nomadic device

nomadic device

A handheld wireless device such as a PDA or smartphone. See nomadic computing.
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Although Altair maintains a 5.7 Mbps data throughput for each user module transmitting to the control module, many nomadic device manufacturers divide the control module's data transmission rate by the number of nomadic devices in operation.
Nomadic devices were originally billed as having the power to change healthcare delivery on the same scale as penicillin or minimally invasive surgical techniques.
Focused sessions will examine the driverless car, or 'automated driving', and associated human factors and regulatory requirements; the potential of ITS to reduce emissions and boost convenience by connecting vehicles with one another and roadside infrastructure; security in the context of networked cars; and the integration of nomadic devices in vehicles.
(321) Because nomadic devices need to be able to operate anywhere at any time, while incumbents had geographically specific licenses, it was impossible to deploy devices at scale before clearing the whole band.322 In turn, it was difficult to get potential device makers into UTAM, Inc.
Riyahi: Parrot developed its Gateway Approach between the vehicle and the outside world of nomadic devices. The ability to connect to nomadic devices (USB, iPod, MP3 players, telephony) is located in this gateway, in the form of an interface within the vehicle's network.
Ford recently completed a driving simulator study with 25 participants who are regular SYNC users to compare driver performance and eye glance behavior effects of tasks performed using SYNC's voice interface as compared to using nomadic devices with visual-manual interfaces.
Some people want to remain connected and entertained irrespective of where they are, at home or in their car, and want to use the same nomadic devices to access their personal details.
The long term solution as outlined in Schulzrinne's presentation is to develop a new 911 system that is not shackled by PSTN history--a solution that addresses the needs of nomadic devices, is secure, technology independent and international in scope.
Their main features include hands-free telephony, phonebook synchronization, audio and video streaming, speaker-independent voice recognition, echo cancellation and noise reduction and connectivity to nomadic devices such as iPod[TM], USB sticks and USB players.
From a user technology perspective, many nomadic devices are already available.