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2. ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
As a civilization, we are drowning in a raging torrent of data, of our own making, that is being harvested by our collective technologies and systems (e.g. Fitbit, phones). However, data itself is of no utility unless it is converted into beneficial knowledge. Design patterns have been shown to be a pragmatic solution to control and manage information flows and provide order and mean-ing to data within a given context. Assisting users within their daily activities has become a key aspect for modern Artificial Intelligence Systems. Neverthe-less, although the GPS technologies work well for outside location, indoor posi-tioning is still problematic, while is a vital awareness component in ambient as-sistance. This paper shows a preliminary Bluetooth tracking system with a focus on the user’s transition between areas of interest. Our work aims to shed light on how the term design patterns can be applied for studying human behavior patterns in the smart environment.
Velasco, A., McGrory, J., & Berry, D. (2019). Bluetooth tracking approach for user assistance based in sequential patterns analysis. IHSED: 2nd International Conference on Human Systems Engineering and Design: Future Trends and Applications Universität der Bundeswehr München, Munich, Germany September 16-18. doi:10.21427/8geg-jj23