Current Project


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.

Major Collaborators

Completed Research Grants

  1. 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]
  2. 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]

Project History

  1. Self Orchestrating Community ambiEnT IntelligEnce Spaces (SOCETIES)
  2. Designing Ubiquitous Searching and Browsing Framework (USBF)
  3. Programming Pervasive Computing Middleware based on Ubiquitous Interacting Objects
  4. A Middleware for Building Mobile Agent-Based Distributed Applications