Research Line 6: Access to advanced ubiquitous computing environments
Advancements in ubiquitous computing allowed the design of Ambient Intelligence and Ambient Assisted Living environments that provide ad-hoc local services. People with disabilities can very much profit from these services if barriers to Assistive Technology are removed and dynamically adapted user interfaces are provided.
Research Line 6 contains six Research Actions. The image below presents the mapping (position) of the Research Actions in the overall Roadmap.
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- Research action 6.1: Mobile technologies as access interfaces for public and private ubiquitous environments
- Research action 6.2: Inclusive user interaction in out-of-home ambient intelligence environments
- Research action 6.3: Integration of web 2.0 with internet of things (IoT)
- Research action 6.4: Adaptable and affordable Assistive Technologies seamlessly integrating into intelligent environments
- Research action 6.5: Adaptation of the environment to the needs of several persons at the same time
- Research action 6.6: New materials, technologies and methods for seamless natural human-environment interaction