Luis E. Talavera

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Few studies have investigated and proposed a middleware solution for the Internet of Mobile Things (IoMT), where the smart things (Smart Objects) can be moved, or else can move autonomously, and yet remain accessible and controllable remotely from any other computer over the Internet. Examples of mobile Smart Objects include vehicles of any kind, wearable(More)
The current ubiquity of smart phones with mobile Internet and several short-range wireless interfaces (NFC, Bluetooth, Bluetooth Smart) and the fact that these devices are carried almost anytime and anywhere by users, enables potentially new pervasive sensing applications where smartphones can act as universal hubs for interaction with sensors (or sensor(More)
In the Internet of Mobile Things (IoMT) applications dealing with mobile objects may benefit from information if two or more objects are in co-movement, i.e. if they are close to each other and sharing the same movement pattern during some interval of time. In this demo we demonstrate how co-movement can be reliably monitored in a mobile middleware(More)
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