When are intelligent sensor environments successful?

  • Pennings L
  • Veugen T
  • de Korte A
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Abstract

The success of an intelligent sensor environment is mainly determined by the extent to which it is adopted by users. In order to understand how the adoption process works and when it is likely to be successful, we developed a general adoption model and applied it to the four main categories. Based on four case studies, we developed and tested questionnaires that contribute as an instrument for evaluating existing sensor environments, or during the design phase. It turns out that each specific type of intelligent sensor environment has its own adoption issues. © 2010 Elsevier Ltd.

Author-supplied keywords

  • Adoption
  • Applications
  • Intelligent sensor
  • Privacy
  • Sensors
  • Social acceptance

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