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Mobile Sensing - technologies, applications, and services

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Mobile phones are transforming into trusted personal devices or mobile multimedia computers that have capabilities to interact with the local environment via embedded short range radios, sensors, cameras, and advanced audio functionality. At the same time, these mobile computers will function both as a server for global/local internet services and as a client for global internet services. Thus mobile multimedia computers can serve as gateways that connects local measured information and global internet based services. The mobile multimedia computers create a versatile platform for sensing, computing and secure communication. Sensors are an important enabling technology for user interface and several applications and services in mobile communication. Implentation and architecture of sensors in the mobile multimedia computers are discussed. The latest technologies for short range radios, such as Wibree and RFID technologies, are reviewed. The consumer and enterprise applications and services based sensing and communication are presented. Finally, Nokia’s latest initiatives in sensor network research, Nokia Sensor Planet, and in nanotechnologies are discussed.

This talk is part of the Horizon: A Sensory World. Novel Sensor Technologies and Applications series.

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