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Intel and Personal Wellness: 

Intel and Personal Wellness Trevor Pering, Intel Research

Intel and Personal Wellness (a.k.a. Healthcare): 

Intel and Personal Wellness (a.k.a. Healthcare) The Personal Media Server Phone as a Personal Wellness Device PSI: Phone System Interface NFC SHIMMER Dynamic Digital Health BUT

The Personal Media Server: 

Personalized Mobile Content The Personal Media Server Large Screen Display

Personal Media Server: Video & Audio Streaming From a Cell Phone: 

Personal Media Server: Video & Audio Streaming From a Cell Phone

Architectural Overview: Built on Standard Components: 

PERSONAL SERVER (Mobile Phone) ACCESS COMPUTER (Desktop PC) TCP/IP FILE SERVER [Samba] UPnP BLUETOOTH WINDOWS OS PAN PROFILE RADIO LINUX OS UPnP BLUETOOTH PAN PROFILE RADIO HTTP Bluetooth STREAMING SERVER [Darwin] RTSP TUPLED RPC Architectural Overview: Built on Standard Components WEB SERVER [Apache] FILE VIEWER IEXPLORER QUICKTIME Neighborhood Manager SMB

The Personal Health Ecosystem: 

The Personal Health Ecosystem Environmental Sensors Sensor Appliance Installed Infrastructure Wearable Components Healthcare Provider

Phones as a Health Platform: 

Phones as a Health Platform Cell-phones are the personal device of choice The Motorola e680 Phone Based on Intel PXA271 processor Full linux distribution J2ME Java programming environment …but, no sensors or sensor-network comm. And this phone is several years old! Newer phones will have… WiFi Radios Advanced games and other applications Extensive media integration RFID/NFC readers …but, still no sensors ot sensor-network interface!

PSI: Phone System Interface : 

PSI: Phone System Interface The PSI board (groan) is an electronic extension designed for modern high-end cell-phones, which allows researchers to extend the platform and interface with other emerging electronic ecosystems. e680: Personal device, and user interface. PSI: Sensing and network interface.

PSI Board Specifications: 

PSI Board Specifications The PSI board is a general-purpose phone extension platform: MSP430 (same as TelosB) Interface to phone w/ SDIO extension 3-Axis Accelerometer 802.15.4 Radio Expansion Connector NFC Sensing board MSB board from Seattle ….? Available to students on a limited basis for class projects!

NFC: Connecting Devices Through Touch: 

NFC: Connecting Devices Through Touch Near Field Communication (NFC) is a next-generation RFID standard that allows for two-way short-range communication between devices. Can tell when two devices are (nearly) touching Can be used to create secure connections between devices The NFC expansion board for PSI adds NFC capability to the phone platform, allowing one to (for example) easily connect to wearable sensors… ? ? ?

Shimmer: Small Form-Factor Wearable Sensors: 

Shimmer: Small Form-Factor Wearable Sensors Shimmer is a small form-factor board designed primarily as a wearable sensor. It is similar to the standard Telos motes, except it is smaller and has an embedded accelerometer on-board… Runs same Tiny-OS as Telos Has same 802.15.4 radio 3-axis accelerometer Compact expansion connector Available to students on a limited basis for projects! Shimmer is a wearable sensor, while PSI is intended as a phone attachment. They are basically the same electronics with different form-factors…

Dynamically Connecting Wearable Sensors: 

Dynamically Connecting Wearable Sensors …creating an ecosystem of health-related technologies that provide a highly mobile capability tightly integrated with supporting computing infrastructure.

Health Management: 

Health Management Dynamic Digital Health Dynamic integration within-room monitoring infrastructure Integration with a Doctor’s mobile workflow Bringing personal historical wearable sensor data into hospital environment

BUT: Fundamentals of Platform Design: 

BUT: Fundamentals of Platform Design How the market will mobilize around the idea and make it a success. Why people will use it, and why it will serve their (unmet) needs. What it does, and how it will do what it needs to do. In order to be successful, a brilliant idea needs to address all three aspects of the product ecosystem.

Technology: What is the product?: 

Technology: What is the product? Success stories? Failures? What is a technology that is so wonderful that people will use/buy it despite a horrible business model or no compelling use?

Business: How will economics support the product?: 

Business: How will economics support the product? Success stories? Failures? Is there something where the business model was so good that it could overcome bad technologies or dismal user experiences?

Users: Why will users want the product?: 

Users: Why will users want the product? Success stories? Failures? What is a usage model that is so compelling that users will buy/use it despite a horrible business model or bad technology?

BUT, TUB, UTB, UBT, BTU, or TBU?: 

BUT, TUB, UTB, UBT, BTU, or TBU? Project tend to start off with one primary driver… Business model built on existing technology feeding or existing uses New technology into old businesses or established use models New uses found for existing technology and business channels Each category has its associated element of risk and uncertainty… …but they also have their associated reward and payback. The important thing is to understand the user need your product meets, how it is enabled by the underlying technology, and how it will be supported by its business plan. Specifically, how is it different than other products out there? Hat trick?

Summary: Personal Healthcare & Wellness: 

Summary: Personal Healthcare & Wellness Technology? Emerging world of personal mobile & wearable electronics. But what are the specific technologies that will make a difference? Users? Ubiquitous desire to be healthy and well. But what are the specific cases that need a new product? Business? Healthcare is a very large and growing industry. But who will pay for something different, and why?

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