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  • testing:funtionalityscalability and dimensioning stress testing: applyautomaticusagepattern (e.g.browsing, photo download, …) and stability Response times …Implementation and experimentalvalidation of VPAN solutiononlargescale test infrastructure (multcore/multiprocessor environment enablinglargenetworktopologies)
  • Advanced functionality testing by test users related to the project prior to install the equipment in a real-life environment with real test users. Real users don’t like bugs and interventions to fix bugs
  • Size of the test: 4 rooms, 7 elderly peopleShould be technologically stableStrong support required from care takers, family, friends, …Elderly people do not understand that you shows family pictures on a televisionThey like it very much when it is onNice to have interaction with ‘visitors’: subject to talk about (my grand-sun did …)Also interesting for occupational therapyTECHNICAL: 2 remote controls to be integrated in one PRACTICAL ISSUES: Expectations of the stakeholders are high ! They always want more (e.g. the Rest Home would like a full rollout Should work (they have not much patienceSmall scale field trial using iLab.t infrastructure. User research (interviews) to evaluate the usability & acceptance of the solution, to identify weak points
  • Size of the test: 4 rooms, 7 elderly peopleShould be technologically stableStrong support required from care takers, family, friends, …Elderly people do not understand that you shows family pictures on a televisionThey like it very much when it is onNice to have interaction with ‘visitors’: subject to talk about (my grand-sun did …)Also interesting for occupational therapyTECHNICAL: 2 remote controls to be integrated in one PRACTICAL ISSUES: Expectations of the stakeholders are high ! They always want more (e.g. the Rest Home would like a full rollout Should work (they have not much patienceSmall scale field trial using iLab.t infrastructure. User research (interviews) to evaluate the usability & acceptance of the solution, to identify weak points
  • IBBT is currently setting up living labs in a few focused areas, such as health care, new media.Large scale testing before introducing commercial solutions on the market

Piet Demeester - From Idea to Smart City Piet Demeester - From Idea to Smart City Presentation Transcript

  • Session: Smart CitiesFrom Idea to Smart City
    Piet Demeester
  • From Idea to Smart city
    bring allthe stakeholders
    together in the the different phases
  • IBBT: FromIdea to Living Lab
  • Stakeholders
    • Interdisciplinary researchers (technology, sociology, law, economics, …)
    • Companies (manufacturers, service providers, …)
    • Municipalities and governments
    • End-users and their environment (family, care-takers, …)
  • A specific case: TV Kiosk
  • Case: Home for the Elderly “De Vijvers”
    Important:
    • Social Inclusion (other residents, family, friends)
    • get information (photo’s, latest news, …)
    • play together (very simple games)
    • Personal Safety (is there somebody to help me ?)
  • Concept: TV Kiosk
  • Proof of Concept: Paper
    • User-centered design – Mock-ups
  • Proof of Concept: Design
    • Technical design – The VPAN concept
    • Virtual Private Ad-Hoc Network = A secure and self-organizing virtual overlay network of distributed groups of nodes
  • Proof of Concept: Lab
    • Technical design – application development
  • Proof of Concept: Lab
    • Technical design – scalability testing
    • iLab.t Virtual Wall
  • Proof of Concept: Lab
    • Functionality test
    iLab.t generic portable platform
  • Limited Field Trial
  • Limited Field Trial
  • Living Lab
    • Next steps
    • Turn iLab.thardware/software into fully-fledged prototype (typ. by industry)
    • Large scale trials in real living environment
    • ‘Experience’ research
    • Refine solution
    • More advanced user research
    • Improved technical design
    • Initiate product into the market
    • Only when mature product, move to Smart City applications (full industrial deployment)
  • In the Press: 10 December 2010