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1 -Priyanka, Madhurima

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3 IDEA of WIRELESS LEASH Your devices go…. Wherever you go!!

4 Project Goal Fast and easy device discovery Maintain Proximity Power EfficientContext Aware Blue Connect

5 Fast and easy device discovery Maintain Proximity Power EfficientContext Aware Blue Connect Using Visual Tags to Bypass Bluetooth Device Discovery -Priyanka Using Visual Tags to Bypass Bluetooth Device Discovery -Priyanka Bluetooth Tracking without Discoverability- Madhurima Bluetooth Tracking without Discoverability- Madhurima

6 BLUETOOTH TRACKING WITHOUT DISCOVERABILITY Location and Context Awareness LoCA,2009 Tokyo, Japan

7 Aim: Indoor Location Tracking Locate user in a building Tracking of users in timescale Tracking of Multiple Users Easy to use. Existing hardware.

8 Existing work and proposed solution WiFi: – High power demand – Set up and maintainance – Handset requires WiFi ON Bluetooth (RSS, FingerPrint) – Beacons – Scan takes 10.24s – Privacy Solution: Track Bluetooth Device without making Discoverable Contribution: Faster Connection Setup and Monitoring

9 Bluetooth Connection L2CAP ( Logical Link Control and Adaptation Protocol ) Protocol, Segmentation and reassembly ACL (Asynchronous Connectionless Link) Packet Switched Link

10 Bluetooth Connection Procedure Inquiry Scan Inquiry Response (remote device's address and clock) Manual Device SelectionPagingConnection

11 Why Bluetooth Discovery takes so long? A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B 16 Channel A frequencies 16 Channel B frequencies A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A 256 times in 1 iteration B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B Inquiry scan

12 Paging A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A Master Slave T scan T window 10.24ms 11.25ms B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B

13 Connection Monitoring RSSI Received Signal Strength Indicator – Monitor rate can be 1Hz Link Quality (LQ) – Require no extra data Echo response time – Monitor Rate – 40ms – Requires more Battery Power RSSIRSSI Distance(m)

14 Power Consumption

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16 Conclusion Positive Faster Update Rate. Variable Update Rate. No Scanning. Privacy Negative Devices must be Known. Connection Limits.

17 Using Visual Tags to Bypass Bluetooth Device Discovery By D. Scott, R. Sharp, A. Madhavapeddy, E. Upton - ACM SIGMOBILE Mobile Computing and Communications Review, Priyanka Bagade

18 Standard Bluetooth Device Discovery Model – takes 10.43s to complete in error free environment BD_ADDR Inquiry John Alice Bob Martin

19 Select Photo Device Discovery Device Selection Select Photo Select Physical Device Standard Bluetooth Device Discovery Comparison of Standard Bluetooth Device Discovery and Tag-Based Device Discovery Tag-Based Device Discovery

20 Sync Marker Check Sum BD_ADDR Application Specific Data Tag Reading Visual Tag – System Architecture 48 bits 15 bits 63 bits

21 Download Music using Bluetooth Download Music Track 2

22 Tag-based Connection Establishment and Content Selection Web Server Camera Phone Service Attribute Transaction HTTP Response BD_ADDR, File ID Service Search Request HTTP Get

23 Performance Evaluation Speed

24 Performance Evaluation(Contd.) Usability – Number of button presses reduced Conventional system ~ 10 -> Device and item selection Visual tag system – just 1 !!! Capture the visual tag Scalability – Performance does not get affected by increase in number of neighborhood Bluetooth devices and number of options provided by Mobile service Security – Authentication and privacy are provided using digital signature and Bluetooths connection level encryption

25 Usage Scenarios Stock Querying

26 Usage Scenarios(Contd.) Use of Visual tags to quickly learn Server configuration

27 Usage Scenarios(Contd.) Active Visual Tags – Generated Dynamically from a PC display Tested in marketing posters used for events in Europe

28 Conclusion Introduces new approach to maximize the potential of an already popular device (Bluetooth and Camera phones) PROS Reduces Bluetooth Device Discovery time significantly Provides convenient way to select a required service from number of mobile services Easy to implement as relies entirely on commodity hardware CONS Requires camera phone Data capacity is very less as compared to RFID

29 Summing it all… Visual Tags to Obtain BD_Address Bluetooth tracking without discoverability Synchronization for paging and proximity monitoring

30 References [1] D. Scott, R. Sharp, A. Madhavapeddy, E. Upton, Using visual tags to bypass Bluetooth device discovery, ACM SIGMOBILE Mobile Computing and Communications Review, v.9 n.1, January 2005 [doi> / ] [2] S. Hay and R. Harle, Bluetooth tracking without discoverability, LoCA 2009: Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Location and Context Awareness,


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