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Ambient geography

What is ambient geography?

Ambient intelligence systems acts in four ways: sensing, reasoning, acting, as well as interacting. Ambient geography describes an environment (e.g. a space or place) in which a context-aware, adaptative, anticipative, and evolving system of sensors, actuators and devices is embedded. Each environment is personalized to space and to the user’s needs.

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