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平成30年5月 doc.: IEEE /424r1 January 2007 Project: IEEE P Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Submission Title: Non-medical applications of WBAN Date Submitted: January 15, 2007 Source: Shigeru Fukunaga, Oki Electric Industry Co., Ltd. Contact: Shigeru Fukunaga, Oki Electric Industry Co., Ltd. Voice: ; Re: Abstract: Introduction for non-medical application of WBAN. Purpose: To encourage discussion. Notice: This document has been prepared to assist the IEEE P It is offered as a basis for discussion and is not binding on the contributing individual(s) or organization(s). The material in this document is subject to change in form and content after further study. The contributor(s) reserve(s) the right to add, amend or withdraw material contained herein. Release: The contributor acknowledges and accepts that this contribution becomes the property of IEEE and may be made publicly available by P Shigeru Fukunaga, OKI Stuart J. Kerry - Philips Semiconductors, Inc.
Non-medical applications of WBAN
January 2007 Non-medical applications of WBAN OKI Shigeru Fukunaga, OKI
Agenda Example 1: Alarm for left things
January 2007 Agenda Example 1: Alarm for left things Example 2: Body motion sensors to control TV game Why WBAN standard suited for the E-Charm applications? Shigeru Fukunaga, OKI
Example 1: Alarm for left things
January 2007 Example 1: Alarm for left things If carrying important things are left somewhere, alarm beeps. Mobile phone Key Wallet Wristwatch ID card Shigeru Fukunaga, OKI
E-Charm for carrying things
January 2007 E-Charm for carrying things Carrying things with E-Charms makes an ad-hoc network. If one thing is far away from other things, the network can notice it. Shigeru Fukunaga, OKI
Example 2: Body motion sensors to control TV game
January 2007 Example 2: Body motion sensors to control TV game Motion of bodies controls TV games. Dancing Fighting Playing sports (Baseball, tennis, golf, etc) Exercising Shigeru Fukunaga, OKI
E-Charm for controlling games
January 2007 E-Charm for controlling games Motion sensors are attached to arms, legs, heads, etc., and they make an ad-hoc network. The sensor data are gathered and sent to the game server. Shigeru Fukunaga, OKI
January 2007 Why is WBAN standard suited for the two applications by E-charm applications? The transmittable range up to 2-3 meters is desirable and enough for a network constructed within a human audible and visible range. WBAN standard is SAR-conscious. Shigeru Fukunaga, OKI
Why is RF-ID not suited for E-Charm Applications?
January 2007 Why is RF-ID not suited for E-Charm Applications? E-Charm applications require to send date actively. Why is WPAN standard not suited for E-Charm Applications? The transmittable range up to 10 meters is too large. WPAN is not SAR-conscious. Shigeru Fukunaga, OKI
Conclusion WBAN standard should be open for non-medical applications.
January 2007 Conclusion WBAN standard should be open for non-medical applications. Shigeru Fukunaga, OKI
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