InCense IoT: A Collective Sensing System for Behavior Data in Shared Spaces
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Collective sensingMobile sensingBehavioral sensing system
Ramos-Monteon, J. [et al.]. InCense IoT: A Collective Sensing System for Behavior Data in Shared Spaces. Proceedings 2018, 2, 1206; doi:10.3390/proceedings2191206.
Behavioral sensing systems collect data from smartphones, wearables, and other devices with the aim of analyzing and making sense of them. In this work, we present InCense IoT, a collective sensing system which uses mobile and ubiquitous sensors for collecting behavior data of groups of participants in shared spaces. This paper describes the concept of collective sensing, an implementation onto InCense called InCense IoT, innovative features, advantages over individual-centric sensing systems. Finally, this paper presents results of a use case using it in monitoring behaviors in mother-child interactions.