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Presented at Frontiers of Interaction III, "The Internet of Things"

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  • 1. Mobile HW Mashup Stefano Sanna gerdavax@tiscali.it - http://www.gerdavax.it Mobile HW Mashup – Frontiers of Interaction III, Milan – June, 28th 2007
  • 2. About me Mobile_Application_Architect@beeweeb – Technical writer @ DEV, JavaJournal, CP, FSM... – Supporter @ JUG Sardegna, JMDF, JIA, GULCh... – LEGO constructor (since 1973...) – Mobile HW Mashup – Frontiers of Interaction III, Milan – June, 28th 2007
  • 3. Dilemma: porceddu or mobile devices? Source: Agriturismo Sa Tanca http://www.agrisatanca.com Mobile HW Mashup – Frontiers of Interaction III, Milan – June, 28th 2007
  • 4. Agenda Welcome to the Mobile World ● Mobile 1.0: when the story began – Mobile 2.0, Mobile Web 2.0: where we are today – Towards the Internet of Things! ● Mobile Tagging – Physical Tagging ● Tag the World! (Near-Field Communication) ● Everybody is a sensor – Get your own live lab: Sun SPOT – Mobile HW Mashup – Frontiers of Interaction III, Milan – June, 28th 2007
  • 5. Mobile 1.0? 2001: testing LBS with state-of-the-art devices ● Two persons (FOUR HANDS!) to carry and keep connected PDA, GPS and GSM phone Mobile HW Mashup – Frontiers of Interaction III, Milan – June, 28th 2007
  • 6. Mobile 1.0 was... ... an attempt to bring the Internet on mobile ● phones: WAP Sites Traffic Info M-Commerce Weather Info Mobile HW Mashup – Frontiers of Interaction III, Milan – June, 28th 2007
  • 7. From Web 2.0 to Mobile 2.0 The “2.0” (r)evolution meets mobile computing. ● Wireless devices are changing the way they enhance user's mobility: mobile browser --> mobile blogger data provisioning --> mobile data provider network-aware --> context-aware stand-alone --> augmented environment yet-another-device --> my constant touch Mobile HW Mashup – Frontiers of Interaction III, Milan – June, 28th 2007
  • 8. Mobile Web 2.0: where we are today Constant touch with the world (RSS, widgets) ● Location awareness ● Mobile blogging, mobile data provider ● Mobup Where.com Mobile Web Toolkit Mobease and Webwag Mobile widgets Mobile HW Mashup – Frontiers of Interaction III, Milan – June, 28th 2007
  • 9. Mobile 2.0 is... ... good balance between data provisioning and ● data providing on mobile devices: Web, Feeds Blogging Multimedia Photo post ... it's not enough! Mobile HW Mashup – Frontiers of Interaction III, Milan – June, 28th 2007
  • 10. Towards Internet of Things New generation of devices and applications is ● based on massive use of sensors: Camera – Photo (we all want Mobup!) ● Tag recognition ● GPS – Location, speed ● Accelerometer – Device orientarion ● Gesture control ● NFC – Recognize and annotate objects ● Mobile HW Mashup – Frontiers of Interaction III, Milan – June, 28th 2007
  • 11. Physical tagging (ShotCode BeeTagg QR) Mobile HW Mashup – Frontiers of Interaction III, Milan – June, 28th 2007
  • 12. The (r)evolution is TO WRITE Physical Tagging is a “read-only” approach: we ● can read tags but we still feel “passive” respect to the object What happens if we can write tags? ● Applications: ● voting on-site, voting on-object – book annotations – anonymous booking – Mobile HW Mashup – Frontiers of Interaction III, Milan – June, 28th 2007
  • 13. Near Field Communication The NFC is a standard technology for secure, ● short-range radio frequency communication Tags contain up to 8KB, ● with read/write access Applications: ● instant ticketing by touch – gate & access control – write-on-objects – Nokia has released world first mobile phone ● compatible with new Contactless Communication API (model 6131 NFC) Mobile HW Mashup – Frontiers of Interaction III, Milan – June, 28th 2007
  • 14. The web looks at the real world Brutal attack: to have lots of connected sensors ● placed everywhere to let the web look at the real world. Is it feasible? Definitively NO! We don 't need to place sensors! We have ● already them! We are surrounded by many “small thinking and sensing machine”: they have just (!) to be connected each other and find a bridge to the Internet. Pervasiveness of the net becomes a reality if ● technology is really simple and cheap enough to let everybody partecipate, test, play, enjoy! Mobile HW Mashup – Frontiers of Interaction III, Milan – June, 28th 2007
  • 15. Everybody is a sensor! :-) Web, Feeds Blogging SensFeed? Env Data Multimedia Photo post Sensors ENVIRONMENT Now it's enough! Mobile HW Mashup – Frontiers of Interaction III, Milan – June, 28th 2007
  • 16. Sun SPOT: get your own live lab! Sun SPOT is a powerful technology for wireless ● sensors network based on the Java ME platform It provides: ● programmable modules with sensor board – Accelerometer ● Temperature sensor ● Light sensor ● 8 tri-colour LEDs ● A/D input ● GPIO pins ● Modules can use PC to ● connect to the Internet! Mobile HW Mashup – Frontiers of Interaction III, Milan – June, 28th 2007
  • 17. Sun SPOT under the hood Hardware ● 180MHz 32-bit ARM 920T CPU – 512Kb RAM, 4Mb FLASH ● Chipcon 2420 radio package – 2.4GHz, IEEE 802.15.4 (as ZigBee) ● 3.7V 750 mAh Li-Ion battery – Power consumption 40-100mA ● (40 uA deep sleep) Software ● Squawk Virtual Machine (no Operating System) – JME CLDC 1.1, IMP and additional libraries for – specific functions such as sensors, radio... Mobile HW Mashup – Frontiers of Interaction III, Milan – June, 28th 2007
  • 18. Extreme Mash(ing)-up Camera WLAN ZigBee 3G NFC 3G NFC USB NFC Mobile HW Mashup – Frontiers of Interaction III, Milan – June, 28th 2007
  • 19. Conclusions Convergence of Web 2.0 and mobile is here! ● Next revolution is just around the corner if... ● everybody can contribute with new, – unpredictable ideas hardware and software are cheap and open – interoperability is real, not just on specifications – regulations let people freely use any short- – middle range radio See you next year, with your own “things” :-) ● Mobile HW Mashup – Frontiers of Interaction III, Milan – June, 28th 2007
  • 20. Contacts Stefano Sanna ● Website: http://www.gerdavax.it – Email: gerdavax@tiscali.it – Slideshare: http://www.slideshare.net/gerdavax – Beeweeb Technologies: ● Website: http://www.beeweeb.com – JUG Sardegna: http://www.jugsardegna.org ● JMDF: http://www.jmdf.org ● Mobile HW Mashup – Frontiers of Interaction III, Milan – June, 28th 2007
  • 21. License Mobile HW Mashup (version 1.0) (C) 2007 Stefano Sanna gerdavax@tiscali.it - http://www.gerdavax.it Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.2 or any later version published by the Free Software Foundation. Please, find a copy of the license at: http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html All trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Mobile HW Mashup – Frontiers of Interaction III, Milan – June, 28th 2007