gfence.pdf - UBICOMP'14 SEPTEMBER 13 17 2014 SEATTLE WA USA Geofencing 2.0 Taking Location-based Notifications to the Next Level Sandro Rodriguez Garzon

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Geofencing 2.0: Taking Location-based Notifications to the Next Level Sandro Rodriguez Garzon Service-centric Networking Telekom Innovation Laboratories, TU-Berlin Berlin, Germany [email protected] Bersant Deva Service-centric Networking Telekom Innovation Laboratories, TU-Berlin Berlin, Germany [email protected] ABSTRACT Recently, Location-based Services (LBS) became proactive by supporting smart notifications in case the user enters or leaves a specific geographical area, well-known as Geofen- cing . However, different geofences cannot be temporally re- lated to each other. Therefore, we introduce a novel method to formalize sophisticated Geofencing scenarios as state and transition-based geofence models. Such a model considers temporal relations between geofences as well as duration con- straints for the time being within a geofence or in transition between geofences. These are two highly important aspects in order to cover sophisticated scenarios in which a notifica- tion should be triggered only in case the user crosses multiple geofences in a defined temporal order or leaves a geofence after a certain amount of time. As a proof of concept, we introduce a prototype of a suitable user interface for design- ing complex geofence models in conjunction with the corres- ponding proactive LBS. Author Keywords Ubiquitous Computing; Location-based Services; Geofencing; Location-based Notifications ACM Classification Keywords I.6.5 Simulation and Modeling: Model Development – Mo- deling methodologies; H.5.m. Information Interfaces and Presentation (e.g. HCI): Miscellaneous INTRODUCTION Over the last years, mobile devices such as smartphones or tablets became an integral part of everyone’s daily life. As envisioned by Mark Weiser [37], those technologies are seamlessly integrated into the environment by making use of sensing technologies and sophisticated ambient services. Thereby, the mobile devices are expected to act within an in- telligent environment in which they are supposed to support the user by adapting its capabilities towards the situational needs [16]. Hence, they are more and more perceived to Permission to make digital or hard copies of all or part of this work for personal or classroom use is granted without fee provided that copies are not made or distributed for profit or commercial advantage and that copies bear this notice and the full cita- tion on the first page. Copyrights for components of this work owned by others than ACM must be honored. Abstracting with credit is permitted. To copy otherwise, or re- publish, to post on servers or to redistribute to lists, requires prior specific permission and/or a fee. Request permissions from [email protected] UbiComp’14 , September 13-17, 2014, Seattle, WA, USA Copyright 2014 ACM 978-1-4503-2968-2/14/09...$15.00.
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