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From implicit to touching interaction: RFID and NFC approaches
Intelligent environments need interactions capable of detecting users and providing them with goodquality contextual information. In this sense we adapt technologies identifying and locating people adjusting their requirements. ...
Identification technologies to support Alzheimer contexts
Alzheimer's disease makes great demands on care by assistants, due to the fact that they cannot distract their attention from patients while they are at the same time managing records. For that reason, technologies to ...
Enabling NFC technology to support activities in an Alzheimer's day center
Alzheimer's patients need a large amount of varied types of attention by carers, due to the disorders of memory and orientation they present. Knowledge about the particular state of each individual day-care patient is ...
A Systematic Review for Mobile Monitoring Solutions in M-Health
A systematic review allows us to identify, assess, and interpret all possible relevant work associated with a question in particular or the subject of an area. Different authors can use several methodologies to learn about ...
Services through NFC technology in AmI Environment
The use of Near Field Communications technology in AmI environments is a further step in achieving our particular proposal of the vision of Ubiquitous Computing and Ambient Intelligence. This work explores the single use ...
Enabling NFC technology to public services
Ambient Intelligent are usually emerged in contexts like health, education, business and so on. However there are not many researches focusing on social aspects as public administrations. In these kinds of contexts, ...