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PERSIST: Personal Self-Improving Smart Spaces

This is a technology or research stand, located in Zone R7 - Safety and Security. Stand number: R7-08

The PERSIST or ‘personal self-improving smart spaces’ project is developing software to support users on the move.

PERSIST’s vision is one of a ‘personal smart space’ (PPS), and refers to the portable devices carried by users which moves around with them. The PPS will cater for users’ needs, adapting to their preferences and learning new ones as these arise. This exhibit will introduce visitors to the PSS concept via PERSIST demonstrators, videos, posters and leaflets. It will focus on four key scenarios: the reconfigurable room; the personalised smart workspace; the learned behaviour scenario; and the African aid negotiation scenario. Visitors will be able to interact with the demonstrators and to experience PSS features such as proactive service control, context sharing and group preference conflict resolution, and trust-based privacy negotiation.

Technical description

Coordinator: Ioanna ROUSSAKI (National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Greece)

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