Pervasive Computing project course – presentations Dec 8

On Tuesday morning December 8th, the students of the Pervasive Computing project course will present their projects. Anyone interested is most welcome to attend and ask them some tricky questions about why how and what they built 😉 Location: Design Lab (atrium).

Tentative schedule
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09.00 Intro by Thomas & Shahram

09.10 Be My Guide: Social Network for Volunteers and Blind Runners. Kasper Schnack, Sebastian Brerup, Robin Bellini Olsson (Grp 24)

09.25 TrackaBLE: Tracking objects using crowdsourcing. Marco Johannesen, Andreas Fruergaard (Grp 22)

09.40 Exercise Tracking with a Digital Weight Stack Pin Selector. Janett Holst (Grp 21)

09.55 — 5 min break

10.00 eQueue: exploring how a digital queueing system affects a customer’s perceived waiting time. Janus Varmarken, Simon Langhoff (Grp 20)

10.15 GuideBelt: Bluetooth-based Indoor Navigation System for the Visually Impaired. Abdulrashid Mohammed, Maytham Fahmi, Tanase Comboeanu (Grp 16)

10.30 Semi-centralized building management system using Bluetooth low energy. Bergar Simonsen, Florin Daniel Vasile (Grp 15)

11.00 SoundCrowd – a crowsourcing approach to Audio Mapping. Andreas Nielsen, Dennis Sadeler Shapira, Martin Utzon (Grp 9)

11.15 The Search for Shared Objects. Lars Yndal Sørensen (Grp 2)

11.30 Constructing an Audio Map of a Building To Find Quiet Areas. Emanuel A. Abiyo, Lyuben Dimovski (Grp 9)

11.45 Closing remarks by Thomas & Shahram