M o b i l i t y. INF-5261 26 January 2005, 14:15 – 16:00 [email protected] Overview. Perspectives Past – present – future Mobility – terminology - concepts Conditions for the possibility of mobility Projects. The questions!. What is mobile? What is not mobile?. human.
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Telegraph - Morse
Telephone - Bell
Ship to shore radio communicaiton
Rogaland Radio HF
GSM in Norway
3. gen. wireless
terminalMobility - terminology
Wherever I may roam (Metallica)
...and the road becomes my bride I have stripped of all but pride so in her I do confide and she keeps me satisfied gives me all I need ...and with dust in throat I crave only knowledge will I save to the game you stay a slave rover wanderer nomad vagabond call me what you will but I'll take my time anywhere free to speak my mind anywhere and I'll redefine anywhere anywhere I may roam where I lay my head is home ...and the earth becomes my throne I adapt to the unknown under wandering stars I've grown by myself but not alone I ask no one ...and my ties are severed clean the less I have the more I gain off the beaten path I reign rover wanderer nomad vagabond call me what you will but I'll take my time anywhere I'm free to speak my mind anywhere and I'll never mind anywhere anywhere I may roam where I lay my head is home but i'll take my time anywhere free to speak my mind and I'll take my find anywhere anywhere I may roam where I lay my head is home carved upon my stone my body lie, but still I roam wherever I may roam
Investigations of these conditions
I’m all over the place
(ref: Belotti & Bly)
HCI - Human Computer Interaction for mobile and wearable devices
services and applications
access and promotion
Ref: Stabell and Fjelstad
Two conditions are to be met in order to succeed.
Group size: 3 – 7
Project plan – requirements: The “what, when, who, how, which, where” of the project. (1 - 2 pages)
Status report – describe the status of the project (5-15 pages)
Final report – report basis for presentation (10 – 30 pages)
The phenomena to be investigated and described: