PERIMETER’s seventh plenary meeting took place in Tel Aviv Israel on 27-28 May 2010.
The meeting was hosted by PERIMETER partner, Traffix Systems.
This meeting was very important as Phase 2 of the project comes to a close and the second year EU review for the PERIMETER project draws near.
Day one of the meeting was mostly devoted to the technical and integration issues for Phase 2 of the project.
On Day two the consortium discussed and decided upon the functionalities and presentations that will be required for the PERIMETER review which is due to take place in Barcelona at the end of June.
We are delighted to announce that our paper entitled “Seamless Mobile Communications for mHealth” has been accepted for presentation and publication in the Journal of eHealth Technology and Application special issue on mHealth to be distributed at Healthcom2010.
The paper written by Gemma Power, Eileen Dillon and France Cleary will be presented at the 12th International Conference on e-Health Networking, Application & Services IEEE Healthcom 2010 event in Lyon France on 1-3 July 2010.
The paper examines the use of mobile devices and technologies within the PERIMETER project in providing seamless mobile communications for mHealth. In particular, PERIMETER makes use of smart phones with intelligent sensors with sensing capabilities such as GPS location, proximity and accelerometers to create a mobile wireless sensor network to ensure sensitive health related information can be transferred in a seamless and timely fashion across different selected high quality network connections.
We are delighted to announce that PERIMETER will be taking part in the WIT Research Day 2010 being held on Monday 17th May 2010.
The day has three main aims:
* to celebrate the quality of research across all schools within the Institute.
* to enable academic staff and postgraduate students to meet and learn about the research carried out across the Institute.
* to enable networking between researchers from different academic disciplines.
The sessions will be open for all students and staff from the WIT research community and local businesses and industries.
The Telecommunications Software and Systems Group (TSSG) will have a stand at the event and there we will be showcasing a demo and information on the PERIMETER project, including the system running on Android devices and a movie of an example scenario. Frances Cleary, Gemma Power and Eileen Dillon will be present at the event.
More information on the event and registration details can be found here.
Congratulations to our PERIMETER partners in the University of Geneva. Xavier Titi and Jean-Marc Seigneur’s paper entitled “Trust-based Hotspot Selection” received the Best Quantitative Research Paper Award at the IADIS Conference in Porto, Portugal recently.
Xavier and Jean-Marc also received an award for their poster, entitled ‘Boosting Trustworthy Hotspots Rating with Implicit Hotspot QoS Evidence’ at the Future Internet Assembly (FIA) Conference in Stockholm, Sweden. The poster is available for download from the PERIMETER website here.