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SISARL Sensor Information Appliances and Services for Active Retirees and Assisted Living Jane W. SISARL Sensor Information Appliances and Services for Active Retirees and Assisted Living Jane W. S. Liu Institute of Information Science Academia Sinica, Taiwan ([email protected] sinica. edu. tw) HCSS-11 -04

Home and Personal Appliances Volume / Diversity Assisted Living and home care facilities Consumer Home and Personal Appliances Volume / Diversity Assisted Living and home care facilities Consumer electronic appliances and services for active retirees Smart homes, home theaters, phones, games, smart cars, etc. 2004 ~2014 ~2024 S I S A R L Yr

Why the SISARL Decades? § Rapid advances in technologies, e. g. , • Smart Why the SISARL Decades? § Rapid advances in technologies, e. g. , • Smart gadgets, wearable sensors and actuators, robotic helpers • Wireless, wideband interconnects • Information and service infrastructures § Increasing wants and needs due to • Aging baby-boom generation • Increasingly longer life expectancy • Heightened health and safety awareness § Potentially huge market at infancy

Typical Demographic Trend % (Percentage population over 65) 40 Japan Germ. 30 US 20 Typical Demographic Trend % (Percentage population over 65) 40 Japan Germ. 30 US 20 0 -15 10 2000 10 20 30 40 (Data taken by Japan Assistive Products Association, 2003) 50

Some Observations § SISARL can be divided into • Consumer products and services • Some Observations § SISARL can be divided into • Consumer products and services • Assisted living devices and services • Medical and home care equipment n n The division may be blurry SISARL characteristics include l l l Number of users: 10 million – 10 billion Number of suppliers: 10 – 1000’s User tolerance to glitches: minimum Product life cycles: 3 – 20 yrs Tolerable upgrade effort: minimum

Family and Friends Calendar, Alarms, Instructions & Monitored Events Notifications, Reports, etc. Health Caretakers Family and Friends Calendar, Alarms, Instructions & Monitored Events Notifications, Reports, etc. Health Caretakers Consumer electronics Point-of-Care Devices

Examples of R & D Efforts 1. Assistive technologies 1. Changing Place Consortium, MIT Examples of R & D Efforts 1. Assistive technologies 1. Changing Place Consortium, MIT 2. Aware Home, Georgia Tech 3. Assisted Cognitive Project, UW 4. Smart in-house monitoring, UV 5. Aging-in-Place, Intel Corp. 6. Robotics for assisted living, Japan 2. Design, production and quality assurance technologies

Desired Trends Quality & Usability Volume & Diversity Unit cost Maintenance cost 2004 ~2014 Desired Trends Quality & Usability Volume & Diversity Unit cost Maintenance cost 2004 ~2014 ~2024

Cost of Software Quality $ Now Soon General Acceptable Quality SISARL Cost of Software Quality $ Now Soon General Acceptable Quality SISARL

Critical Technologies § Usability, robustness, configurability, etc. • User scenarios for user-centered approach • Critical Technologies § Usability, robustness, configurability, etc. • User scenarios for user-centered approach • • Design for configurability & verifiability Validation of models and designs Testability, self test, diagnosis and heal Upgrade and maintenance methodologies § System integration standards, e. g. , • Reference models and protocols • Information exchange protocols • Resource conflict resolution & isolation

Bio Jane W. S. Liu is a Research Fellow and Director of the Info. Bio Jane W. S. Liu is a Research Fellow and Director of the Info. Comm Center at the Institute of Information Science, Academia Sinica, Taiwan. There, she is developing the enabling technology for the design, production, and quality assurance of intelligent appliances and services designed to enrich the quality and independence of the lives of elderly individuals. She holds the William Bentor Honorary Chair Professor of Computer Science at Tsing Hua University. She was a Software Architect at Microsoft from 2000 to 2004 and Professor of Computer Science at the University of Illinois at Urbana. Champaign from 1973 to 2000. Her research is in real-time and embedded systems, distributed systems, communication networks and databases. She has led several development efforts and has published numerous papers in these areas. Liu received a BSEE from Cleveland State University and an Sc. D. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.