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What are the opportunities for sensor technology?
Small and medium enterprises and other institutions will benefit from the use of new technologies that measure people’s activities. The ‘Smart Systems for Smart Services’ project meets their demand for detailed information in this area.

  1. Market Analysis: this project investigates which sensing software and systems are currently available and which may be available on the international market in the future – and how they can be implemented by (participating) small and medium enterprises within different contexts (home, indoors and outdoors).
  2. Research in new sensing technology applications: investigating the kinds of intelligent interactive systems and services that could be developed based on these newly available technologies.
  3. Research on acceptance of the new interactive systems by so-called end-users (e.g. elderly suffering from dementia, or consumers). In which cases the technology plays a supporting role to the primary care process in healthcare institutions and in which cases it is complimentary to advertising in public spaces will be tested. Additionally, we will consider when the technology may infringe upon the privacy of these end users.

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Publications

Using an interactive model for designing public displays

( 2013 ) Marije Kanis, Chantal Steur, Wouter Kievit, Steven Versluis, Duane Blaauw, Marcel Bolten & Mettina Veenstra Proceedings of Geodesign Summit Europe 2013 download

How lonely is your grandma? Detecting the visits to assisted living elderly from wireless sensor network data

( 2013 ) Ahmed Nait Aicha, Gwenn Englebienne & Ben Kröse Adjunct proceedings of UbiComp '13 download

Longitudinal residential ambient monitoring: Correlating sensor data to functional health status

( 2013 ) Saskia Robben & Ben Krose Proceedings of Pervasive Health'13 download

Identifying and visualizing relevant deviations in longitudinal sensor patterns for care professionals

( 2013 ) Saskia Robben, Mario Boot, Marije Kanis & Ben Kröse Pervasive Health'13 International workshop on lifelogging for pervasive health download

Sensor monitoring in the home: Giving voice to elderly people

( 2013 ) Marije Kanis, Saskia Robben, Judith Hagen, Anne Bimmerman, Natasja Wagelaar & Ben Kröse Proceedings of Pervasive Health '13 download

Reducing dementia related wandering behaviour with an interactive wall

( 2012 ) Saskia Robben, Kyra Bergman, Sven Haitjema, Yannick de Lange & Ben Kröse Proceedings of AmI'12 download

Designing persuasive interactive environments: A hands-on workshop to explore interactivity and persuasion in design

( 2012 ) Marco Rozendaal, Aadjan van der Helm, Walter Aprile, Arnold Vermeeren, Tilde Bekker, Marije Kanis & Wouter Middendorf Proceedings of AmI'12 download

The garden: choice and temptation

( 2012 ) Tim van Oosterhout AMI'12 workshop on Designing persuasive interactive environments (position paper) download

Living Labs as educational tool for ambient intelligence

( 2012 ) Ben Krose, Mettina Veenstra, Saskia Robben & Marije Kanis Proceedings of AmI'12 download

How is grandma doing? Predicting functional health status from binary ambient sensor data

( 2012 ) Saskia Robben, Gwen Englebienne, Margriet Pol & Ben Kröse Proceedings of Artificial Intelligence for Gerontechnology '12 download

Co-design in real-world settings for addressing varying community needs

( 2012 ) Marije Kanis United we act. A scoping study and a symposium on connected communities, Joelle Bitton, Andrea Cavaco, Layla Gaye & Ben Jones (Eds)

Visualizing ambient user experiences: Any how

( 2012 ) Marije Kanis, Saskia Robben, Mettina Veenstra & Ben Kröse Proceedings of Workshop on Crafting urban camouflage, DIS 2012, New Castle, UK download

Miniature play: Using an interactive dollhouse to demonstrate ambient interactions in the home

( 2012 ) Marije Kanis, Saskia Robben & Ben Kröse Proceedings of DIS '12 download

ITour: Using ambient intelligence to support tourism

( 2012 ) Sean Alizadeh, Marije Kanis & Mettina Veenstra Proceedings of Measuring behavior '12 download

Studying screen interactions long-term: The library as a case

( 2012 ) Marije Kanis, Maarten Groen, Wouter Meys & Mettina Veenstra Proceedings of International Symposium on Pervasive Displays (PerDis 2012) download

Ambient monitoring from an elderly-centred design perspective: What, who and how

( 2011 ) Marije Kanis, Sean Alizadeh, Jesse Groen, Milad Khalili, Saskia Robben, Sander Bakkes & Ben Kröse Proceedings of AmI'11 download

Beyond advertising: Large displays for supporting people’s needs and activities in public space

( 2011 ) Mettina Veenstra, Marije Kanis, Maarten Groen, Wouter Meys & Wout Slakhorst CHI'11 Workshop on Large displays in urban life download

BiebBeep: an interactive screen for supporting public Library 2.0 information and social services

( 2011 ) Marije Kanis, Wouter Meys, Mettina Veenstra, Maarten Groen & Wout Slakhorst CHI'11 Extended abstracts download

Telemonitoring for assisted living residences: The medical specialists' view

( 2011 ) Sean Alizadeh, Sander Bakkes, Marije Kanis, Marijn Rijken & Ben Kröse Proceedings of Med-e-Tel'11 download

Handboek schermen in de publieke ruimte: van intentie tot gebruik

( 2014 ) Mettina Veenstra & Niels Wouters (red). Met bijdragen van Marcel Bolten, Marco van Hout, Hans ter Burg, Bert Pinkster, Marije Kanis, Denisse Iglesias, et al.

New approaches for engaging seniors in pervasive technology design (workshop cards)

( 2014 ) Marije Kanis, et al. Proceedings of CHI 2014 Workshop on Participatory design for people with cognitive and sensory impairments download

Slimme systemen voor de toekomst

( 2014 ) Marije Kanis & Ben Kröse download