi-channel bookstore" illustrates the use of the different design contexts as building blocks for service systems.  ...  Many of the most complex service systems being built and imagined today combine person-to-person encounters, technology-enhanced encounters, self-service, computational services, multi-channel, multi-device  ...  Their goals were to improve customer satisfaction, increase sales, improve the efficiency of store operations, and enable the company to gather more useful marketing information.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4419-1628-0_11 fatcat:bmwlmj27bzc25e2hec5544g2ge
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