Martin Floeck

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From an assisted living environment installed in 2007, real life data are available to draw conclusions on how to assist persons living there. Reasoning is based on a large set of raw data obtained by home automation sensors. The first important step is to condense the large but rather unspecific raw data information into more significant information. Two(More)
Machine-To-Machine (M2M) is seen as driving enabler for smart solutions for future smart cities. Specialized vertical M2M solutions approaching the markets with the challenges to meet sustainable business solutions. However, it is essential to develop standard based horizontal service platforms in the domain of M2M industry to achieve the M2M vision, i.e.,(More)
In this contribution, an interfacial traction-separation-law based on elastoplasticity with Lemaitre-type-damage is applied. Related constitutive equations are decoupled with respect to a local orthonormal frame such that the stress–strain response is controlled independently in these directions. The constitutive traction-separation-law is applied to the(More)
A methodology for deriving alarms about emerging health risks in senior citizens' homes is described. Instead of sensors worn on the body, a state of the art home automation installation is chosen as technical base. The incoming signals are interpreted as human activity leading to activity profiles. For a straightforward alarm generation a new type of(More)
A brief overview over a real-world Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) project in Kaiserslautern, Germany, is given. It does not only incorporate scientific research but also involves the prospective senior users right from the beginning. The authors’ perception of AAL is characterized as follows: The aspects of safety, comfort, health, and communication cannot(More)
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