The international healthcare systems interoperability is an unresolved technological area at the moment. This paper demonstrates the results of the software engineering research for simplex syntactic and semantic technical interoperability of hospital information systems, eHealth smart device technology and clinical telemedicine instruments through the recently developed Telemedicine Interoperability Hub. Several similar experiments exist. This research is unique in building a prototype interconnecting not only healthcare information systems with each other, but aiming to establish a general healthcare interoperability scheme including also the eHealth smart devices and telemedicine instruments. The aim of this research is to establish cloud-based data interchange capability with the newly developed information technology system interconnected with the emerging eHealth Internet of Things solutions and the classical hospital information system architecture. Notwithstanding the international information technology medical data exchange standards, like Health Level Seven, the adoption of an industry-wide open telemedicine syntactic and semantic interoperability standard is necessary. The research studied varying simplex, duplex, full-duplex, data package- and file-based information technology modalities establishing stable system interconnection among clinical instruments, healthcare systems and eHealth smart devices. This research is the manifestation of the trilateral cooperation of the University of Debrecen Department of Information Technology, Semmelweis University Second Paediatric Clinic and T-Systems Healthcare Competence Center Central and Eastern Europe. The developed experimental software engineering solution was embedded in hybrid cloud architecture after testing private cloud Infrastructure-as-a-Service and Public Cloud Software-as-a-Service technical solutions.
This paper discusses the control of the electric energy consumption in a household equipped with smart devices. The household consumption pattern is the result of a two-level optimization framework. The scheduling of the electric appliances is determined by the first optimization, receiving Time of Use tariffs proposed by the utility company. The scheduler considers the consumer's preferences on the powering on for each appliance.
Secondly a model predictive controller is developed to control the electric heating system based on energy constraints resulting from the appliance scheduling.
Simulations show the energy efficiency and an optimized electricity cost of the strategy proposed.
Location specific services are widely used in outdoor environment and their indoor counterpart is gaining more popularity as well. There is no standardized technology exists for indoor localization, usually smart phone is used as a localization platform and the field strength of an existing radio frequency infrastructure is used as the location specific information. Smart devices are also equipped with several sensors capable of capturing the motion data of the device. Detecting the walking step, turn, stairs motion type can refine the indoor position using digital indoor map as a reference. The real-time recognition of the motion type is possible with a precisely constructed and trained convolutional neural network and therefore it can improve the stability of the localization.
Összefoglaló. Az okoseszközök, az internet használata egyre
fiatalabb életkorban jelenik meg a gyermekek körében. Az online környezet
sajátosságairól, a szocializációra, valamint más tényezőkre gyakorolt negatív
hatásairól már számos kutatás számolt be, azonban a tanulók
kortárskapcsolatainak alakulásáról eddig kevés elemzés született. E pilotkutatás
felhívja a figyelmet az offline-online jelenlét, valamint a kortárskapcsolatok
összefüggéseire, az azzal járó lehetséges veszélyekre, melyek most különös
jelentőséggel bírnak, hiszen a digitális oktatás bevezetése óta még több
gyermeket érint az online jelenlét.
Summary. Nowadays, smart devices and the internet among children
appear at younger ages than they did a few years ago. The particularities of the
online environment, the social, and other negative effects are the topics of
several studies, but very few focused on these effects on students’
relationships. Our pilot-research highlights the connections between offline and
online relationships and the potential dangers caused by the online presence of
children at a young age, which is even relevant since the beginning of the
digital online education caused by the pandemic when even more primary-school
children joined the online platforms.
, smartdevices of some kind of an algorithm. Just Industry 4.0. has strengthened the debate about delegation of the management's decision rights, due to the fact that it is no longer to be assigned only to people. A frequently debated question of our days
how educators can use online modalities, flipped classrooms, social media, or smartdevices in learning areas to enhance the learning processes.
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