Requirements for the Deployment of Sensor Based Recognition Systems for Ambient Assistive Living
The deployment, replication and adaptation of sensor environments at various scales and for various purposes is one of the challenges academia as well as industry are faced with today. Individual user requirements, the heterogeneity of devices, the often non-standardized communication protocols in addition to proprietary-related aspects are just some of the problems, which must be addressed in order to establish flexible, efficient and maybe most importantly, cost-effective smart environments that are capable to facilitate Ambient Assisted Living (AAL). This paper discusses some of the requirements for the design and deployment of activity recognition systems and also addresses some of the problems that arose during the replication and adaptation of such a system along with a reflection on the lessons learnt.
Citation : Biswas J., Baumgarten, M., Tolstikov, A., Phyo Wai, A.A., Nugent, C., Chen, L. (2010) Requirements for the Deployment of Sensor Based Recognition Systems for Ambient Assistive Living. In: Lee, Y. et al. (eds.) Aging Friendly Technology for Health and Independence. ICOST 2010. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 6159. Berlin: Springer, pp.218-221
ISBN : 9783642137778
Research Group : CIIRG
Research Institute : Cyber Technology Institute (CTI)
Peer Reviewed : Yes