Publication detail

Experimental Evaluation of Technology Enablers for Cutting Edge Wearables’ Applications

ZEMAN, K. MAŠEK, P. HOŠEK, J. DVOŘÁK, P. JOŠTH, R. JANKECH, T.

Original Title

Experimental Evaluation of Technology Enablers for Cutting Edge Wearables’ Applications

Czech Title

Experimentální ověření hardwarových platforem pro nastupující nositelná zařízení

English Title

Experimental Evaluation of Technology Enablers for Cutting Edge Wearables’ Applications

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

Nowdays, wearables are very important part of Internet of Things (IoT) concept. They share a lot of parameters with embedded devices and add some new requirements. Most of those requirements are created by their unique usage - these devices are in user proximity, mostly directly on a human body. This brings also a lot of complications for researchers and engineers. They must consider i.e. safety terms or small dimensions, which are interfering with requirements such as battery life and computational power. This paper presents a study of computational power versus power efficiency of modern System on a Chip (SoC) platform for Internet of Things (IoT). Target of this study is to determine which currently accessible SoC on the market is most suitable for usage in wearables and emerging applications like e.g. augmented reality. Three different platforms were tested and the results are presented at the end of this paper.

Czech abstract

Nowdays, wearables are very important part of Internet of Things (IoT) concept. They share a lot of parameters with embedded devices and add some new requirements. Most of those requirements are created by their unique usage - these devices are in user proximity, mostly directly on a human body. This brings also a lot of complications for researchers and engineers. They must consider i.e. safety terms or small dimensions, which are interfering with requirements such as battery life and computational power. This paper presents a study of computational power versus power efficiency of modern System on a Chip (SoC) platform for Internet of Things (IoT). Target of this study is to determine which currently accessible SoC on the market is most suitable for usage in wearables and emerging applications like e.g. augmented reality. Three different platforms were tested and the results are presented at the end of this paper.

English abstract

Nowdays, wearables are very important part of Internet of Things (IoT) concept. They share a lot of parameters with embedded devices and add some new requirements. Most of those requirements are created by their unique usage - these devices are in user proximity, mostly directly on a human body. This brings also a lot of complications for researchers and engineers. They must consider i.e. safety terms or small dimensions, which are interfering with requirements such as battery life and computational power. This paper presents a study of computational power versus power efficiency of modern System on a Chip (SoC) platform for Internet of Things (IoT). Target of this study is to determine which currently accessible SoC on the market is most suitable for usage in wearables and emerging applications like e.g. augmented reality. Three different platforms were tested and the results are presented at the end of this paper.

Keywords

Augmented reality, D2D communication, Internet of Things, SoC

Released

20.10.2016

Location

Lisabon

ISBN

978-1-4673-8817-7

Book

2016 8th International Congress on Ultra Modern Telecommunications and Control Systems and Workshops (ICUMT)

Pages from

15

Pages to

19

Pages count

5

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT129134,
  author="Kryštof {Zeman} and Pavel {Mašek} and Jiří {Hošek} and Pavel {Dvořák} and Radovan {Jošth} and Tomáš {Jankech}",
  title="Experimental Evaluation of Technology Enablers for Cutting Edge Wearables’ Applications",
  annote="Nowdays, wearables are very important part of Internet of Things (IoT) concept. They share a lot of parameters with embedded devices and add some new requirements. Most of those requirements are created by their unique usage - these devices are in user proximity, mostly directly on a human body. This brings also a lot of complications for researchers and engineers. They must consider i.e. safety terms or small dimensions, which are interfering with requirements such as battery life and computational power. This paper presents a study of computational power versus power efficiency of modern System on a Chip (SoC) platform for Internet of Things (IoT). Target of this study is to determine which currently accessible SoC on the market is most suitable for usage in wearables and emerging applications like e.g. augmented reality. Three different platforms were tested and the results are presented at the end of this paper.",
  booktitle="2016 8th International Congress on Ultra Modern Telecommunications and Control Systems and Workshops (ICUMT)",
  chapter="129134",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  year="2016",
  month="october",
  pages="15--19",
  type="conference paper"
}