Accessible and Wireless Sensorial Wayfinding Systems
Mentor: Estefanía Martín Barroso y Cristina Rodríguez
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Phone: (+34) 914888266 // (+34) 914888238
University: Universidad Rey Juan Carlos
Partner Host Institution: N.A.
Keywords: wayfinding, HCI, sensor, monitor, control, accesibility

Accessible and Wireless Sensorial Wayfinding Systems

We are interested in got talent for research and implementation of guidance systems sensory. Systems that physiologically monitor the user to make decisions in the navigation in different spaces in emergency situations. These spaces can be structured spaces or diaphanous spaces where energy monitoring can play a key role in management of emergency situations in the SMART ENERGY program. Situations where there is a location infrastructure will be analyzed, but there will also be a line where it will be based on the absence of an infrastructure previous location. To carry out the research with the Labtel team of Electronic Technology. In addition, there are interested entities in installing and validating this solution in its facilities (Fire Reserves of the south zone of Madrid and the Juan XXIII Foundation)”

Departament: Department of Computing Science, Computer Architecture, Programming Languages and Systems and Statistics and Operative Investigation
Department of Applied Mathematics, Materials Science and Engineering and Electronic Technology
Research Group: Languages and Computer Systems
Electronic Technology
More Information:
Relevants projects on the area: Sistemas e instrumentación en tecnologías fotónicas: Sinfotón; eIntegra
Relevants publications on the area: 1.- M.C.Rodriguez-Sanchez, M.A.Moreno-Alvarez, E.Martin, S.Borromeo, J.A.Hernandez-Tamames. ”Accessible smartphones for blind users: A case study for a wayfinding system”. Expert Systems with Applications. Volume 41, Issue 16, 15 November 2014, Pages 7210-7222.
2.- David Roldán-Álvarez, Estefanía Martín, Manuel García-Herranz, Pablo A. Haya. “Mind the gap: Impact on learnability of user interface design of authoring tools for teachers”. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies. Volume 94, October 2016, Pages 18-34.