Location Aware Communication/RAUM

May 11th, 2012  |  Published in Research

RAUM is a communication principle for spontaneous communication between small devices in Ubiquitous Computing environments. Its central idea is to use location information to assign producers and consumers of communication events in such environment and provide location aware and location dependent routing to distribute information within Ubiquitous Computing environments. The centre of the RAUM system consists of a hybrid (geometric and semantic or symbolic) location model for describing indoor locations and a location aware, subscription driven routing algorithm.

Selected Publications

Michael Beigl, Tobias Zimmer, Christian Decker (2002) A Location Model for Communicating and Processing of Context, Personal and Ubiquitous Computing 6(5-6), p. 341-357, Springer-Verlag, url, doi:10.1007/s007790200039

Michael Beigl (1999) Using Spatial Co-location for Coordination in Ubiquitous Computing Environments, HUC '99: Proceedings of the 1st international symposium on Handheld and Ubiquitous Computing, p. 259-273, London, UK: Springer-Verlag, url, doi:10.1007/3-540-48157-5_24

Start/End:

1997-2002

Research Topics:

hybrid location model, geometric location model, location aware routing

Application and economic dissemination:

Prototype

Follow-ups:

AwareCon

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