Our homes anticipate when we want to wake up. Our computers predict what music we want to buy. Our cars adapt to the way we drive. In todayas world, even washing machines, rice cookers and toys have the capability of autonomous decision-making. As we grow accustomed to computing power embedded in our surroundings, it becomes clear that these asmart environmentsa, with a number of devices controlled by a coordinating system capable of aambient intelligencea, will play an ever larger role in our lives. This handbook provides readers with comprehensive, up-to-date coverage in what is a key technological field. . Systematically dealing with each aspect of ambient intelligence and smart environments, the text covers everything, from visual information capture and human/computer interaction to multi-agent systems, network use of sensor data, and building more rationality into artificial systems. The book also details a wide range of applications, examines case studies of recent major projects from around the world, and analyzes both the likely impact of the technology on our lives, and its ethical implications. With a wide variety of separate disciplines all conducting research relevant to this field, this handbook encourages collaboration between disparate researchers by setting out the fundamental concepts from each area that are relevant to ambient intelligence and smart environments, providing a fertile soil in which ground-breaking new work candevelop.The project was continued up to the au-Drug total management system construction projecta in 2007. Through ... An RFID-tag auto-labeling system was introduced to pharmacy factories. ... 14 Busan City u-healthcare project service diagram.
|Title||:||Handbook of Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments|
|Author||:||Hideyuki Nakashima, Hamid Aghajan, Juan Carlos Augusto|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2009-10-01|