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Juan Jimenez Garcia successfully defended his doctoral thesis 
On 17 December 2014, Juan Jimenez Garcia successfully defended his doctoral thesis entitled "Beyond the Numbers: A User-Centered Design Approach for Personal Reflective Healthcare Technologies”. The research has been performed under supervision of Prof. David Keyson (promotor) from University of Delft and Prof. Paul Havinga (promotor) from University of Twente.

Thesis can be found at: http://eprints.eemcs.utwente.nl/25879/





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PS Outing and 'Heel PS bakt' 
On 11 December 2014, PS held its annual winter outing. This time 'PS cooks' was the theme of the program. A delicious 4-course dinner was prepared by the group.















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PS supervisors in USB 2014 Study Tour 
PS staff have accompanied USB 14.0 study tour organized by I.C.T. Study Association Inter-Actief to Brazil. In this trip a number of universities and companies have been visited. Students are supposed to write a scientific article supervised by the research staff and a report about their experience in the study tour.





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Year 1 review of the Sunrise project 
On 4 November 2014, the year 1 review meeting of the SUNRISE project with the EC reviewers took place in Napoli, Italy. The review meeting went successfully and the project project was evaluated excellent in terms of its technical and dissemination achievements.




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Successful exhibition of SenSafety during the COMMIT mid-term event 
On 1 and 2 October 2014 the SenSafety project showed several demos during the COMMIT mid-term event “The big future of data”. The event attracted hundreds of people, and many visited our booths. On the booth we showed the overall concept of SenSafety, and in particular we demonstrated the first version of the iLP (intelligent Lamp Post), ad-hoc communication with and between drones, crowd monitoring using camera’s and WiFi, and complex event detection. On the photo the proud crew that took care of the exhibition is shown.

At a separate SenSafety booth Okan Turkes and Wouter van Kleunen demonstrated the possibilities of modern smart phones for public safety. Okan demonstrated an opportunistic network of smart phones using an extremely lightweight ad hoc communication protocol, called Cocoon. Using this network emergency messages can be communicated without the use of any internet connection. Wouter demonstrated an indoor positioning system that was able to track all smart phones of the visitors of the exhibition. Despite the very harsh exhibition environment and the large number of visitors, the system performed well and could position visitors in a few meter meters accurately. The system showed to be highly useful as crowd monitoring tool, exactly showing which parts of the exhibition area were crowded.









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