AT&T Research at Pervasive 2012

Jun 18 - 22, 2012

Newcastle, United Kingdom

Contact: Ramón Cáceres

A paper by AT&T Researcher Kevin Li along with CMU collaborators explores how multimodal cues—including feedback from a haptic steering wheel—can convey navigation information to drivers, particularly older drivers. At the Workshop on Pervasive Urban Applications, AT&T Researchers will present early studies into using cellular devices to understand when and where people use urban green spaces.

 

Workshop on Pervasive Urban Applications (PURBA):

Exploring the Use of Urban Greenspace through Cellular Network Activity
Ramón Cáceres - presenting,
Christopher Small (Columbia University), James Rowland, Simon Urbanek

June 19, 2012 at 09:00 AM

 

Main Conference:

HCI Session
Route Guidance Modality for Elder Driver Navigation
SeungJun Kim (Carnegie Mellon University) - presenting, Jin-Hyuk Hong (CMU), Kevin Li, Jodi Forlizzi (CMU), Anind Dey (CMU)

June 21, 2012 at 02:00 PM