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Title: Mid Term Review


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A CUltural heritage SPace Identification
System Galileo and the European Cultural Assets
a European infrastructure serving another
European infrastructure
  • Mid Term Review
  • Rome 11/04/06
  • CAF - Service Requirement Demonstration
    Environment (Greece)

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AGENDA
  • 1. INTRODUCTION
  • 2. ASSESMENT OF USER NEEDS FOR CAF APPLICATIONS
  • 3. DESCRIPTION OF CUSPIS CAF SERVICES SCENARIOS
  • 4. DEMONSTRATION ENVIRONMENT
  • CUSPIS CAF ARCHITECTURE

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Introduction
  • Purpose
  • to describe the CUSPIS Cultural Asset Fruition
    (CAF) demonstrator that will developed in the 3rd
    phase of the project.
  • to present the environment in which the trials
    will be conducted (Athens, Greece).
  • to design the wider CAF architecture considering
    the existing technologies and identified needs.
  • Main objective
  • to prove that Galileo based infrastructure,
    integrated with other key technologies, can
    establish an overall reference scheme that can
    boost the Fruition of Cultural Assets.

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Assesment of the CUSPIS CAF applications (1/2)
  • Previous work demonstrated that there are key
    aspects of the user needs, characteristics and
    requirements
  • Galileo enablers/differentiators
  • Improved accuracy through the GALILEO receiver
  • Improved availability in challenging urban
    environments (urban canyons)
  • Indoor availability
  • Altitude accuracy will be examined among PoIs
    that share the same longitude and latitude
  • Authentication of CAs
  • Cooperation of Galileo with GPS and other
    positioning methods (hybridization)
  • Target Market Segment Mobile users who travel
    for various purposes (tourism, business, etc.)
  • Multi-lingual support
  • Travel-centric Use of Service Pre-Travel,
    On-Travel, After-Travel
  • Cultural Traveler User Scenarios The service
    specification should be based on specific user
    scenarios

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Assesment of the CUSPIS CAF applications (2/2)
  • Content non-cultural content should also be
    delivered
  • Emergency, Local Authorities, Entertainment,
    Banks, Exchange houses, Transportation, Shopping
  • Content Presentation
  • Different levels of detail
  • Should be based on multimedia
  • Service Performance Terminal types, network
    performance (e.g. GPRS/UMTS), content format
    (video, picture, text), etc.
  • Interactive Service Philosophy simple and
    efficient interaction mechanisms
  • Positioning The positioning accuracy and
    availability should be taken into account
    especially indoors, in order to properly adapt
    the information that will be provided to the user
  • Privacy privacy issues, which the system should
    be able to maintain and guarantee
  • Pricing Scheme
  • User awareness of the charging schemes
  • The applied pricing should fit the user
    understanding based on pricing schemes applied
    to similar types of services
  • Complex pricing schemes may deter users from
    using the service

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Description of CUSPIS CAF services scenarios
  • DESCRIPTION OF USER SCENARIOS
  • SERVICE DISTRIBUTION CHANNEL
  • DATA REQUIREMENTS
  • FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS
  • QUALITY OF SERVICE

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Cultural Asset Fruition system idea description
  • This application targets
  • the Tourists
  • Cultural and Tourism Organizations
  • Many services could be enhanced by the satellite
    location, time and velocity information provided
    by Galileo, in order to offer
  • Accurate Positioning, Optimized Routing, Visits
    planning, Tourist guiding
  • Various similar applications have been already
    developed
  • Issues to be improved with Galileo
  • Discontinuity of monitoring
  • Lack of indoor positioning
  • Altitude accuracy
  • Integration of several technologies for
    positioning (GNSS, RFID, etc) and for
    communication (3G etc)
  • CAs authentication
  • To add to the CAs a 4th dimension using Galileo
    timestamp time

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Cultural Asset Fruition system idea description
CA owners
Content Providers
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User Scenarios
  • Pre-Travel Scenario
  • Step 1 Registration
  • Step 2 Selection
  • Step 3 Cultural content presentation
  • Step 4 PoI selection
  • On-Travel Scenario
  • Step 1 Accessing the service
  • Step 2 Positioning
  • Step 3 Cultural content presentation
  • Step 4 Selecting a PoI
  • Step 5 Receiving relevant content
  • After-Travel Scenario

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Service Distribution Channels (1/4)
  • CAF - Internet Based Application
  • Wireless networks
  • Commercially Available Wireless Networks (e.g.
    GPRS/UMTS/WLAN)
  • Complentary info will be pushed through (SMS,
    MMS)
  • Future Available Networks (WiMAX, HSDPA)
  • Wired Networks (e.g. LAN, DSL, etc.)
  • Apllicable for pre-travel and after-travel
    scenarios

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Service Distribution Channels (2/4)
Wireless networks UMTS case (throughput up to
384Kbps)
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Service Distribution Channels (3/4)
Wireless networks GPRS case (throughput up to
64Kbps)
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Service Distribution Channels (4/4)
Push SMS-MMS architecture
CUSPIS CAF Server (Exodus)
HTTP
Vodafone network
Push Initiator
PAP
WAP Gateway
PPG
OTA
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DATA REQUIREMENTS (1/4)
  • Content Forms
  • Text / Rich Text
  • Photo material by qualified photographers,
    experienced on the cultural assets and civil
    scene photography.
  • Maps Dynamically created active maps.
    Integration with GIS.
  • GIS
  • Provides dynamic geographical maps of a requested
    area
  • Combines layers of information about a place.
    Presents points of interests (layers) on the map
  • Enables
  • Proximity searches and neighboring searches
  • Distance calculation
  • Multi-modal routing (calculation of optimised
    routes)
  • Map rendering for mobile Devices

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DATA REQUIREMENTS (2/4)
  • 3D Images Integrate 3D images and
    reconstructions of cultural assets with the
    Galileo timestamp.
  • To add to the cultural assets published by CUSPIS
    CAF a 4th dimension time
  • Video / Sound
  • Users might be concerned of the high price that
    video and audio may impose and also of the
    available bandwidth
  • Although sound and video streams will not be
    included in the initial form of the service, all
    the means for inclusion of such content in future
    versions of CUSPIS CAF will be provided
  • The migration of the service to 3G networks may
    render attractive the provision of video and
    sound streams to the end user

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DATA REQUIREMENTS (3/4)
  • Ontologies
  • Our goal is to hierarchically structure the
    cultural information
  • Initially, we will do that based on some
    predefined categories
  • The advantages of the application of ontologies
    in the CH sector are
  • Great flexibility in cultural information objects
    utilization
  • Ease, intelligent and intuitive search and
    updates of cultural information
  • Adaptation and Customization to needs of users
  • Facilitation of learning
  • Better communication and cooperation
    (interoperabilty) among institutions and among
    systems

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DATA REQUIREMENTS (4/4) - Centrica
  • Digital Rights Management
  • Digital Rights Management Systems (DRMs) are
    technologies that describe and identify digital
    content protected by intellectual property
    rights, and enforce usage rules set by
    right-holders or prescribed by law for digital
    content. DRMs are thus an important complement to
    the legal framework.
  • Within the frames of the CUSPIS CAF demonstrator
    Centricas XLPhoto will be used. XLphoto is a
    unique server solution for the Digital Asset
    Management and Digital Right Management of image
    archives.
  • XLphoto incorporates several unique features
    available in a web environment
  • integrates a sophisticated DRM (Digital Right
    Management) for IPR protection
  • enables users to zoom images with CENTRICA's
    Image serving technology
  • centrally stores images in a single file per
    image and their metadata
  • automatically search the Web and reports when it
    finds watermarked images for IPR enforcement

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QoS issues (1/2)
  • Network Coverage
  • Mobility of the user
  • Display capabilities
  • Underlying network (throughput, delay)
  • Content availability-quality-format
  • text/rich text
  • Photos
  • Maps
  • 3D images
  • Videos

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QoS issues (2/2)
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Demonstration Environment
Location Area Historical Center of Athens
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Demonstration Environment
  • Outdoor environment Historical Center of Athens
    divisions
  • The archaeological area
  • The ancient quarters
  • The modern area of the
  • historical centre
  • Its historical heritage is extremely rich where
    there are the most well known archaeological
    sights universally such us the Sacred Rock of
    Acropolis and its temple Parthenon, Theatre of
    Dionissos e.t.c.
  • About 43 archaeological places, 50 historical
    buildings, 22 Museums, 19 historical squares, 15
    big recreation nature grounds and 275 monuments
    and sculptures.

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Demonstration Environment
  • Outdoor environment Urban density and topology
    (e.g. altitude) differs among these areas (open
    air to urban canyon,) -gt variant Galileo signal
    -gt tests are essential
  • Indoor environment Scenario in the Municipal
    Art Gallery
  • This gallery is located near the dense urban area
    of Omonia Square
  • Has a permanent collection of over 2,500 original
    Greek works of art which trace the evolution of
    Greek painting from 1870 up to present

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Content categorization
  • BASIC CONTENT
  • Natural Places
  • Archeological Sites
  • Historical Buildings
  • Pedestrian streets
  • Old City Information
  • Museums
  • Cultural
  • Athletics

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Content categorization
  • ADDITIONAL CONTENT
  • Emergency
  • Transportation
  • Local Authorities
  • Food
  • Accommodation
  • Finance
  • Entertainment
  • Shopping

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Content issues
  • Multilinguality
  • Content Update
  • Open architecture for content providers
  • Content organization-manipulation

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CUSPIS CAF Architecture
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User Devices
  • A state of the art mobile terminal or PDA
  • Internet connectivity (GPRS/UMTS/WLAN,...)
  • A web browser installed (e.g. Opera, NetFront)
  • Interface to external devices (e.g. Bluetooth)
  • Screen size (176x208) resolution (256K colours)
  • Memory
  • Video player
  • SMS-MMS support
  • Galileo/GPS receiver

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Candidate Devices
  • Symbian OS 9.1 / UIQ 3.0
  • 3G tri-band GSM cell phone, UMTS, WLAN 802.11b
  • Bluetooth, USB
  • 80MB internal memory expandable through Memory
    Stick
  • Touchscreen 240x320 pixel
  • 2MPixel camera
  • MP3 player
  • DVB-H
  • 2Q 2006 available

SONY ERICCSON P990
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Candidate Devices
  • Symbian OS v8.0, Series 60 2nd edition
  • GSM/GPRS/UMTS connectivity
  • Bluetooth USB
  • HTML browser
  • JAVA MIDP 2.0
  • 10MB internal memory, expandable through Memory
    Stick
  • Screen 176x208 pixel, 262K colours
  • 1,3 MPixel camera
  • MP3 player,
  • DVB-H
  • 2006 available

NOKIA 6680
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Questions
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Questions
  • Main Contributors
  • EXODUS SA (leader)
  • VODAFONE
  • MUNICIPALITY OF ATHENS
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