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Ambient intelligence pranathi


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Ambient intelligence pranathi

  1. 1. Ambient Intelligence Presented by V.V.N.PRANATHI 1005-10-735030 Date:22-01-2014
  2. 2. Contents 1. Introduction 2. Scenarios for Ambient Intelligence 3. Technologies used 4. Key Characteristics 5. Architecture 6. Features 7. Challenges 8. Future 9. Drawbacks 10. Conclusion
  3. 3. Objective  To discourse on automation level that can be achieved.
  4. 4. Introduction  Ambient Intelligence(AmI) is the vision of a technology that will become invisibly embedded in our natural surroundings, present whenever we need it, enabled by simple and effortless interactions.
  5. 5. Introduction Figure 1: AmI at home
  6. 6. Introduction Ambient Intelligence: Environments that are sensitive and responsive to the presence of people. Figure 2:No AmI Figure 3:AmI Environment
  7. 7. Scenario – I: Home Environment  Personalize the living space of humans  On-demand Figure 4
  8. 8. Scenario – II: Automotive Intelligence  Tele Diagnosis  Safety – auto braking for active collision avoidance  Route Planning Figure 5: Automotive Intelligence
  9. 9. Benefit Scenarios 1. Medical Emergencies 2. Underground station 3. Virtual School 4. Fire Brigade 5. Public Surveillance Figure 6:Scenarios
  10. 10. Technologies Used 1. Radio Frequency Identification 2. Microchip implant (human) 3. Sensor 4. Nanotechnology 5. Biometrics 6. Affective Computing 7. Detecting and recognizing emotional information
  11. 11. Technologies Used Figure 7
  12. 12. Radio Frequency Identification Radio-frequency identification (RFID) is the use of a wireless non-contact system that uses radio-frequency electronic fields to transfer data from a tag attached to an object Figure 8:RFID working
  13. 13. Microchip implant (human) A human microchip implant is an integrated circuit device or RFID transponder encased in silicate glass and implanted in the body of a human being. Figure 9: Microchip implant
  14. 14. Sensor A sensor is also called detector which is a convector that measures a physical quantity and converts it into a signal which can be read by an observer . Figure 10:Sensors for visually disabled
  15. 15. Detecting and recognizing emotional information Detecting and recognizing emotional information is a one type of sensors. Figure 11:Information retrieved from image
  16. 16. Nanotechnology Nanotechnology entails the application of fields of science as in surface science, micro fabrication etc. Figure 12 ECG Patch for early detection of epileptic seizures
  17. 17. Biometrics Biometrics refers to the identification of humans by their characteristics. Figure 13:Classification -Biometrics
  18. 18. Affective Computing Affecting computing is the machine should interpret the emotional state of humans and adapt its behavior to them, giving an appropriate response for those emotions. Figure 14:Different emotions
  19. 19. Ambient Intelligence Figure 15:Key characteristics
  20. 20. Ubiquitous Computing  Ubiquitous Computing means the integration of microprocessors into everyday objects like furniture, clothes or toys.  Using ubiquitous computing, people will not be aware of the presence of computers, they will be in the background.
  21. 21. Ubiquitous Communication  Ubiquitous Communication should enable these objects to communicate with each other and with the user.
  22. 22. Intelligent User Interface  Intelligent User Interface enables the inhabitants of the AmI to control and interact with the environment in a natural (voice, gestures) and personalized way (preferences, context).
  23. 23. Generic architecture of AmI Figure 16
  24. 24. 1. Low cost devices 2. High bandwidth 3. Invisible file system 4. Automatic Installation Technical features
  25. 25. The Future Figure 17 Figure 18
  26. 26. Drawbacks •Need high finance to install and maintaining the environment. •Invades privacy. •Possibility of making people lazy.
  27. 27. Conclusion • The Ambient Intelligence is time saving, provides security, safety and entertainment, reduce the stress leading to an overall higher quality of life. • However, the ability to prepare or complete more and more everyday tasks such as shopping or banking at home, potentially leads to reduced interaction.
  28. 28. References  seminar-on-ambient-intelligence- ami.html  Ambient Intelligence Journal: Technologies, Applications, and Opportunities From Washington State University,15 April 2009 online article available
  29. 29. ANY QUERIES?