publication . Conference object . 2013

mobile phone sensing as a service business model and use cases

Rabeb Mizouni; May El Barachi;
  • Published: 21 Nov 2013
  • Publisher: IEEE
With the ubiquity and ever-increasing capabilities of mobile devices and the integration of more and more sensors in them, such devices now have the potential to act not only as personal communication and computing platforms but also as sensing platforms. Mobile phone sensing is a complementary and radically different sensing approach in which smartphones fulfill the sensing role (instead of dedicated wireless sensor networks), by acting as super sensor nodes and gateways. There are several motivations behind the mobile phone sensing approach, such as: Increased sensing coverage area due to phones' mobility, enhanced information processing/validation capabilitie...
free text keywords: Computer network, business.industry, business, Mobile search, GSM services, Mobile Web, Mobile phone, Mobile phone tracking, Mobile identification number, Mobile station, Computer science, Mobile computing
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