Development of User Customized non-contact Platform based on Mini PC and Short-range Wireless Data Communication Sensor

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Published Jul 14, 2017
Jung Woo Kim Eun Ji Lee WANSHI JIN Jae Boong Choi

Abstract

Due to a rapid growth of smart phone market, the development of a new network and the expansion of internet communication and platform technology make a huge amount of information exchange possible in real time. A
smart phone market has transformed into a user-centered market, satisfying the user’s requirements. The convergence of smart device and the IoT (Internet of Things) technology are underway using big data. This paper introduces the development of user customized non-contact platform connecting a mini PC and a short-range wireless data communication sensor. We verified the possibility of application of this platform in the household electric appliances.

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Regular Session Papers