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Proceedings, 2019, UCAml 2019
Toledo, Spain | 2–5 December 2019
Volume Editors: José Bravo, Iván González
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Embedding communication transceivers and sensitive electronic into everyday objects to help with [...] Read more. Embedding communication transceivers and sensitive electronic into everyday objects to help with daily functions is the main challenge of the Ubiquitous Computing (UC) paradigm, envisioned by Weiser in 1991. Recognizing that this extension of computational capabilities to appear anytime and anywhere would require gathering more complex information about the environment (context awareness) and the understandings of social, cultural, and psychological phenomena, the UC paradigm has evolved to a more general one called Ambient Intelligence (AmI). Both are the main focus of the International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing and Ambient Intelligence (UCAmI). This event will cover a plethora of related topics: Ambient Intelligence for Health; Smart Environments; IoT and sensors; human–computer interaction; and Ambient Intelligence for education and to promote active and assisted living.