Posts belonging to Category Project54

Project54 featured in UNH Campus Journal

Today the UNH Campus Journal published an article (“Where Project54 Is Now“) discussing the current status of Project54.

Project54 work featured in Personal and Ubiquitous Computing journal

Andrew Kun, Project54 PI, is co-editor of an upcoming theme issue of Personal and Ubiquitous Computing on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Applications in the Car. The theme issue also includes Kun et al.’s paper entitled “Interactions between Human-Human Multi-Threaded Dialogues and Driving.”

Project54 staff participate in 2012 UNH ECE open house

The Project54 lab hosted more than 80 visitors on March 31 as part of the UNH ECE open house. Prospective students, accompanied by family and friends, were introduced to ongoing research efforts and even had a chance to try our driving simulator. In the picture below Project54 PhD student Zeljko Medenica introduces the driving simulator.

Dover Police Mounted Patrol Mobile Application Deployment

We are excited to report that the mobile handheld application created and designed specifically for Dover Mounted patrol (DMP) has officially been deployed. Last week Ross Lenharth & I made a trip out to Dover Mounted Patrol with Mark Taipan, project leader and lead developer, to assist him with the delivery, setup and training of the application. Mark demonstrated the handheld [...]

Project54 at the 2011 Emergency Responders Workshop

Andrew Kun reported on Project54 activities at the 2011 Emergency Responders Workshop (pdf) organized by WisDOT, CVTA and GLTEI. Andrew introduced the voice-enabled in-car Project54 system as well as Project54 efforts in integrating police cruisers into agency-wide communications networks. Andrew then discussed ongoing Project54 research activities targeting interactions with in-car devices, handheld computers and multi-touch [...]