The MyPath project proposes to develop a software system that will run on any smartphone to a) collect the vibration generated by different paths across the built environment, b) classify path accessibility, and c) create personalized point-to-point routes with step-by-step navigation information.
For an overview of prior project work and the technical aspects of the project, please visit Route MyPath.
- Vaskar Raychoudhury, University of Miami – Co-Principal Investigator (MyPath and I-Corps Interview)
- MD Osman Gani, University of Maryland, Baltimore – Co-Principal Investigator
- Roger O. Smith, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee – Co-Principal Investigator
- Lauren Selingo, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee – R2D2 Center Project Lead
- Emily Olejniczak, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee – R2D2 Center Student Staff Project Team Member
- Hanna Noyce, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee – R2D2 Center Staff Project Team Member
Completed Research Grants
- Development of an Internet-of-Things (IoT) framework for navigating the physical world, Faculty Initiation Research Grant, Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Govt. of India || Rs. 10 lakh (~20,000 USD) || [2012-2015]
- SPIN: Socio-Physical Interaction Network to facilitate searching, tracking, and socializing between smart entities, Fast Track Research Grant, Department of Science and Technology (DST), Govt. of India || Rs. 15.42 lakh || [2013-2016]
- Self Orchestrating Community ambiEnT IntelligEnce Spaces (SOCETIES)
- Designing Ubiquitous Searching and Browsing Framework (USBF)
- Programming Pervasive Computing Middleware based on Ubiquitous Interacting Objects
- A Middleware for Building Mobile Agent-Based Distributed Applications