Pinpoint Schladming

 

Being in an unfamiliar environment can be daunting. Imagine you had a signpost with you, everywhere you went! In this experiment a mobile application has been developed which integrates location based information from points of interest services at the Schladming … Continued

Being in an unfamiliar environment can be daunting. Imagine you had a signpost with you, everywhere you went! In this experiment a mobile application has been developed which integrates location based information from points of interest services at the Schladming Smart Venue, with maps and statistics from social media platforms (Facebook checkins and likes). The data is accessed using augmented reality view, showing intuitively what is around and proximity to point of interest. Meta information for each point of interest allows contacting places like restaurants and hotels directly, by calling or emailing them within the application. Additional information like special events or offers can be added so local companies and services can reach customers directly with the latest information. The application has evaluated at the Mid Europe music event by adding special places of interests (concert venues) where the event programme and was promoted during the event itself to participants.What the experiment participants were saying:

“That’s really neat, having the [concert] programme and the ATMs and stuff all in one place!”
(A musician from Germany during Mid Europe)

“An Intelligent E-Guide that leads you through the valley!”
(Pontus Sjöström, 41, Sweden)

Publications


Schladming Experiment Design and Plan v1.01

D4.1.1, v1.0.1

This deliverable provides a detailed overview of the experiment design and plan for the Schladming Venue. This document provides EXPERIMEDIA facility developers and testbed operators with a clear view on requirements related to infrastructure and assets for the implementation and execution of the experiment in the Schladming area. The document considers the implications of the initial results of methodology (D2.1.1) as well as inputs from the first scenarios and requirements phase (D2.1.2) and the first blue print architecture(D2.1.3), and considers some concrete requirements for security and data protection from WP5.
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