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  • 1. AAA/SWITCH Project Mobile Uni-App Phase 1
    Final Result Presentation of Phase 1
    University of St. Gallen, May 19th 2011
    thomas.sammer@unisg.ch
  • 2. Agenda
    Project Overview
    Results
    Prototype Demonstration
    Future Prospects
  • 3. Agenda
    Project Overview
    Results
    Prototype Demonstration
    Future Prospects
  • 4. Project Stakeholder (Phase 1)
    IT Department HSG
    SWITCH
    Order
    Funding
    Funding
    ChristophBaumgarten
    Kai Blanke
    3. Unis / FHs
    Institute of Information Management 3
    Knowledge
    & Prototype
    Knowledge
    Prof. Andrea Back
    Thomas Sammer (PM)
    Fabio Camichel, Florian Ickelsheimer
  • 5. Project Description (Phase 1)
    • Comprehensive technology review / assessment and demand analysis
    • 6. Concept development to provide supportive IT services on mobile devices
    • 7. Useable on different mobile devices
    • 8. Useable with different back-end systems
    • 9. Customizable (front-end, functionality, back-end) and generic
    • 10. Development of a first prototype covering two or three use-cases
    • 11. Field test to gain feedback and (im)prove the concept
    Aufbau
  • 12. http://mobileuniapp.net/info
  • 13. Project Status
    Milestones
  • 14. Project Status
    State-of-Practice
    Idea Contest
    Demand Survey
    Techn. Review
    Prototype
    Field Test
    • Project status
    • 15. Project started on December 1st 2010
    • 16. Project phase 1 ends on June 1st 2011
    • 17. 6 deliverables, all deliverables100 % completed
    • 18. Results will be released on our project website and as conference papers
    • 19. First conference paper submitted to MCIS 2011
    • 20. NZZ Campus reported on the project*
    • 21. Invited to contribute to Mobile Kompass 2011/2012 (BVDW)
    • 22. Supported by Samsung and Atizo
    Deliverables
    NZZ Campus: http://www.nzz.ch/magazin/campus/studium/viele_endgeraete_aber_kaum_hochschul-apps_1.10123392.html
  • 23. Agenda
    Project Overview
    Results
    Prototype Demonstration
    Future Prospects
  • 24. Results
    State-of-Practice
    Idea Contest
    Demand Survey
    Techn. Review
    Prototype
    Field Test
    • State-of-Practice
    • 25. 91 % of US universities have no mobile solution
    • 26. 71 % of existing solutions are homegrown
    Deliverables
    Homegrown / Unknown
    Blackboard
    Mobile Web OSP
    MIT Derivatives
    Molly Project
    Source: http://www.dmolsen.com/mobile-in-higher-ed/?p=180
  • 27. State-of-Practice
    Functionality
    Source: http://www.dmolsen.com/mobile-in-higher-ed/?p=180
  • 28. Results
    State-of-Practice
    Idea Contest
    Demand Survey
    Techn. Review
    Prototype
    Field Test
    • Deliverables:
    • 29. Open idea contest hosted by www.atizo.ch (Sponsorship)
    • 30. 2 Months open (February 11 – April 7)
    • 31. 1.000 CHF reward
    • 32. Received 445 ideas of 164 authors (60 % Switzerland, 30 % Germany)
    • 33. 18 ideas rewarded
    • 34. Most suitable ideas by university staff members
    • 35. Time-depended information demand
    • 36. Location-based information
    Deliverables
  • 37. Results
    State-of-Practice
    Idea Contest
    Demand Survey
    Techn. Review
    Prototype
    Field Test
    • Demand survey:
    • 38. University staff (2.105 / 229 / 11 %) and students (6.902 / 898 / 13 %)
    • 39. January 27 - February 5
    • 40. 23 questions
    • 41. > 60 % / > 40 % use mobile apps daily (students / university staff)
    • 42. > 92 % / > 95 % have contracts including mobile data traffic (students / univ. staff)
    • 43. > 70 % / > 58 % have GPS enabled devices (students / university staff)
    • 44. iPhone (+) > 50 % / > 40 %; Android (+); Symbian(-); Black Berry OS (=)
    Deliverables
  • 45. Demand Survey
    Functionality
    OK
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  • 46. Results
    State-of-Practice
    Idea Contest
    Demand Survey
    Techn. Review
    Prototype
    Field Test
    • Deliverables:
    • 47. 3 alternatives
    • 48. 5 frameworks evaluated (PhoneGap, QuickConnect, Rhodes, MoSync, iMobileU)
    Deliverables
  • 49. Technology Review
    Technologies
  • 50. Technology Review
    Technologies
  • 51. Technology Review
    Technologies
  • 52. Results
    State-of-Practice
    Idea Contest
    Demand Survey
    Techn. Review
    Prototype
    Field Test
    • Prototype
    • 53. About 140 hours
    • 54. 6 dynamic functions
    • 55. news, timetable / events, people directory, campus map, public transportation,
    • 56. cafeteria menu.
    • 57. Static content (emergency information)
    • 58. External links (E-Mail / iNotes, HSG Alumni)
    • 59. Useable as optimized website on different devices
    • 60. Useable as native App (Wrapper App) on Android and iOS
    Deliverables
  • 61. Prototype
    Functionality
  • 62. Prototype
    Functionality
  • 63. Prototype
  • 64. Results
    State-of-Practice
    Idea Contest
    Demand Survey
    Techn. Review
    Prototype
    Field Test
    • Deliverables:
    • 65. Equipped 27 students with the prototype, 22 completed the test
    • 66. 60 % iOS, 25 % Android, 10 % Symbian, 5 % Windows Mobile 6.5
    • 67. Display errors only with windows mobile 6.5 and third party browsers on Android
    • 68. Menu layout needs revision (too many clicks e.g. campus map)
    • 69. Users demand more personalized information
    • 70. Some information should be offline available
    • 71. iOS User demand native App
    • 72. Users are generally satisfied with the solution / system
    Deliverables
  • 73. Agenda
    Project Overview
    Results
    Prototype Demonstration
    Future Prospects
  • 74. Demo
    Functionality
  • 75. Demo
    Functionality
  • 76. Demo
    Functionality
  • 77. Demo
    Functionality
  • 78. Demo
    Functionality
  • 79. Demo
    Functionality
  • 80. Demo
    Functionality
  • 81. Demo
    Functionality
  • 82. Demo
    Functionality
  • 83. Demo
    Functionality
  • 84. Demo
    Functionality
  • 85. Demo
    Functionality
  • 86. Demo
    Functionality
  • 87. Demo
    Functionality
  • 88. Demo
    Functionality
  • 89. Demo
    Functionality
  • 90. Demo
    Functionality
  • 91. Demo
    Functionality
  • 92. Demo
    Functionality
  • 93. Demo
    Functionality
  • 94. Agenda
    Project Overview
    Results
    Prototype Demonstration
    Future Prospects
  • 95. Future Prospects: Phase 2
    Oct. 2011
    Phase 2: Implementation and product launch
    Pilot Study
    Phase 1: Concept and prototype development
    Upcoming
    Cooperation partners
    Extension of the functionality
    Roll-out of the official release at Uni SG & Partner
    Dev. a generic implementation instruction
    Dev. of first and second level support instructions
    • Major Goals:
    • 96. Find cooperation partners and establish a network
    • 97. Extend the functionality and quality of the app
    • 98. Establish support instructions
    • 99. Official Roll-out and Release of the app
  • Future Prospects: Phase 2
    Functionality
    OK
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    P2
    P2
    P2
    P2
    P2
  • 100. Future Prospects: Phase 2
    OK
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    P2
    P2
    Smartphone Usage
    Further usage of personalized and location-based Data.
  • 105. A workbench for YOUR mobile solution
    OUR PART
    Provide you with Assistance, Source-Code & Know-How
    Share Modules (like AAI, ALEPH, Campus-Map, Transportation, …)
    Safe Resources & Time
  • 106. Launch of a mobile university service
    Togetherwe …
    • Commitment to launch a mobile university service
    • 107. Input in form of workforce and / or money
    • 108. Usage of our solution, participation in the PHASE 2 AAA / SWITCH Project
  • Upcoming To-Dos
    First Meeting (June-July)
    Commit to Task
    (1. Aug.)
    Draft of Proposal (1. Sep.)
    Feedback
    (Sep.)
    Submission (Sep. 30)
    Start
    Phase 2
  • 109. Thank you!
    Supplement
    Further information about the project is available on http://www.mobileuniapp.net/info
    Contact
    Mag. Thomas Sammer
    University of St. Gallen
    Müller-Friedberg-Str. 8
    CH-9000 St. Gallen
    thomas.sammer@unisg.ch
  • 110. List of Images
    Slide 4:
    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-AfgeBmL0taM/TWY2M3uoaXI/AAAAAAAADPI/-_FaQODSaOE/s1600/questionnaire%2525252072.jpg&imgrefurl=http://downpatrickpsstaff.blogspot.com/2011/02/support-assistant-questionnaire.html&usg=__D5SYbp7Hah9R-PI3B0bvepVqN4c=&h=622&w=936&sz=48&hl=de&start=0&zoom=1&tbnid=08MtXSdjGdXBKM:&tbnh=128&tbnw=192&ei=OIXCTeDdF6iU4gbs36X1BA&prev=/search%3Fq%3Dquestionnaire%26hl%3Dde%26rlz%3D1C1SKPL_enCH403CH403%26biw%3D1680%26bih%3D925%26tbm%3Disch&itbs=1&iact=hc&vpx=126&vpy=272&dur=2994&hovh=183&hovw=276&tx=155&ty=81&page=1&ndsp=48&ved=1t:429,r:9,s:0
    Slide 51
    https://depot.gdnet.org/cms/gallery//50-ist2_4501210-putting-the-pieces-together.jpg
    Workbench
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/-joao-/5589980573/sizes/l/in/photostream/
    Pit Stop
    http://www.caranddriverthef1.com/sites/default/files/pitstop_redbull_11052011.jpg
    University of St. Gallen
    University Media Service
  • 111. Acknowledgement
    Funding
    This project has been carried out as part of the "AAA/SWITCH – e-infrastructure for escience” programme under the leadership of SWITCH, the Swiss National Research and Education Network, and has been supported by funds from State Secretariat for Education and Research (SER).
    Visit http://switch.ch/
  • 112. Thomas Sammer
    I am a Phd student and research associate at the Institute of Information Management 3 (Chair of Prof. Andrea Back) at the University of St. Gallen. In 2010 I’ve earned a master’s degree in management and international business at the University of Graz, Austria. Since August 2010 I am enrolled in the doctoral program in business innovation at the University of St. Gallen where I focus my research on applying social media technologies on business processes. I am active in the fields of consulting (e.g. for Bayer Business Services GmbH), teaching and research. Beside my research on social media topics, I am also engaged with research targeting mobile applications and project leader of the SWITCH funded project Mobile Uni-App. For a one slide summary of my CV visit slideshare.net.
    Mag. Thomas Sammer
    Institute of Information Management
    University of St Gallen
    Müller Friedberg Strasse 8
    9000 St. Gallen, Switzerland
    Phone: +41 (0)71 224 3870
    Fax: +41 (0)71 224 2716
    Mail: thomas.sammer@unisg.ch
    Slideshare: http://www.slideshare.net/thfs
    Twitter: @thfs
  • 113. Back-up Slides