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Pervasive mobile computing focuses on how soldiers and first responders can use smartphones, tablets, and other mobile/wearable devices at the tactical edge.
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 webinar, we covered a wide variety of research activities associated with our efforts to better leverage context for information delivery and sensor tasking.
This webinar presents the tactical cloudlet concept and experimentation results for five different cloudlet provisioning mechanisms.
This report presents an architecture and experimental results that demonstrate that cyber-foraging using tactical cloudlets increases the survivability of mobile systems.
This technical note presents a strategy to overcome the challenges of obtaining sufficient computation power to run applications needed for warfighting and disaster relief missions. It discusses the use of cloudlets-- localized, stateless servers running one or more virtual machines--on which soldiers can offload resource-intensive computations from their handheld mobile devices.
This document describes mobile computing, which is the use of computing technology on the go.
This poster describes how cloud computing benefits the warfighter in a tactical environment.
This brochure describes how the AMS initiative supports the mobile communication and mobile-computing needs of edge users.