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README 2013-04-21 2.0 kB 11 weekly downloads
PetrSU smart room (SR) is for holding conferences, meetings, lectures, trainings, and some other activities important for the university research and education processes. SR system provides a set of services that simplifies activity organization and participation as well as automates technical functions of information acquisition, sharing and transformation. SR system is based on the service set principle. Any service is implemented as a smart space agent that performs functions on client demand and/or provides information related to specific component of the room. The service set principle implies that some set of services are available at the moment and are offered to participants in the room. Every service can be accessed from client agent installed on user mobile devices. The smart room service set consists of several services. - Base services define base activity modes: conference, meeting, lecture. - Discussion services support online blog-based discussions during the activity. - Sensor services feed the SR space with sensed information about physical parameters of the room (temperature, noise and illumination levels, presence of end-user mobile devices, etc.). - World information services feed the SR space with information contextually accessed from global sources (web services, public data bases, etc.) - Activity tracking services accumulate the history, which can be further analyzed to make statistical descriptions and to produce various kinds of reports. See README and INSTALL files in the corresponding directories for more information. Mail-list: smartroom@cs.karelia.ru The project is done by FRUCT Lab at the IT-park of Petrozavodsk State University (PetrSU), Russia. The development started in 2012 as a part of grant KA179 "Complex development of regional cooperation in the field of open ICT innovations" within Karelia ENPI programme co-funded by the European Union, the Russian Federation and the Republic of Finland.
Source: README, updated 2013-04-21