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Informaticity is for the information which the electricity is for the electrical energy. Informaticity is the fusion of telecommunications and computer science. It represents the flow of data from ...

Informaticity is for the information which the electricity is for the electrical energy. Informaticity is the fusion of telecommunications and computer science. It represents the flow of data from ISP, wireless networks WLAN, GSM, GPRS, UMTS or Satellites connected to cellular, intelligent electric home appliances, HDTV, GPS devices and small networks of laptops, ubiquitous PC and devices using Bluetooth, Wifi, or Infrared. Attendees will see historical gathering showing the change of the physical location of the computation power: from mainframes to PC and ubiquitous (Web) devices, embedded devices and miniatures. Informaticity also provides to experience something new that is called Digital Convergence. Supported technologies, some case studies and e|m-* applications will be shown. At the end, it will be viewed current challenges (performance, security, accessibility and adaptation). Also ethical, social and political questions about the use and development of these new ICT will be discussed .

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  • Informaticity is for the information which the electricity is for the electrical energy. Informaticity is the fusion of telecommunications and computer science. It represents the flow of data from ISP, wireless networks WLAN, GSM, GPRS, UMTS or Satellites connected to cellular, intelligent electric home appliances, HDTV, GPS devices and small networks of laptops, ubiquitous PC and devices using Bluetooth, Wifi, or Infrared. Attendees will see historical gathering showing the change of the physical location of the computation power: from mainframes to PC and ubiquitous (Web) devices, embedded devices and miniatures. Informaticity also provides to experience something new that is called Digital Convergence. Supported technologies, some case studies and e|m- * applications will be shown. At the end, it will be viewed current challenges (performance, security, accessibility and adaptation). Also ethical, social and political questions about the use and development of these new ICT will be discussed . Informaticidad es para la información lo que la electricidad es para la energía eléctrica. La Informaticidad es la fusión de telecomunicaciones y la informática. Ella representa el flujo de dados desde ISPs, redes sin fío WLAN, GSM, GPRS, UMTS o Satélites conectados a celulares, electrodomésticos inteligentes, HDTV, dispositivos GPS y pequeñas redes de laptops, PCs y dispositivos ubicuos utilizando Bluetooth, Wifi, o Infrarrojos. La audiencia verá un recogido histórico mostrando el cambio de la localización física del poder de la computación: desde los mainframes, pasando por los PCs y ahora dispositivos (Web) ubicuos, dispositivos embebidos y miniaturas . La Informaticidad también proporciona a nosotros experimentar algo nuevo que es denominado de Convergencia Digital . Serán mostradas tecnologías de suporte, algunos casos de suceso , las tendencias para las nuevas aplicaciones de e|m-commerce y los desafíos (desempeño, seguridad, accesibilidad y adaptación) que aún no están completamente asegurados. También serán discutidas cuestiones éticas , sociales y políticas que comprenden la utilización y desarrollo de estas nuevas tecnologías de información y comunicación.

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  • Informaticity, Digital Convergence & new e|m-* Applications Rogério P C do Nascimento, PhD
    • History
        • Power computing location
        • Ubiquitous, Pervasive, Omnipresence…
    • Technologies
      • HW development
        • Wireless (WLAN), RFID, NFC, GPS, GPRS/ISDN, GSM, VPN..
      • SW Tools
        • J2EE, .NET, XML, RSS, Podcast, SMS, MMS, Web 2.0..
    • Informaticity
      • Ubiquitous devices
      • Digital Convergence
        • Cases: London iBus, Ubiquitous Devices, Telecommunication..
    • New Applications Areas:
        • Science, Economy, Public Sectors, Education & Learning, Entertainment, Socialization
    • Challenges to these new e|m-* Applications
        • performance, security, accessibility and adaptation
    • Technologies
      • Monks looked for..
    history
    • Technologies & Society:
      • 1450 - Gutemberg created the press of movable types
      • 1650 - 80% of European people was illiterate
      • 1750 – gauze was used to make paper
      • 1850 – paper (from wood) produced in industrial scale
          • 400 years to read all the books!
    history
    • dove.net (pombo-correio.net)
      • Data network in the Middle Ages
    history
    • Internet
    history
    • Moore Law
    history Disc: 2000x CPU: 200x RAM: 110x Wireless: 11x Battery: 2x
    • Ubiquitous, Pervasive, Omnipresence…
      • " I think there is a market for maybe five computers worldwide” THOMAS J. WATSON, 1943 ( International Business Machines )
      • “ The second important trend we are preparing for is called ‘pervasive computing’. . . So the networked world . . . will extend further to interconnect perhaps a trillion ‘intelligent’ devices ” LOUIS V. GERSTNER, JR., 1999
    history
  • history
    • Singularity: Moore-Jobs-Gates
    history
    • Moore-Job-Gates
    1950 1980 1990 2000 2010 mainframes, servers PCs ... ... Singularity PC 1:n 1:1 n:1 ubiquitous devices history
    • Wireless Networks
    new technologies INFORMATION (bit/s) GROUP CALL BROADCAST CALL TELEPHONY STATUS SHORT DATA TRAFFIC DATA PACKET-DATA 9kb/s 28kb/s 144kb/s ISDN 2Mb/s 155Mb/s BISDN DATA GLOBAL CONTINENTAL INTERNATIONAL NATIONAL REGIONAL URBAN LOCAL SITE OFFICE INMARSAT-P GLOBALSTAR IRIDIUM ODYSSEY DECT GSM TETRA V+D & DMO HF/ METEOR BURST TETRA PAMR PMR & MOBITEX RD-LAP TACS ETACS MATS NMT CT2/3 Telepoint MOBILITY SATELLITE DAWS UMTS VOICE WiFi (IEEE 802.11 a, b, g) HIPERLAN Bluetooth (IEEE 802.15)
    • New Technologies
      • “ Near Field Communication” – NFC
    new technologies
    • “ Near Field Communication” – NFC
    http://www.ecma-international.org/activities/Communications/2004tg19-001.pdf http://www.ecma-international.org/activities/Communications/2004tg19-001.pdf new technologies
    • RFID readers
      • “ Old” technology
    tecnologias reader module Antena
    • New RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) Applications
    - Components - RFID server management of demand, invoicing, accounting, direct marketing, etc. RFID reader Smart Label smart label machine technologies LEITE
    • SW Development Platforms
      • .NET Framework
        • ASP.NET
          • Web Forms
      • J2EE
        • generate JAVA interfaces for each different ubiquitous device
          • Offer funcionality via Internet using XML Web Service and its open protocols:
          • SOAP + XML + HMTL
    new technologies
    • How to work with XML family?
      • Constructing DTD / XML Schemas / BizTalk Schema, etc.
      • Generating XML files for (XML) databases
      • Using XML Schemas for XML Web Services communication
      • Formating XML files trhough XSL files
        • to generate HTML – any Web browser
      • WAP – PDA and mobile phones
      • WML – PDA and mobile phones
      • VXML – PDA and mobile phones
      • PDF – any Web browser
    new technologies
    • Social Web or Web 2.0
      • Content and Communities
        • blogs, wikis, links (del.ici.ous), images (flickr), videos (YouTube), presentations (slideshare), e-mails (plaxo), social networks (orkut, facebook, Hi5..), etc..
      • AJAX technologies
        • XHTML, CSS, DOM, XML, XMLHttpRequest, Javascript..
      • SOA Architecture
        • connect different applications sharing services
      • XML Web Services
        • XML,WSDL,SOAP,UDDI
        • RSS syndication, etc..
    • Syndication technologies
      • XML
      • RSS
      • Podcast
    new technologies
    • Informaticity
    informaticity
    • from Europeans directives
      • IST Program, Key Actions 4 (2003)
    Open Framework for Personalised Services informaticity Fixed / mobile / broadcast networks System-On-a-Chip Reuse of IP blocks High-capacity, self-aware, self-organising networks Sub- and Microsystems within networked systems Integrated & adaptive networks for communicating appliances & devices Ubiquitous Computing User-centred design Augmented interfaces Services development and deployment, (distribution and sharing)
    • it was born some applications..
      • iCEBOX
    • TV
    • Internet
    • DVD/CD
    • Radio FM
    • Home Video Monitoring
    • Touch Screen
    • Remote & Keyboard
    informaticity
    • First prototypes
    • Some results..
    digital convergence
      • GPS GSM PDA Camera
      • iPhone
    • Real Project:
      • London iBus
        • £117m
      • (…) Prague bus systems?
        • Maybe you wanna develop digital convergence services.. in the next 5 years?
    • Buses in London
      • 6,3 Million persons /day
      • 17.500 buses stop
      • 700 routes
      • 8.000 buses
      • 450 Millions km/year
      • 15 private enterprise manage the routes
    digital convergence
    • iBus services (2007~2009)
      • real time information
        • SMS, into the buses, at stops..
      • Bus GPS localization
      • traffic lights priority
        • GREEN when a bus is coming
      • Driver can easily inform accidents, and crimes
      • Timetable for next buses
    digital convergence
  • convergencia digital http://www.tfl.gov.uk/buses/downloads/ibus-leaflet.pdf
    • Another current services / applications
      • embedding ICT in objects of every day use
      • Handhelds, Wearables, Implants
    ubiquitous devices IO-Brush, H. Ishii 2004 TV Espejo, Philips
      • When we think in smart things, devices should be :
        • aware of user presence
        • sensitive, adaptive and responsive to users capabilities, needs, habits and emotions
        • accessible via intuitive interaction
    ubiquitous devices
    • Multimodal Systems
      • Sensors
        • visual, auditory, olfactory, gustatory, somatic stimuli, kinesthetic and vestibular cues
      • Control
        • mouth, face, eyes, (full) body, breath, biological reactions (heart rate, skin resistancy, muscle, neural activity, …)
    ubiquitous devices
  • enabling Setting new requirements + new applications devices and infrastructure
      • Science
      • Economy
      • Public Sector
      • Education and Training
      • Entertainment
      • Socializing
    new applications
    • Application Domains
    • Science
    • Economía
    • Sector Público
    • Educación y Formación
    • Entretenimiento
    • Socialización
    • Current e|m (electronic | mobile) applications can add value at:
      • Powerful Search
      • Collaboration
      • Presentation of Results
      • Scientific Computing
    new applications
    • Science
    • Economy
    • Added Value
      • Remote Conferencing
      • Virtual Private Networks
      • Location independent Data Access
      • Integration of Business Processes across the value chain
    after-sales transaction negotiation Information
    • Search products and services
    • Price, sales conditions, terms of practice
    • Payment, delivery, insurance
    • Customer Support
    new applications
    • Science
    • Economy
    • emerging XBRL
      • eXtensible Business Reporting Language
        • Change of PDF, MS Word and Excel files by XBRL standards
      • Facility to broad information
        • Into enterprises devices like PDA, mobile phones, laptops, and desktop stations
    new applications
    • Mobile Decision Support
    new applications
  • primary sector enterprise Secondary sector enterprise RFID Output record RFID Input record
    • RFID in the primary and secondary sectors
    new applications RFID tag
  • RFID antenna €
    • RFID use at shops
    new applications
  • Enterprise CRM at third sector final client
    • RFID at service sector
    Look for client profiles List valuables items new applications Emilia Tomas Milan The item that I bought is #$”&!(“&#$ !!! Don't worry Mr. André, could you pass the item through your RFID reader ? Mr. Giovanny, we received a new item that you would like to buy !
    • Another RFID applications
    new applications
    • positive
    • Increase productivity
    • Less labour costs
    • Store big quantity of data
    • Best stock management
    • CRM automatic process to
      • Call-backs
      • Guarantee
    • negative
    • Client and product registries, etc.
      • what means privacy invasion
    • Today Costs of implementation
    • 78% of people is worried about Ethics of RFÎD use
    • Why (not) to use RFID? Because..
    new applications
    • Science
    • Economy
    • Public Sector
    • Added Value
      • BP Reengineerin g
      • Offering public services
        • e|m-Government for Digital Citizenship
          • Income tax
          • Work search
          • Social security
          • IDs, Passports
          • Auto registry
          • Constructing permissions
          • Police declarations
          • Public library
          • Born and Wedding certification
          • Health services
    new applications
    • Science
    • Economy
    • Public Sector
        • e|m-Government for Enterprises Services
          • Public procurement
          • Social contributions of employers and workers
          • registry of new enterprises
          • Corporative income tax
          • Customs declarations
          • Environment licenses
    new applications
    • Science
    • Economy
    • Public Sector
    • Education and Training
    • Added Value
      • Personalised content
      • New ways of learning and teachning
      • “ from the sage on the stage to the guide on the side”
    new applications
    • Wireless Campus: University of Aveiro
    new applications
    • Seamless Location/Context Awareness
    new applications
    • Science
    • Economy
    • Public Sector
    • Education and Training
    • Entertainment
    new applications
    • Added Value
      • online-gaming
      • Higher quality on digital media consumer market
      • From consumers to producers
    • Sensor-Based Information Delivery
    new applications Access/ Delivery Services VCM Ergebnis- datenbank S MS Gateway
    • Science
    • Economy
    • Public Sector
    • Education and Training
    • Entertainment
    • Socializing
    • Added Value
      • Enrich quality of life
      • Participation
      • From information media to communication media
    new applications
  • new technologies April, 2007
    • Performance improvements
      • Shorten response time
    • From „best-effort“ to QoS guarantees
      • Supporting interactivity
      • Synchronsiation of different media
      • Meet (near) Real Time constraints
    • Technical Issues
      • Encryption, authentication, integrity, …,
    • Ethical and Legal Issues
      • Privacy, Trust
      • Laws of Conduct
    challenges
    • Usability, Accessability
      • ITC should overcome barriers, not create them
        • User-oriented devices
        • Ergonomic applications
        • Support in handling
        • Intuitive usage
    • Automated adaptation vs. user control
      • Personalisation and adaptation are key features of mobile services and smart environments
        • Enhance safety, ease usage , …
      • To what degree should user stay in control
        • Bad example: „Do you really want to …“
        • Good example: Automotive industry
    challenges
  • Epilogue
    • “ O saber deve ser como um rio, cujas águas doces, grossas, copiosas, transbordem do indivíduo, e se espraiem, estancando a sede dos outros... Sem um fim social, o saber será a maior das futilidades ”
    • El saber debe ser como un río que mata la sede de los otros..
    • Sin una finalidad social, el conocimiento será la más importante de las futilidades.
    • Knowledge should be like a river that helps starving people.. Without a social aim, knowledge will be the most important futility.
    conclusion
  • contacts
  • ufs.br contacts
    • Student interchange
    • Collaboration protocols
      • Europe & Latin America
    • 5 places to PhD Professors & Researchers
      • 2007 / 2008 by FAPITEC | UFS
    • 9 places to PhD Professors
      • 2008 / 2009 at Computing Department, UFS
    • Micro Silicon Valley at Brazilian Northwest Coast
  • Silicon Coast contacts
    • [email_address]
    • http://www.linkedin.com/in/kdroger
    contacts
    • Contacts
    • Děkuji , Thanks, Obrigado!