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  • 1. The Third International Conference on Digital Society ICDS 2009 (February 2) Cancun, Mexico PaTac: Urban, ubiquitous, personalized services for citizens and tourists Luigi Ceccaroni, Victor Codina, Manel Palau and Marc Pous Mª Eulalia Pérez
  • 2. Outline
      • Introduction
      • Who we are
        • Products
        • Research lines
      • PaTac project
        • Goals
        • General vision
        • Multimodal Interface
        • PaTac Services
      • Conclusions
      • Future research
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  • 3.
    • Urban information services have not changed much in a century
    • Need to refresh the services that a city provides to citizens and tourists
    • Smart tourism services: Interactive Community Display (ICD)
        • Identification system (RFID)
        • Touch Screen
        • Audio & video devices
        • Information Service
        • Internet connection
    Introduction 3
  • 4. Who we are - Products 2
  • 5. Who we are - Research lines 3
            • Personalized recommendation
            • Human-computer interaction
            • Knowledge representation
            • Multi-agent systems
            • Social Networks
            • Ubiquitous computing
  • 6.
    • Enhance the potential of the ICD with intelligent personalized services:
      • designing an autonomous, dynamic and robust platform
      • exploiting the potential of Semantic Web and Social Networks
      • providing a more usable and natural interaction with the user
        • - multimodal interface
        • - personalized service :
      • Haptic
      • Speech
      • Interface
      • Content
    PaTac project - Goals 4
  • 7. Recommendation System PaTac platform Service Providers Content Providers PaTac project - General Vision Social modeler User modeler 5 Interface feedback feedback feed feed Collector
  • 8. INPUT SYSTEM OUTPUT PaTac project - Multimodal Interface 6
  • 9.
    • Interactive map: Information about public interests embedded on interactive city maps.
    • Personalized recommendation: Selection of relevant events and places of interest according to the user profile and location.
    • Description of places of interest: Brief descriptions, gathered from Internet and other users, about the places of interest.
    • Route planning: Itineraries across the city suggesting events and places of interest along the route.
    • Social feedback: Tags, comments and images provided by the users used to enrich descriptions and profiles.
    PaTac project - PaTac services 7
  • 10. 6 8 PaTac project - Prototype SOPAT project: PaTac’s predecessor: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fVywPOW0Uq4
  • 11. Conclusions 9
    • Autonomous and intelligent agents collaborating among them to collect, adapt and provide the content are necessary to process the dynamic and changing information related with the real world.
    • Moreover, the use of ontologies and the exploitation of the semantic Web is necessary to interconnect data from different sources as well as to process it with user and social modelers enriching the users’ profiles and the descriptions of the events and places of interest.
    • Another issue to take into consideration for future work is context-awareness to provide the most relevant recommendations for each circumstance.
    • Finally, emotional 3D avatars can contribute to achieve a more usable and natural interaction with users.
  • 12. Future Research
    • Ubiquitous services across mobile devices:
      • Providing information
      • anywhere at any time and in real time
      • Personalization aware of the context
    • Improve the quality of user’s interaction by introducing a:
      • Emotional Component
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