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This is the presentation delivered at the Beijing ISDE 6 Digital Earth Conference in September 2009

This is the presentation delivered at the Beijing ISDE 6 Digital Earth Conference in September 2009

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Shaspa Intelligent Shared Spaces And Sustainable Development Shaspa Intelligent Shared Spaces And Sustainable Development Presentation Transcript

  • SHASPA Data Visualisation Framework Intelligent Shared Spaces and Sustainable Development David Wortley Director Serious Games Institute
  • Key Messages
    • Personalised and persistent relationships with technology are becoming embedded into our way of life across all generations
    • Physical spaces are important hubs for building social, economic and knowledge networks
    • Personalised, persistent experiences will be demanded from physical spaces
    • SHASPA supports sustainable development by re-connecting citizens to the environment
  • SHASPA Intelligent Shared Spaces “ Bringing the best attributes of virtual world technologies to physical spaces”
  • Intelligence in Shared Spaces “ Passive, broadcast, unidirectional” “ Active, participatory, bidirectional”
  • The Most Disruptive Technology Developments in History Media Consumption Media Production
  • Who or What Is Driving These Changes ?
  • The Agent for Change is Us WEB 2.0
  • Our Needs and Expectations
  • What we demand from technology is
    • Choice
    • Flexibility
    • Control
    • Personalisation
    • Experience
    • Discovery
    • Variety
    • Engagement
    More Less Cost Hassle Bureaucracy
  • We are driving technology to provide More control over our lives, our world and our relationships and we are prepared to pay for it !!
  • A Simple Illustration In-flight Entertainment Yesterday Today Tomorrow ? One size fits all Intelligent entertainment
  • Electronic Games, Virtual World and Social Networking Technologies are shaping our relationship with the world around us The boundaries between what is real and virtual are blurring
  • Personalised Games Spaces Every user has a personal and persistent experience
  • Virtual World Spaces Shaping a relationship with a “Space”
  • Social Network Spaces
  • E-Commerce Spaces
  • Mobile Spaces The mobile is becoming an alter-ego containing our digital lives
  • Technology & Relationships
    • Treats me as an individual
    • Easy to get on with
    • Remembers everything about me
    • Every day brings new discoveries
    • Helps me to understand
    • Encourages & challenge me
    • Helps me to express myself
  • My Computer Loves Me !!
  • Society & Embedded Technologies “ Digital natives are born into a world where technology is embedded into their lives and is changing their physical and mental capabilities”
  • Global Reach “ Everyone with access to technology can potentially shape the lives of millions of people”
  • Key Message 1 “ Personalised and persistent relationships with technology are becoming embedded into our way of life across all generations ”
  • Physical Spaces and Relationships
  • Physical Spaces and Relationships “ Ancient philosophies like Feng Shui connected us to our physical environment”
  • Physical Spaces and Relationships “ Physical spaces shape our lives and act as hubs to our social and economic networks”
  • Shared Physical Spaces “ Physical spaces are lagging behind virtual spaces in their ability to build personal relationships and connect us to our environment” “ Passive” “ Active”
  • Key Message 2 “ Physical Spaces (and our experience of them) are important hubs for building social, economic and knowledge networks, yet they lack the intelligence for personalised, persistent relationships”
  • Embedding personalised, persistent experiences into physical shared spaces
  • The Challenge “ How do I develop a personalised and persistent relationship with my physical environment ?”
  • Personalisation & Persistence in the Physical Space Technology to Enhance Relationships “Welcome back David – we remember you, we know what you like, we are pleased you are here and we want to make your time in this space valuable”
  • The Components
    • Sensors
    • Artificial Intelligence
    • Digital Identity, Tagging and Profiling
    • Ambient Interfaces
    • Data Visualisation
    • Communication
    • Controllers
  • Simple Example “ RFID Tagging is used at Alton Towers Theme Park to create personalised movie of your day”
  • Simple Example “ RFID Tagging is used at a Bristol Museum to enable children to make their own animated movie”
  • Key Message 3 “ Personalised, persistent experiences will be demanded from physical spaces”
  • Integrating Physical and Virtual Places
  • The Components Visualisation Simulation Integration Optimisation
  • Embedded Sensors Sensors & 3D visualisations help us understand and manage our environment
  • Visualisation Better data access, analysis and visualisation reduces energy consumption by 10% +
  • Mobile Tagging & Communication Mobile devices know who you are and where you are – they can be the gateway to a personalised relationship with physical spaces
  • Geotagging Geotagging allows us to contribute to knowledge about our world and shape the future
  • Ambient Interfaces New interface technologies bring better access, usability and control
  • Social Networking Social networking enables us to collaborate and compete with our neighbours on energy efficiency
  • Artificial Intelligence Embedded smart agents can develop a personalised and persistent relationship between you and a virtual or physical space.
  • Application Areas
    • Energy Management
    • Education
    • Health
    • Hotels
    • Retail
    • Culture & Heritage
  •  
  • SHASPA & Feng Shui “ SHASPA is also a philosophical concept based on collaboration & harmony with physical spaces”
  • Key Message 4 “ Intelligent Shared Spaces using a blended cocktail of technologies and applications can help to re-connect us to our physical environment and contribute to sustainable development ”
  • SHASPA and Construction SHASPA supports sustainable development through the innovative integration of emerging technologies into construction and regeneration projects
  • Key Benefits The Environment The Economy
  • Key Messages
    • Personalised and persistent relationships with technology are becoming embedded into our way of life across all generations
    • Physical spaces are important hubs for building social, economic and knowledge networks
    • Personalised, persistent experiences will be demanded from physical spaces
    • SHASPA supports sustainable development by re-connecting citizens to the environment
  • Any Questions ? ?
  • SHASPA Data Visualisation Framework Intelligent Shared Spaces and Sustainable Development David Wortley Director Serious Games Institute