An Innovative Framework and Techniques for Trusted Mobile Interaction [ 2007 - 2009 ]

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Researchers A/Prof RJ Steele

Brief description Emerging mobile applications such as mobile commerce, location-based services and wireless sensor networks promise to have an enormous impact in business, society, health and defence and be the next technological wave. However for successful real-world deployment, for reasons of privacy, safety and business efficacy users must be able to have trusted interactions. This project will contribute to Australia's ICT innovation and international competitiveness by developing dynamic, generic, scalable and extensible techniques for trusted mobile interaction. Resulting benefits will be world-leading enabling technology facilitating the creation of novel mobile services and products with potential productivity benefits and export opportunities.

Funding Amount $83,354

Funding Scheme Discovery Projects

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