Friday, July 17, 2015

On Mobile Wireless Tags

Namiot D., Sneps-Sneppe M. On mobile wireless tags // Automatic Control and Computer Sciences. — 2015. — Vol. 49, no. 3. — P. 159–166.

The subject of the article refers to services of mobile networks related to a context. We are examining the questions of the development of mobile services employing wireless tags. In addition to this, a new model of usage (application) of Core Bluetooth devices is offered. In our model Bluetooth devices act as tags and are used for reference (binding) and the subsequent context-dependent determination of data available to mobile users. Mobile phones, as well as already existing devices with Bluetooth support, can be used as such dynamic tags. In this case a single mobile application is sufficient for coverage of all stages of the life cycle of contextual services. The application provides a presentation of a tag (tags) and the binding of informational content to these tags, as well as the viewing of data bound to other tags. The possible application fields are applications for retail and service organizations and context-dependent services for Smart Cities. DOI

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