IoT Interface for Healthcare applications

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Konstantinos Michalakis, John Aliprantis, George Caridakis: Intelligent Visual Interface with the Internet of Things​. In: 2017.

Abstract

Communication between users and physical objects and sensors through the web within the Internet of Things framework, requires by definition the capability to perceive the sensors and the underlying information and services. Visualization of the Things in IoT is thus a requirement for natural interaction between users and IoT instances in the upcoming but steadily established computing paradigm. The immense quantity of sensors and variety of usable information introduces the need to intelligently filter and adapt the respective information sources and layers. Current work proposes an architecture that supports intelligent interaction between users and the IoT addressing the intelligent perception requirement described earlier. On the one hand, sensory visualization is tackled via Augmented Reality layers of sensors and information and on the other hand context and location awareness enhance the system by providing usable in the respective senses information.

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@article{Michalakis2017b,
title = {Intelligent Visual Interface with the Internet of Things​},
author = {Konstantinos Michalakis and John Aliprantis and George Caridakis},
url = {http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=3038452},
year  = {2017},
date = {2017-03-13},
abstract = {Communication between users and physical objects and sensors through the web within the Internet of Things framework, requires by definition the capability to perceive the sensors and the underlying information and services. Visualization of the Things in IoT is thus a requirement for natural interaction between users and IoT instances in the upcoming but steadily established computing paradigm. The immense quantity of sensors and variety of usable information introduces the need to intelligently filter and adapt the respective information sources and layers. Current work proposes an architecture that supports intelligent interaction between users and the IoT addressing the intelligent perception requirement described earlier. On the one hand, sensory visualization is tackled via Augmented Reality layers of sensors and information and on the other hand context and location awareness enhance the system by providing usable in the respective senses information.},
keywords = {Augmented Reality, Internet of Things},
pubstate = {published},
tppubtype = {article}
}