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Know-How Transfer and Dissemination

MEMO is an opportunity to explore the development and introduction of a technology as well as its deployment in different domains. Thus, we have begun to investigate how developments in formerly distinct organisations like Telecommunication and broadcasting, become interrelated. As an academic institution King's will exploit the results from MEMO in particular for the transfer of know-how to industry (practitioners), the research community, and students. Exploitation results will be made available to researchers, students and practitioners through books (i.e. applied research methods), paper publications, paper presentations, workshops, colloquia, and courses.

Requirements Specifications:
Detailed specifications of the functional and non-functional requirements for mobile interactive broadcast services in a range of application domains. These cover the entire technical change from information production to service provision to the end user. Particular attention is paid to the requirements of the construction and news industries.

Exploitation Strategy
Identification of the key-facilities and barriers to the exploitation of MEMO services and devices focused on the exploitation potential in a range of markets, i.e. emergency services, organisation with a large number of staff and communications organisations as well as general users (e.g. car drivers). Identification of key-strategies for information producers, service providers as well as user organisations to enable the exploitation of interactive DAB services.

Methods
Provision of video-based field-methods, identification of social science based field methods for requirements analysis and exploitation analyses and strategies for utilising those methods in combination with more conventional data collection and data analysis methods (e.g. surveys and interviews).

Contact

Paul LUFF
Tel.: +44-1718-484289
Fax: +44-1718-484479
E-mail
Record Number: 26022 / Last updated on: 2001-03-28
Information source: e-TIP
Collaboration sought: Information exchange/Training
Stage of development: Other
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