This paper motivates the need to use sensed data in Smart Surroundings and shows a few examples of how this data is currently being effectively used. The motivation stems from the settings of the Smart Surroundings project. Key to the settings is detecting context - derived from physiological data, location, environmental data, agenda, social maps, etc. - and acting on the detected context, for example by adapting the ambience, determining access to privacy sensitive data, choosing between personal feedback or ambience feedback, etc.
|Name||CTIT Workshop Proceedings Series|
|Conference||Symposium on Integrated Micro Nano Systems 2006|
|Period||20/06/06 → 20/06/06|