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Premio Cenacolo Il progetto MobiLife
Il progetto MobiLife
Luca Galli
Premio Cenacolo
15 Novembre 2004
Contenuti
Introduzione
Ambient Intelligence: paradigma e riferimenti
Il progetto MobiLife
Visione, obiettivi e struttura
“How to make friends by telephone”
From “Contact Sheet” blog, http://www.contactsheet.org
Marc Weiser: Ubiquitous Computing
Mainframe era
Sharing scarce resources
PC era
You have your computer, it contains your stuff
Most analogous to the automobile
(remember McLuhan “Mechanical Bride”)
The Internet and the distributed computing paradigm
Ubiquitous computing era
Computers embedded in everyday objects
Bring IT beyond the enterprise or organizational domains to the
little annoyances of daily life
Where is the nearest free parking lot? Where are my keys? ....
Calm technology
ISTAG: Ambient Intelligence
Information Society Technologies
today
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“Ambient Intelligence” tomorrow
PC based …………………………………………………
• “Our surrounding” is the interface
Driven by professional use ……………………….• Personalised and for all users
“Keyboard and screen” ……………………………• Technology is almost invisible
“Writing and reading” ……………………………..• Use all senses, intuitive
Low bandwidth ……………………………………….
• Infinite bandwidth and performance
Mobile telephony (voice) …………………………• Mobile/Wireless full multimedia
e-Services are just emerging …………………….• Wide adoption of e-health, e-learning
Steep usage learning curve ………………………• Laid-back mode of interaction
“World” based information search …………… • Context-based knowledge handling
Low level utilisation of possibilities …………. • Take full advantage of potential
Only 5% of global population on-line ……….. • >70% of world wide population on line
From Airaghi, A. (2002): New Frontiers for the Information Society: The Ambient Intelligence Perspective
Personal sphere
From end-user devices to
personal networking systems
Dynamic reconfiguration,
according to user preferences
and available resources
Users involvment when it is
really needed
Supportive, easy-to-use
Multi-modal, interoperable,
synchronized
First glimpses
PN-Personal Networks concepts,
solutions...
Bluetooth, wristop computers, ...
From WWRF (2001) Book of Visions; Picture: Suunto
Group perspective
Fully support group-based activities and relationships
Family, friends, co-workers
Sharing
Media users as producers and “broadcasters”
Local interaction via Personal Networks
Free messaging / content sharing over Bluetooth
Novel models for copyright (e.g. Creative Commons)
Novel models for privacy & trust
Not only person-to-content communication but also
person-to-person
Manage anonimity / pseudonimity
Address special needs of groups
and mobile usage
Context as physical conditions...
Identity, spatial information
Location, orientation, speed and
acceleration
Temporal information
Time of the day, date and
season of the year
Environmental information
Temperature, air quality and light
or noise level
Resources that are nearby, availability
Accessible devices and hosts
Battery, display, network and bandwidth
Physiological measurements
Blood pressure, heart rate, respiration rate,
muscle activity and tone of voice
Pictures: Nokia; Polar
...and context as a social situation
Explore relationships and daily activities
Who are you with, and people that are nearby
Talking, walking, and running, schedules and agenda settings
Evolving social networks
From eBay through Linkedin and friends-oriented platforms
Mobile social software and services
Pictures: dodgeball.com
Contenuti
Introduzione
Ambient Intelligence: paradigma e riferimenti
Il progetto MobiLife
Visione, obiettivi e struttura
Neos
Life Goes Mobile with MobiLife
IST-511607
Vision and Challenges
Vision: Mobile &
wireless applications
and services become
everyday things
People shift between
different (blurring) roles in
participating different groups,
using multiple devices
with different modalities
over different networks
MobiLife Overview
All photos © Nokia
Challenge: How to help
people, especially
families, in making their
everyday life easier
Life Goes Mobile with MobiLife
Roles of Mobile Individual
IST-511607
Professional Role
Family Member/Social Role
“Enterprise VPN”
“Family VPN”
Work/Life
Balance
Spatial
Solutions
& Smart
Materials
Well-being
& Social
Aspects
eLearning
Environments
Inhouse Proximity
Neighborhood Proximity
Community/Citizen Role
eVoting
eGovernment services
MobiLife Overview
City
Society
Living Logistics
& Maintenance
mCommerce
& Identification
Consumer Role
mShopping
mLocationing
Life Goes Mobile with MobiLife
IST-511607
Strategic Goal and High-Level Objectives
Bring
Bringadvances
advancesin
inmobile
mobileapplications
applicationsand
andservices
services
within
withinthe
thereach
reachof
of users
usersin
intheir
their everyday
everydaylife
life
by
byinnovating
innovatingand
anddeploying
deployingnew
newapplications
applicationsand
andservices
services
based
basedon
onthe
theevolving
evolvingcapabilities
capabilitiesof
of3G
3Gsystems
systemsand
andbeyond
beyond
R&D
R&Dnew
newapplications,
applications,
services
servicesand
andframeworks
frameworks
R&D
R&Denabling
enablingtechnologies
technologiesfor
for
applications
applicationsand
andservices
services
Explore
Exploreand
andremove
removehurdles
hurdles
between
betweenservice
servicedevelopment
development
and
anddeployment
deployment
Integrate
Integrateand
andexploit
exploitexisting
existing
and
andnew
newservice
servicecomponents,
components,
service
serviceenablers
enablersand
andtechnologies
technologies
Demonstrate
Demonstrateand
anddisseminate
disseminate
MobiLife Overview
Life Goes Mobile with MobiLife
IST-511607
Example: Personal Life Management
Communication
⇒ Keep in touch - Instant access
⇒ Proactive - Like a wrist watch
Personal decision making
⇒ Where am I? What am I doing
here?
⇒ Decision making on the spot
Life management
⇒ Where I should be?
⇒ Family calendars,
personal preferences, …
Well-Being
⇒ Sports equipment
⇒ Training programs
⇒ Weight watching
Communities
⇒ On-line communities to share experiences and receive guidance
Also: Public services
MobiLife Overview
Life Goes Mobile with MobiLife
IST-511607
Technical Viability and User Acceptance
“Self-awareness”
People shift between different
roles in participating different
groups, using multiple devices
with different modalities over
different networks
BAN – Body Area Network
• Bluetooth, RFID, sensors, …
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Local environment
•
Automatic configuration
arrangement of devices, services,
and local connectivity
•
Automatic and multi-modal
interfaces
“Group-awareness”
PAN – Personal Area Network
• Bluetooth, WLAN, …
•
Context and presence support
•
Novel privacy and trust models
“World-awareness”
•
WAN – Wide Area Network
•
3G, B3G, WLAN, *DSL, …
Communication Spheres
MobiLife Overview
Automatic support for seamless
access to and delivery of services
across different domains
Life Goes Mobile with MobiLife
User Centricity
IST-511607
Regul./
Governm.
Operators
End-Users
Networks
& Systems
Manufact.
Terminal
Manufact.
Service &
Application
Providers
CrossIndustry
Players
Content
Providers
”Users” are not just end-users
Challenge and target: to create real interaction
between user research and product development
User centricity to influence the whole process
MobiLife Overview
Look at the world from
the user perspective!
Try to understand the
user needs,
how these needs can be
transferred to
technological and nontechnological
requirements,and
how the product
development process
can be elaborated to
iteratively and
interactively take those
needs and requirments
into account.
Life Goes Mobile with MobiLife
Through Evolution and Revolution
Convergence
Evolution
Revolution
IST-511607
Existing
Existing
“Mass-Market”
“Mass-Market”
Environments
Environments
Advanced
AdvancedExisting
Existing
and
Near
Future
and Near Future
Environments
Environments
Technologies
User
Needs
Business
Models
Non-Existing
Non-Existing
Further
FurtherFuture
Future
Environments
Environments
Future
FutureCommunication
CommunicationSystems
Systems
MobiLife Overview
New value constellations
New players
Old players in new roles
Life Goes Mobile with MobiLife
IST-511607
Refining
Refiningthe
the
concepts
concepts
Different Innovation Cycles
Short cycles – up to ~ a year
Services
Creating
Creating
concepts
concepts
Platforms
Medium cycles – several years
Networks
Creating
Creating
concept
conceptideas
ideas
Understanding
Understanding
users
users
Long cycles – up to ~ a decade
MobiLife Overview
Radio
Systems B3G in operation
Validation
Validation
with
withusers
users
Wireless World Initiative (WWI)
IST-511607
www.wireless-world-initiative.org
WWI: Around 100
organisations from
dozens of countries to
lay foundations for
the long-term future
of global wireless
communications.
WWI Steering Board
WWI Coordination Team
User requirements
System architecture
Operability
MobiLife
AN
WINNER
E2R
S4ALL
Resilience
MOCCA
Quality of Service
Security and trust
Validation
Reconfigurability
WWI Cross Issues
Apps &
Services
Networks
Radio
Current WWI Integrated Projects
MobiLife Overview
Reconfig.
Liaisons etc.
Life Goes Mobile with MobiLife
Partners
IST-511607
Netherlands
Sweden
Telematica
Ericsson
UK
Motorola
University of Surrey
NEC Europe (site: Ger)
France
Alcatel, Motorola
Finland
Suunto, Elisa
University of Helsinki
Helsinki U of Technology
Nokia, Ericsson
Germany
FOKUS
University of Kassel
DoCoMo Eurolabs
Poland
BellStream
Coordination:
Nokia
App. own. & SMEs:
5
Operators:
3
Manufacturers:
8
Academia:
6
Countries:
9
Partners:
22
MobiLife Overview
Czech Rep.
Italy
NEOS
Hewlett-Packard
Siemens
Telecom Italia (TILab)
UNIS
www.ist
-mobilife.org
www.ist-mobilife.org
Contact Information
IST-511607
Project Manager:
Dr Mika Klemettinen, Research Manager
Nokia Corporation / Nokia Research Center
Address:
Street:
Phone:
Email:
P.O.Box 407, FIN-00045 Nokia Group, Finland
Itämerenkatu 11-13, FIN-00180 Helsinki, Finland
+358 7180 36661 (fixed), +358 50 48 36661 (mobile)
[email protected]
Technical Manager:
Jukka T. Salo, Senior Research Manager
Nokia Corporation / Nokia Research Center
Address:
Street:
Phone:
Email:
P.O.Box 407, FIN-00045 Nokia Group, Finland
Itämerenkatu 11-13, FIN-00180 Helsinki, Finland
+358 7180 30619 (fixed), +358 40 54 61392 (mobile)
[email protected]
MobiLife Overview
Grazie!
Luca Galli – [email protected]

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