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is generating synergies among its components for the benefit of
a much wider social scale. As a consequence, by strategic
connections with other applications for human life protection
(security, emergency and disaster management services, etc.)
the quality of the medical and social services is improved as
well as the social awareness and preparedness for disaster
III. DATA MANAGEMENT In order to deal with the high risk of heterogeneous data
structure and semantic problems, a federated data management
model  is to be used (Fig. 3). The overall SoS data
repository contains shared data owned by the partner systems
and posted to the repository into a predefined format. The sensors are wearable and capable of transmitting
continuous information to the gateway. Furthermore, all the
sensors are portable, meaning that the patient is able to use Teiemedicine SoS Data Repository them outdoors as well.
The remote monitoring centre system is responsible for
further data analysis, data evaluation, archiving and data
representation. • Data Acceptor Data Provider SoS
Data acquis Ion U to 12 leads
Body GPRS external link Temoerature Figure 3. Position Home Fall detection An important aspect in this architecture is the data
protection, considering the need for interactions between the Gateway mergency
button systems and/or users and the privacy requirements. In order to
achieve an appropriate level of data security, the following
aspects are considered : Temperature Figure 2. Another important Patient monitoring component is the Data management communication system, which transmits the recorded data from the sensors to
the monitoring centre's server and for exposing the information
to the stakeholders. 9th RoEduNet IEEE International Conference 2010 Non repudiation: Identities guarantee for all the users
accessing or providing resources.
Confidentiality: Controlling the access
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2013 for the course IS 101 taught by Professor Siam during the Summer '13 term at King Saud University.
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