1. Ubiquitous Multimedia Computing:TrendsMarco V. Ferruzca10th March 10Universidad de Carabobo 2. AimTo establish a common UMC concept useful to our daily practice.An overview of ubiquitous multimedia computing trends.An overview of ICT-Policy Support Programe in EU.An overview of our experience in the UMC.DiscussionUbiquitous computing conceptUMC TrendsUMC Deployment in EUState of art (in the house)What’s next? 3. Ubiquitous Multimedia Computing:A post-desktop model of human-computer interaction…Pervasive computingAmbient intelligencePhysical computingThe Internet of ThingsHaptic computingThings that think) 4. Trendsm-HealthUM ServicesContext Awareness for…Multimedia DB for…Mobile Internet ApplicationsModeling and ProcessingLocation-based ServicesPervasive, Interactiveand P2P systemsSecurity IssuesUser Interface)Trends in Ubiquitous Multimedia Computing. International Journal of Multimedia and Ubiquitous EngineeringVol. 4, No. 2, April, 2009Maria R. Lee andTsungTeng Chen 5. m-HealthHealth Information SystemsUC in healthcareClinical Decision SupportPatient Access Medical RecordTelemedicineComputarized Patient RecordSmart House for ElderlyHome TelemonitoringWearable Systems for healthcare applications…) 6. Ubiquitous MultimediaServices:Ubiquitous Information SystemsMobile-Stationary SystemsNomadic SupportAccelerometryDisaster Management) 7. Context-AwarenessContext-awareness applicationsIntelligent decision-makingContext management services Context-aware adaptive information system 8. More trendsContent-based image retrievalAdaptative hypermediaWeb messagingInternet-based store and forward video home telehealth systemUbiquitous web servicesDevices and sensors in UMCUser’s preferences for UMCIn/Outdoor user interfacesDistributed user interfaces for clinical UC applications 9. ICT-Policy SupportPrograme(European Union 2007-2013)“Ensuring the best use and uptake of (ICT) by EU citizens, businesses and administrations is one of the key objectives of the i2010 strategic framework…”http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/activities/ict_psp/index_en.htm 10. ICT-PSP Projects:Sociable “will pilot a radically new ICT based approach for integrated support of mental activity, as well as boosting of social interaction for individuals that have been diagnosed to suffer from mild dementia. SOCIABLE will integrate human support and care services offered by care centres and specialized/expert operators.Technology: (a) Novel perceptive mixed reality interfaces based on multi-touch surfaces(b) An open platform for cognitive training games development, which allows the flexible creation and customization of cognitive training games (c) “Profiling” and social “matching” capabilities boosting social networking and interaction between aged individuals.”http://www.sociable-project.eu/ 11. ICT-PSP Projects:Dreaming: ElDeRly-friEndly Alarm handling and MonitorING“…brings together a set of services which, packaged together, allow extending the independent life of elderly people while providing them with an equivalent level of safety as that they would enjoy in a protected environment such as an elderly home, and offering them a way of staying in touch with their loved ones even when the latter are away.”http://www.dreaming-project.org/index.php 12. ICT-PSP WP 2010 - Digital Libraries– ICT for health and inclusion– Open innovation for future Internet-enabled services in smart cities– ICT for improved public services for citizens and businesseshttp://ec.europa.eu/information_society/activities/ict_psp/participating/calls/call_proposals_10/index_en.htm 13. ICT-PSP WP 2010 - Digital Libraries– ICT for health and inclusion– Open innovation for future Internet-enabled services in smart cities– ICT for improved public services for citizens and businesseshttp://ec.europa.eu/information_society/activities/ict_psp/participating/calls/call_proposals_10/index_en.htm 14. SMART CITIESThree major elementsA network of Open Innovation Ecosystems - Early user engagement in the innovation process Smart living 15. Open smart city platforms 16. Mobile and location-based services 17. Broadband and high-speed networks 18. Internet of Things including sensor networks and RFID 19. Advanced protocols and standards (e.g. IPv6) 20. Security and privacy management systems 21. Multimodal interfaces and 3D technologies 22. Modelling and simulationhttp://ec.europa.eu/information_society/activities/ict_psp/index_en.htm 23. Where are we?e-parke-cognitione-tonacismae-frene-disELSWF Mobile HPMNatural Interaction (AR) 24. What’s next?To take advantage of our experience for designingindoor and outdoor ubiquitous multimedia solutions in the e-health, e-learning and e-management sectors…To do’s:- m-health solutions- Sensors and natural interfaces- Mixed reality- Context-Awareness applications- Adaptative systemse-parke-cognitione-tonacismaELSe-frene-disNatural Interaction (AR)WF Mobile HPM 25. COLSWhat’s next?To take advantage of our experience for designingindoor and outdoor ubiquitous multimedia solutions in the e-health, e-learning and e-management sectors…To do’s:- m-health solutions- Sensors and natural interfaces- Mixed reality- Context-Awareness applications- Adaptative systemsHealthManagementEducation 26. 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1. Ubiquitous Multimedia Computing:TrendsMarco V. Ferruzca10th March 10Universidad de Carabobo 2. AimTo establish a common UMC concept useful to our daily practice.An overview…