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Wireless Communication based Pregnant Woman Alarm Service: Concept and Wireless Communication Technologies
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 Title & Authors
Wireless Communication based Pregnant Woman Alarm Service: Concept and Wireless Communication Technologies
Choi, Hyun-Kyung; Cho, Woong;
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 Abstract
In Korea, the special seats for vulnerable users such as the elderly and pregnant woman are provided. However, the usage of seats is very low due to the ignoring or lack of recognition about pregnant woman even though pregnant woman approaches the seat. In this paper, we first consider the problem of special seats for pregnant woman and propose the wireless communication based pregnant alarm service which announces approaching of pregnant woman when pregnant woman moves toward the seats for pregnant woman. First, the service concept and scenario are introduced. Then, we deal with wireless communication technologies which provides the alarm service and their properties. In addition, we discuss implementation issues for realizing the proposed system.
 Keywords
Pregnant Woman;Elderly;Vulnerable User;Alarm Service;Wireless Communication;
 Language
Korean
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