Project Title: CBDP

Project Duration: 36 months

Start Date: 1 July 2008

Funding Authority: Celtic research and development programme

Topic: CP5-004

Type of Instrument: R&D Project

Status: Closed


Project Objectives

The overall objective of the project is:

Within the next several years, as digital technologies become increasingly pervasive, we might find ourselves living within intelligent interactive systems formed by hundreds of sensors, actuators, complex systems, etc. Interacting with them is a complex and time-consuming task that sometimes is not possible for certain groups of people: third-age persons, handicapped persons and so on. Even for fully prepared IT professionals it is complicated to deal with all manuals, guides, and so on overflowing home and office spaces. Although there are many user-centric approaches to deal with this phenomenon, it seems that the only unnatural part of a digital environment is the human being. To solve this problem the CBDP project suggests the creation of a context-based digital personally (DP) as a proxy between digital surroundings and the final user. DPs will benefit from mobile technologies for context-creation, maintenance and usage; and from semantic technologies for formal decisions and verifications. Usage of DP will simplify everyday interaction between users and digital environments and will provide a framework for implementing value-added services for mobile operators.


Project Consortium

Participant organisation name Country                     
Acciona Infraestructuras Spain
Atego France
Caretta Software and Consultancy Turkey
CodeSyntax S.L. Spain
INDRA Sistemas (SA) Spain
Mobilera Turkey
Tagzania Services 2007 Spain
Televes S.A. Spain
Turkcell Turkey
Universidad de la Iglesia de Deusto Spain


Consulted Turkish Partners to apply for the project and supported them during the project management, coordination and reporting activities.

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