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Connected Car: Quantified Self becomes Quantified Car

Melanie Swan
2015 Journal of Sensor and Actuator Networks  
The automotive industry could be facing a situation of profound change and opportunity in the coming decades.  ...  This paper explores the automotive connected world, and describes five killer QS (Quantified Self)-auto sensor applications that link quantified-self sensors (sensors that measure the personal biometrics  ...  Killer App #4: Keyless Authentication A fourth killer app for QS-auto sensors is keyless authentication.  ... 
doi:10.3390/jsan4010002 fatcat:oj2xr24bmjgt3nyqjbabyucpma

Evolution and Impact of Wi-Fi Technology and Applications: A Historical Perspective

Kaveh Pahlavan, Prashant Krishnamurthy
2020 International Journal of Wireless Information Networks  
became more broadly adopted by cellular phone and wireless sensor networking industries.  ...  The IEEE 802.11 standard for wireless local area networking (WLAN), commercially known as Wi-Fi, has become a necessity in our day-to-day life.  ...  From the networking point of view in that era, engineers were searching for wiring solutions for the growing market of these devices to connect them with minimal effort.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10776-020-00501-8 fatcat:xn5rv2tglfhozhojfcxep35s2y

The Future of Personal Area Networks in a Ubiquitous Computing World

Dennis Viehland, Fei Zhao
2010 International Journal of Advanced Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing  
In the future world of ubiquitous computing, wireless devices will be everywhere.  ...  Personal area networks (PANs), networks that facilitate communications between devices within a short range, will be used to send and receive data and commands that fulfill an individual's needs.  ...  For example, in a static sensor network, the overall range can be extended by positioning more sensors in wider areas.  ... 
doi:10.4018/japuc.2010040102 fatcat:w65atjv7xfbixndgx7e2ljcek4

Internet of Things Business Models

Hubert C. Y. Chan
2015 Journal of Service Science and Management  
The model consists of three dimensions: "Who, Where, and Why". "Who" describes collaborating partners, which builds the "Value Network".  ...  "Where" describes sources of value co-creation rooted in the layer model of digitized objects, and "Why" describes how partners benefit from collaborating within the value network.  ...  In S-D logic, the traditional firm-centric view is replaced by a network-centric view.  ... 
doi:10.4236/jssm.2015.84056 fatcat:mifcw3l46fextcg4dvkvun3zca

INTERNET OF THINGS BUSINESS MODELS [chapter]

Hubert C.Y. Chan
2016 Internet of Things and Data Analytics Handbook  
The model consists of three dimensions: "Who, Where, and Why". "Who" describes collaborating partners, which builds the "Value Network".  ...  "Where" describes sources of value co-creation rooted in the layer model of digitized objects, and "Why" describes how partners benefit from collaborating within the value network.  ...  In S-D logic, the traditional firm-centric view is replaced by a network-centric view.  ... 
doi:10.1002/9781119173601.ch45 fatcat:xy5hf4yw35dwjo34ptnm6h3nrm

Subcutaneous body area networks: A SWOT analysis

P. A. Catherwood, D.D. Finlay, J.A.D. McLaughlin
2015 2015 IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society (ISTAS)  
However, the technology would be a target for hackers and would likely result in more violent robberies and forceful ID removal.  ...  Such subcutaneous sensor technology releases citizens from the multitude of portable computing devices, keys, wallets, passes, etc.  ...  Such problems include concerns over what data these systems are recording, how secure are they from hackers, where the data is being stored, what the data is being used for and by whom.  ... 
doi:10.1109/istas.2015.7439414 dblp:conf/istas/CatherwoodFM15 fatcat:7r5julcjkbdp7byk3xvaqwwajm

Mobile Broadband and Implications for Broadband Competition and Adoption

William Lehr
2009 Social Science Research Network  
the likely implications of mobile broadband will be for broadband service markets and for the dynamics of broadband service competition and, therefore, broadband adoption.  ...  This analysis confirms the conclusion that mobile broadband will drive growth and provide a stimulus for innovation and investment for broadband infrastructure and the Internet overall.  ...  Offsetting these comparative disadvantages, however, mobile broadband services will offer the important killer app functionality of 'mobility' in all of its flavors.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2446011 fatcat:t6f3e2uv25cgvi6du4ray6won4

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2021 2021 8th International Conference on Signal Processing and Integrated Networks (SPIN)  
Riding on the success of its past conference over several unique themes and critical acclaims, I am immensely ecstatic to inform you that Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering,  ...  doing for over two decades by working with industry.  ...  Special thanks go to our Technical Co-Sponsor IEEE UP Section for all the publication support, IEEE Council on RFID, and IEEE Antenna and Propagation Society for the financial support.  ... 
doi:10.1109/spin52536.2021.9566036 fatcat:lqouc55mcfe4dnxx6cgwcbkt7y

Content is not King

Andrew Odlyzko
2000 Social Science Research Network  
Even on the Internet, content is not as important as is often claimed, since it is email that is still the true "killer app."  ...  For the wired Internet, the secondary role of content will likely mean that the dangers of balkanization are smaller than is often feared.  ...  Even a decade ago, before the Web, email typically accounted for under 10% of Internet volume. Yet email has been and continues to be the real "killer app" of the Internet.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.235282 fatcat:bi3v65ojtrgfvjok7h2a2tu2uu

Network Organization and Governance [chapter]

2018 CRC Handbook of Modern Telecommunications  
This is Columbus in the New World. What was his ROI? -Andy Grove, Intel Chairman New technologies are emerging every day. Some of these technologies may become a killer app for e-commerce.  ...  It summarizes several of the leading wireless sensor mote devices used for research and industry. The sensor nodes are commonly designed for specific applications.  ...  Considerations for the Implementation View After we determine the why, what, and how of a system, we finally come to the "with what" questions of the architecture.  ... 
doi:10.1201/9781420078084-9 fatcat:eyixyd27nzbmthwoqybadgqz2e

M2M: From mobile to embedded internet

Geng Wu, S Talwar, K Johnsson, N Himayat, K D Johnson
2011 IEEE Communications Magazine  
ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors would like to thank Geoff Weaver and Boyd Bangerter of Intel Labs for their technology insights and valuable comments.  ...  The M2M industry needs to leverage existing vertical market solutions, design platforms that horizontalize the market, and avoid the narrow solutions that come from chasing "killer apps."  ...  There are also profound economic motivations for the wireless industry to aggressively pursue M2M.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2011.5741144 fatcat:etwpmoubpzeydggr75vyufqkpq

European smart home market development: Public views on technical and economic aspects across the United Kingdom, Germany and Italy

Nazmiye Balta-Ozkan, Benjamin Boteler, Oscar Amerighi
2014 Energy Research & Social Science  
Smart homes will enable the new services and capabilities offered via smart grids and smart cities to be realized by householders.  ...  will the benefits of smart homes become clear to the consumer.  ...  Acknowledgements The study presented here is funded by E.ON SE as part of The International Research Initiative 2012, titled 'Consumer preferences for smart homes: a comparative study between the United  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.erss.2014.07.007 fatcat:imxlqfwnwvee5i75wh5sjl676q

Agents, Mobility, and M-services: Creating the Next Generation Applications and Infrastructure on Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks [chapter]

Anupam Joshi, Timothy Finin, Yelena Yesha
2002 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
With the advent of third generation wireless infrastructure, and the simultaneous emergence of pervasive connectivity for all devices based on Bluetooth like systems for ad-hoc networks, a new vista is  ...  open for research in the area of mobile systems.  ...  Mobile Commerce (M-Commerce) in particular was declared as the "killer app" driving the wireless revolution.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-36257-6_10 fatcat:6gbbzoyccjdvllijtnjfqkhfom

5G PPP Architecture Working Group - View on 5G Architecture, Version 4.0

Anastasius Gavras, Ömer Bulakci, Marco Gramaglia, Marius Iordache, Mir Ghoraishi, Antonio Garcia, Tezcan Cogalan, Jesús Gutiérrez, Anna Tzanakaki, Dan Warren, Xi Li, Giada Landi (+4 others)
2021 Zenodo  
This effort serves not only to review the current state of the art, but also to identify promising trends towards the next generation of mobile and wireless communication networks, namely, 6G.  ...  industries, also known as verticals, the long-term evolution of the 5G technologies and the service-specific features.  ...  What becomes apparent from the holistic view on the E2E communication between UEs and services hosted in Data Networks (DN) is that a 5G system has full control over resources on the 3GPP access network  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5155657 fatcat:xbjiccshe5cnvfurrh345dynue

The Implications of Video Peer-to-Peer on Network Usage [chapter]

Kevin Werbach
2008 Peer-to-Peer Video  
Monitoring and Sensors The final category of video P2P usage may ultimately be the largest in terms of bits, even though much of the content will never actually be viewed.  ...  With inexpensive networked video cameras widely deployed, the mere possibility than what they record will be of interest will be enough.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-76450-4_4 fatcat:rjkyvsjlgrfopju6vpz5iagvl4
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