The AmICriM Project: A Truly Body Area Network Application

Abstract : The major aim of this work is to present the AmICriM (Ambient Intelligence for Crisis Management) current activities as an upcoming research challenge in the area of body area networking by using intelligent embodied devices for supporting new crisis management services. The research outcomes of the AmICriM project will show also future directions in the area of body-area networks and communications, as well as its applications to novel approaches in which firemen would receive critical and valuable information when acting in real situations of crisis, as in case of fire in a building. This work will boost development of new technologies and solutions that will be used in the future for networking embodied intelligent devices. Moreover, the AmICriM developed technologies will be evaluated through a real service for assisting firemen in crisis situations.
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José Esteban Garcia Ruiz, Jean-Pierre George, Gauthier Picard. The AmICriM Project: A Truly Body Area Network Application. First International Workshop on Sensor Networks (SN 2008) in conjunction with ICCCN 2008, Aug 2008, Virgin Islands, United States. ⟨hal-00405604⟩



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