With the nowadays improvement in information technologies, smart and connected objects are almost a constant presence in our daily life. Things were significantly different in 1991 though, when Mark Weiser (Principal Scientist at Xerox Palo Alto Research Center) was proposing a new, visionary concept. In his idea, technology should continuously interact with our daily life, as a transparent barrier between real and virtual world. That was later defined, the “ubiquitous computing” paradigm, where ubiquitous stands for everywhere and anywhere.
Today, we are pleased to announce a new Digital Twin experimentation with the Science Foundation Ireland Research Centre for Future Networks and Communications (CONNECT) at IRIS test-bed. Our new application will demonstrate the coexistence of 5G technologies and processing services in the same infrastructure. This will ultimately address the “ubiquitous computing” paradigm, after 30 years since it first appeared.
Along with our Fed4Fire+ partners, real-time predictions in the virtual reality will be used to interact with users back into the real world.
And this is only the beginning..
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“The most profound technologies are those that disappear. They weave themselves into the fabric of everyday life until they are indistinguishable from it.”Mark Weiser, 1991