Conference proceedings article
Socially Acceptable Design of a Ubiquitous System for Monitoring Elderly Family Members



Publication Details
Authors:
Hoberg, S.; Schmidt, L.; Hoffmann, A.; Söllner, M.; Leimeister, J.; Voigtmann, C.; David, K.; Zirfas, J.; Roßnagel, A.
Editor:
Goltz, Ursula; Magnor, M; Appelrath, Hans-Jürgen; Mathies, H; Balke W.-T; Wolf, L
Publisher:
Köllen
Place:
Bonn
Publication year:
2012
Pages range:
349-363
Book title:
Informatik 2012 - Was bewegt uns in der/die Zukunft?: 42. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Informatik e. V. (Braunschweig 2012)
Title of series:
Lecture Notes in Informatics
Number in series:
P-208
ISBN:
9783885796022

Abstract

Some functions in ambient assistance systems are enabled by sensors gathering data from the surroundings. While many prototypes are developed to prove technical concepts, for creating an acceptable, usable product additional facets need to be considered. Therefore, we present an approach to develop a functional ubiquitous system to support the monitoring and assistance of elderly family members. Besides the necessary technical concepts, insights from trust, law and user interface design are incorporated in this approach. The main idea of the approach is to deduce functional requirements from normative guidelines, theories or laws, and to combine the contributions from the involved disciplines developing the Senior Monitor demonstrator.



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