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Jan Cornelis: The wireless campus: an explorative environment for innovation (phase 2 of the iBrussels project)

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  • I am going to report very briefly about the ongoing camous project, about various application running on top of the communication network
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    • 1. the wireless campus an explorative environment for innovation
    • 2. the wireless campus
      • mission:
        • a permanent test- and demozone
        • active partnership with industry and government
        • platform for scientific research and education
      • focus on mobile (city) services & applications
      • design, develop & evaluate reference applications in a real life context
      • assist young developers & entrepreneurs
      • offer living lab environment with 10000 users
    • 3. urbizone as a catalyst
      • Free public wifi network on university campus
      • Supports broadband-intensive services
      • 1 km 2 outdoor coverage
      • Strategic indoor connectivity
      • Direct connection to fiber
      • backbone
      • Active user community
      • Part of larger Brussels wifi
      • infrastructure (largest in
      • Belgium)
    • 4. experiments
      • B uild, test & evaluate mobile services
      • Different application domains
        • Sport & leisure
        • Education / R&D
        • Culture
        • Work/productivity
        • Social networks
    • 5. Currently under development
        • Sport & leisure:
          • MIND THE STEP Motivational, sustained physical activity monitor.
        • Culture:
          • MOBILE MUSEUM GUIDE creating personalised musea experiences through mobile devices.
        • Community support:
          • MOBILEIZER Multimodal group communication hub.
        • Work:
          • QuTi Real-time monitor for queue sensitive events.
          • TWINIC Online knowledge sharing platform.
          • WAYFINDING 2.0 Sensor-based navigation for public spaces
          • RADIATION MONITOR Compound radiation measurements for public safety.
    • 6. Airgraffiti application
      • Context aware urban mobile service.
      • An engine for the Internet of Things.
      • People can describe, experience and discover (groupings of) objects, places and other people.
      • Allows for dynamic in- & outdoor trails.
      • Use cases: city trajectories, museum guides, mobile quests, urban story telling.
    • 7. Airgraffiti engine & data store
      • Engine : open application environment (through API) for:
        • ubiquitous computing
        • internet of things
        • social networking
      • Data store : objects reusable by other applications
    • 8. It’s all about collaboration
      • Campus demozone offers
        • a large user & testpanel in a permanent real life demozone
          • Micro-cosmos of society at large
          • Ecology of early adopters
          • Professional users & developers
        • interdisciplinary research team
        • living lab framework and methodology
        • a ctive partner program
      • Partners can
        • test and validate services & applications
        • s et up a (permanent) showcase
        • g ain insights in mobile applications and services
        • n etwork with industry & government
    • 9. contact
      • demo zone
        • VUB (ETRO) Pleinlaan 2 – 1050 Brussel
        • http://www.vub.ac.be/ibrussels
      • contacts
        • Jan Cornelis & Pieter Ballon
        • [email_address]
        • [email_address]
      The campus demozone is a project initiated by the Vrije Universiteit Brussel & iLab.o With the support of the Brussel- Capital Region