All Projects (in chronological order)
IDIRA – Interoperability of data and procedures in large-scale multinational disaster response actions
IDIRA develops a system of technologies and guidelines for optimal resource planning and operations across national and organisational borders in case of disasters.
SafeMotion – integrated mobility safeguarding assistance system for patients suffering from dementia
The project “SafeMotion” will develop and evaluate a new, integrated mobility safeguarding assistance system for patients suffering from dementia with “medium severity”. The goal is to adapt the system for the needs of the patients as well as their immediate surrounding by using an adaptive rule based system so that the best possible support is provided in everyday situations. The cornerstones of this concept are: complete integration of system components into everyday objects, a minimal configuration overhead, and highest reliability of alarms in a distress situations.
KoSeP – context-sensitive process management systems for mobile health care providers
ways2navigate – navigation for pedestrians
The aim of ways2navigate is to close effectively information deficit of pedestrians with novel navigation technologies. The project studies with the help of iterative user experiments which conditions and which target groups are suitable for digital map, language and Augmented Reality technology in order to support pedestrians in an urban environment.
FEMroute – Consideration of gender-specific requirements for mobile services
So far the producers of mobility supporting systems have often used little more than fancy packaging and design to reach out to female customers. The underlying software solutions, however, usually have been remained unchanged. Female-specific factors in spatial perception and navigation were either not considered sufficiently, or not at all. This ignores studies that have shown gender-specific differences concerning orientation and strategies of path-finding.
peak.AR – Experience the intriguing panorama of the peaks surrounding you
Have you ever wondered “What is the name of that prominent peak over there?” – find the answer simply by taking a look through the camera of your iPhone or Android device.
MobilityLab – Sun Center of Excellence
The MobilityLab is a Center of Excellence on Engineering of Location-based Services (LBS). It is a joint initiative between industry and research. The MobilityLab constitutes a laboratory that strives for improving the engineering process of LBS by conducting research and development on technical as well as methodological issues. It combines concrete industrial needs with scientific results. Ultimately, this will lead to cost-effective and user-friendly mobile or location-based services.
sAssist – mobile assistive systems for the elderly
Study to evaluate the potential and acceptance of mobile assistive systems for the elderly
SemWay – Semantics for Navigation Systems
SemWay aims at developing a methodology and models for building semantically enriched navigation systems.
Smart Move – tripwolf iPhone travel guide
The mobile iPhone application “tripwolf iPhone travel guide“ offers travelers quick (online and offline) access to topical, professional information on different countries, regions and cities. With the help of Augmented Reality, information is automatically displayed right in live view on their iPhone camera.
FLOW – Dynamical Fleet Scheduling
Design and evaluate a service architecture to utilize real-time traffic information for dynamical fleet scheduling.
WORKPAD – Collaboration Software for Emergency Teams
An Adaptive Peer-to-Peer Software Infrastructure for Supporting Collaborative Work of Human Operators in Emergency Scenarios
TPA – Route Scheduling for Field Staff
The software prototype enables a significant efficiency increase in route scheduling. It is tailored to meet the requirements of field staff, especially for small and medium-sized companies.
ANET-MobilityLab – Testlab for Mobile Services
Tourism is usually regarded as one of the prime application fields for mobile devices. They allow travellers to access services at any time by using portable devices, such as mobile phones. Previous mobile solutions have shown that – provided that they are based on a feasible business model and a software development process that has been aligned for mobile solutions – they benefit both users and providers equally.
InterEVENT – Study and pilot demonstration for traffic management at major events
InterEVENT is a pilot study with the goal of supporting traffic management for major events with clearly defined event sites and time frames.
ANET-TourGuide – TourGuide for Web and Mobile Devices
The project “TourGuide for the Web and Mobile Devices” develops services that help users to plan and make tours and trips in the countryside. The TourGuide provides maps and related multimedia information on specific target areas which allow users to study different offers in detail.
MAP3 – Sun Centre of Excellence for Map-based Online Public Participation
Concepts and technologies for improved public participation in public participation processes and decision finding
GUSTAV – Mobile distaster documentation and online disaster management
Future GALILEO application for disaster management
To meet the increasing demands on e-tourism new information services have to be provided for customers and the marketing services of tourist organisations. The B2B Wissensportal (the B2B Knowledge Portal) is a service-orientated Internet platform for tourism service providers. The B2B Knowledge Portal has been developed together with the SalzburgerLand Tourismus Gesellschaft (SLTG) during a two-year research project.
Open-Spirit – Study and Pilot-Demonstration of intermodal/interoperable Traveller-Information-Technologies
Innovation, pilot and demonstration study in the domain of intermodal passenger transport management