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User-Driven and Seamless Info-Mobility Services for Mobility-Impaired People: the ASK-IT Project
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Edwards S, Fowler C
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13th ITS World Congress
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8-12 October 2006
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Older and disabled people possess a variety of functional limitations, from different types of physical impairment to restricted activity opportunities. The ASK-IT Integrated Project (FP6-2003-IST-2) uses ambient intelligence technology to provide personalised, self-configurable, intuitive and context-related applications and services for mobility impaired (MI) people in various environments, including home, work, leisure and transportation. It provides a set of additional services, including location-based, navigation, and e-commerce. This paper presents the ASK-IT objectives, system and services, explains the user requirements and content cataloguing methodology for the transportation application, and introduces the pilot sites in which ASK-IT trials will take place.
Intelligent Transport Systems
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