Showing 1 - 9 of 9 results for Pervasive Mobile Computing
Dr. Jeff Boleng and Dr. Anind Dey discuss joint research to understand the mission, role, and task of dismounted soldiers using context derived from sensors on them and their mobile devices.
Dr. Anind Dey and Dr. Jeff Boleng introduce context-aware computing and explore issues related to sensor-fueled data in the internet of things.
In this podcast, Grace Lewis discusses five approaches that her team developed and tested for using tactical cloudlets as a strategy for providing infrastructure to support computation offload and data staging at the tactical edge.
In this podcast, Grace Lewis discusses research that explores the feasibility of using HTML5 for developing mobile applications, for edge environments where resources and connectivity are uncertain, such as in the battlefield.
Learn about the SEI's Advanced Mobile Systems Team's work with the Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania, Emergency Management Agency.
In this podcast, researcher Grace Lewis discusses application virtualization as a more lightweight alternative to VM synthesis for cloudlet provisioning.
In this podcast Soumya Simanta describes research aimed at creating a software prototype that allows warfighters and first responders to rapidly integrate or mash geo-tagged situational awareness data from multiple remote data sources.
In this episode, James Edmondson discusses his research on autonomous systems, specifically robotic systems and autonomous systems for robotic systems.
In this podcast, CERT researchers Robert Ellison and Carol Woody discuss research aimed at increasing alert originators' trust in the WEA service and the public's trust in the alerts that they receive.