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Using bluetooth device names to support interaction in smart environments

Nigel Davies, Adrian Friday, Peter Newman, Sarah Rutlidge, Oliver Storz
2009 Proceedings of the 7th international conference on Mobile systems, applications, and services - Mobisys '09  
In this paper we explore an approach to supporting such interaction based on the use of Bluetooth Device (user-friendly) Names as a control channel between users' mobile phones and computational resources  ...  Our work focuses specifically on the use of Device Names to control and customize applications on large public displays in a campus environment.  ...  Finally, we would like to thank Andre Hesse for his work on the design and implementation of the Bluetooth Device Name application.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1555816.1555832 dblp:conf/mobisys/DaviesFNRS09 fatcat:c4zymkoekzdhvlz3763srhcbiy

The Value of Handhelds in Smart Environments [chapter]

Frank Siegemund, Christian Floerkemeier, Harald Vogt
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We identify the means by which smart objects can make use of handheld devices such as PDAs and mobile phones, and derive the following major roles of handhelds in smart environments: (1) mobile infrastructure  ...  The severe resource restrictions of computeraugmented everyday artifacts imply substantial problems for the design of applications in smart environments.  ...  The software package we developed to demonstrate the roles of handhelds in smart environments supports authentication using PIN codes as part of the implemented Bluetooth protocols.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-24714-2_22 fatcat:bzfmzejkw5el3ja4bcibawquye

Heterogeneous device discovery framework for the Smart Homes

Ehsan Ullah Warriach, Eirini Kaldeli, Jaap Bresser, Alexander Lazovik, Marco Aiello
2011 2011 IEEE GCC Conference and Exhibition (GCC)  
In this paper, we present a Pervasive Discovery Framework for Smart Homes, and an implementation currently supporting the Bluetooth and UPnP device discovery.  ...  Bluetooth efficiently fits in the home environment: the range of communication it provides sufficient for Smart Homes applications consisting of a large number of resource-constraint devices.  ...  To satisfy these PDF requirements, we use two stan-dardized technologies, namely, UPnP and OSGi.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ieeegcc.2011.5752621 fatcat:e7x4zaqh2nfupa6o3hiftwwbba

The value of handhelds in smart environments

Frank Siegemund, Christian Floerkemeier, Harald Vogt
2004 Personal and Ubiquitous Computing  
We identify the means by which smart objects can make use of handheld devices such as PDAs and mobile phones, and derive the following major roles of handhelds in smart environments: (1) mobile infrastructure  ...  The severe resource restrictions of computer-augmented everyday artifacts imply substantial problems for the design of applications in smart environments.  ...  The software package we developed to demonstrate the roles of handhelds in smart environments supports authentication using PIN codes as part of the implemented Bluetooth protocols.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00779-004-0311-x fatcat:gxfpnkzzzbeibh7rkff37mcx44

Smart Living Using Bluetooth-Based Android Smartphone

Ming Yan, Hao Shi
2013 International Journal of Wireless & Mobile Networks  
In this paper, a new Smart Living system called home lighting control system using Bluetooth-based Android Smartphone is proposed and prototyped.  ...  Bluetooth technology, which aims to exchange data wirelessly in a short distance using short-wavelength radio transmissions, is providing a necessary technology to create convenience, intelligence and  ...  The following code is used to pair devices and fetch the device name [19] .  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijwmn.2013.5105 fatcat:tcf3rr4crbgltm4au6yijtmfqu

Using Smart Phones to Access Site-Specific Services

E. Toye, R. Sharp, A. Madhavapeddy, D. Scott
2005 IEEE pervasive computing  
However, the MSE also supports standard Bluetooth device discovery, which you can use on smart phones without cameras.)  ...  First, this device discovery is slow in practice (in a realistic environment, it's not uncommon for device discovery to take over 30 seconds).  ... 
doi:10.1109/mprv.2005.44 fatcat:syf7ndhuxfcczpaoydcxjk5zli

A reflective middleware for controlling smart objects from mobile devices

Diego López de Ipiña, Iñaki Vázquez, Daniel García, Javier Fernández, Iván García
2005 Proceedings of the 2005 joint conference on Smart objects and ambient intelligence innovative context-aware services: usages and technologies - sOc-EUSAI '05  
Thus, mobile devices may be used as intermediaries between us and the smart objects (everyday objects augmented with computational services) in our surroundings.  ...  This paper describes the design and implementation of a middleware to transform mobile devices into universal remote controllers of smart objects.  ...  Similarly, if a mobile device is Bluetooth and Wi-Fi capable, it will use both Bluetooth SDP and UPnP service discovery to concurrently search for smart objects.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1107548.1107602 fatcat:sl62ok73dba3dpgevalwgvqwue

Classification of Smart Environment Scenarios in combination with a Human-Wearable-Environment-Communication using wireless connectivity [article]

Kristof Friess, H.C. Volker Herwig
2017 arXiv   pre-print
of interaction scenarios for the combination of human-wearable-environment.  ...  This article lays out the idea of identifying and re-identifying wearable computing devices by listening to their wireless communication connectivity like Wi-Fi and Bluetooth and building a classification  ...  After an introduction to the state of human recognition, an approach using the wearable computing devices as a tag for smart environments is given.  ... 
arXiv:1706.04427v1 fatcat:b7mxhfv245ghpoza5zk574dqcm

Bluetooth Mesh Networking: An Enabler of Smart Factory Connectivity and Management

Terence Ching Yang Lam, Sherlyn Shi Ling Yew, Sye Loong Keoh
2019 2019 20th Asia-Pacific Network Operations and Management Symposium (APNOMS)  
This paper proposes the use of Bluetooth wireless mesh networking to realise the vision of smart factory, providing efficient connectivity to collect data from the shop-floor in real-time.  ...  Smart factory is an environment where machinery and equipment are able to work together to improve processes through automation and self-optimisation.  ...  We can exploit the capability of Bluetooth 5.1 that supports direction finding using AoA and AoD to improve the accuracy of the localisation in future versions of the system.  ... 
doi:10.23919/apnoms.2019.8893091 dblp:conf/apnoms/LamYK19 fatcat:25fgrp4hkrdqhnftzsq4wftcue

Wi-Fi helping out Bluetooth smart for an improved home automation user experience

Jen Rossey, Ingrid Moerman, Piet Demeester, Jeroen Hoebeke
2016 2016 Symposium on Communications and Vehicular Technologies (SCVT)  
Within this context, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth are the dominant technologies. In this paper we look at home automation devices that have chosen to solely support Bluetooth 4.0 as communication interface.  ...  This enables other smartphone users to connect to the Bluetooth device over the Wi-Fi network, alleviating some of the downsides of the Bluetooth technology.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The research leading to these results has been carried out within the ITEA2 FUSE-IT project (13023) and has received funding from the agency for Innovation by Science and Technology (IWT  ... 
doi:10.1109/scvt.2016.7797663 dblp:conf/scvt/RosseyMDH16 fatcat:ovn5and6gvf2vhtnt3ytbdgtee

Classification of Scenarios with a Human-Wearable-Environment by the kind of Interaction and Reaction of the Smart Environments

Kristof Friess, Volker Herwig H.C.
2017 International Journal of Wireless & Mobile Networks  
of interaction scenarios for the combination of human-wearable-environment.  ...  This article lays out the idea of identifying and re-identifying wearable computing devices by listening to their wireless communication connectivity like Wi-Fi and Bluetooth and building a classification  ...  Bluetooth was created in 1998 with the merge of several companies under the name Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) [27] [28] . In the following year, version 1.0 was released.  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijwmn.2017.9401 fatcat:utkfek2wwrhhlctigxvf7a6o7i

A Smart Device Integrated with an Android for Alerting a Person's Health Condition: Internet of Things

M. Prakash, U. Gowshika, T. Ravichandran
2016 Indian Journal of Science and Technology  
The device serving people in danger is built using the smart phone applications, Bluetooth transmitter and receiver and microcontroller (Kiel micro vision).  ...  Objective: The main objective is to develop a smart device, which is integrated in order to help the aged people during the time of medical emergency situations using Internet of Things (IoT).  ...  Chung 6 described that for smart living, interactive applications are increasingly important especially on interaction of people and the environment.  ... 
doi:10.17485/ijst/2016/v9i6/69545 fatcat:j4rhurwwn5dhffkar4sd4aixqm

Integrated Wireless Technologies for Smart Homes Applications [chapter]

Mahmoud A., Jeedella S.
2010 Smart Home Systems  
Interacting with individual devices and appliances can introduce a basic level of intelligence to the home environment.  ...  It creates the required smart features that allow flexible interaction between the user and the environment.  ...  Smart homes are intelligent environments that interact dynamically and respond readily in an adaptive manner to the needs of the occupants and changes in the ambient conditions.  ... 
doi:10.5772/8412 fatcat:qr4im37lg5dozpj5zxlun5vyla

Integrating Handhelds into Environments of Cooperating Smart Everyday Objects [chapter]

Frank Siegemund, Tobias Krauer
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper shows how smart objects can obtain access to such resources by spontaneously exploiting the capabilities of nearby mobile user devices.  ...  Smart objects then outsource computations to handhelds and thereby gain access to their resources.  ...  in future smart environments.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-30473-9_16 fatcat:agbj54ush5enljtixy34664qfy

Bluemergency: Mediating Post-disaster Communication Systems using the Internet of Things and Bluetooth Mesh [article]

Flor Álvarez, Lars Almon, Hauke Radtki, Matthias Hollick
2019 arXiv   pre-print
Mobile devices have shown to be very useful during and post disaster.  ...  Since the Bluetooth Mesh standard is backwards compatible to Bluetooth 4.0, most of todays mobile devices can join such a network.  ...  These networks can support up to feasibility of using this standard in smart home control systems 32767 devices, and a maximum of 128 hops are possible. An [12], or for smart cities [13], etc.  ... 
arXiv:1909.08094v1 fatcat:kmsapijbrjfyzl2iypamm5br4e
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