uID: An Application Framework for IoT
This is a stand in the International village, located in Zone D: International Village. Stand number: D17
Practical examples of uID architecture for Internet of Things applications will serve to reinforce the potential for IoT in our daily lives.
uID architecture is a framework of identification technology that can be used for IoT applications. IoT refers to the networked interconnection of everyday objects. This exhibit will introduce sample applications based on uID architecture, including location information systems and navigation assistance for both the visually challenged and the wheelchair-bound. Other examples include a food-traceability system and the scanning of food packages using a hand-held terminal. Video clips for experiments that cannot be demonstrated at the booth will be shown on a large screen. The exhibit will also showcase research by Prof. Ken Sakamura of the University of Tokyo and director of the YRP Ubiquitous Networking Laboratory (UNL).
Coordinator: Chiaki ISHIKAWA (Yokosuka Telecom Research Park (YRP), Ubiquitous Networking Laboratory (UNL), Japan)
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