SmartWeb: Multimodal Web Services on the Road

SmartWeb provides a context-aware user interface to the Web

SmartWeb: Getting Answers on the Go

SmartWeb-Car: Mobile Web Access in a Mercedes A-Class or R-Class

SmartWeb: Mobile and Multimodal Internet Access on a BMW K 1200

Outline of the Talk

Mobile Access to Semantic Web Services

Merging Various User Interface Paradigms

SmartWeb Integrates four Important Research Areas

The SmartWeb Consortium

Interface Design Elements of SmartWeb Handheld

SmartWeb: Open Domain Question Answering

Smartweb‘s Multimedia Answering Options Text, Picture, Video and Sound

Smartweb‘s Multimedia Answering Options Text, Picture, Video and Sound

Smartweb‘s Multimedia Answering Options Text, Picture, Video and Sound

Smartweb‘s Multimedia Answering Options Text, Picture, Video and Sound

Crossmodal Questions: Combining Speech with Object Recognition via the Phone Cam

Interpreting Spoken Spatial References to Pictorial Answers as Follow-up Questions

SmartWeb: Open-Domain Question Answering Beyond Google

The Basic Architecture of SmartWeb

Multimodal Dialogue Management in SmartWeb

A Multi-Engine Approach to Semantic Information Access

Integration of Ontologies in SmartWeb

Soccer Ontology for the SmartWeb

SmartSumo: A Common Ontology

Ontology-Driven Question Analysis

Ontology-Driven Question Analysis

Multimodal Question Analysis

Multimodal Question Analysis

Multimodal Reference Resolution inSmartWeb

Multimodal Answer Generation

Layout Analysis, Picture Extraction and Ontological Annotation for PDF Documents

Answer Extraction from the Deep Web

XML-Representation of the Input Query

XML-Representation of the Answer Candidates

Composition of Web Services in SmartWeb

ServiceComposer: Composition of four Web Services to Answer a Single Question

Compact Annotation of Semantic Web Services in SmartWeb

Graph Matching with Concept Subsumption in Description Logic

The Architecture of the Plan-Based Service Composer GOAL

Automatic Service Execution in SmartWeb

Various Driver Assistance Systems with Multimodal Interfaces

SmartWeb Car at CeBit 2007

Der CeBit-Demonstrator

Using DMB to Broadcast Extracted Information to Cars without UMTS Internet Access

The Danger of Information Overload

SmartWeb: First Multimodal and Dialogic Internet Access on a Motorbike

Multimodal Interaction on a Motorbike: Combined spoken and haptic input

Adaptive Multimodal Presentation of Local Danger Warnings

SmartWeb: Multimodal Interfaces to Advanced Motor Bike Services

Semantic Peer-to-Peer Communication

Contextual Intelligence: Inference-based Danger Warning: SIM-TD Field Test with 200 Cars

Web 3.0 = Semantic Web + Web 2.0

Multimodal Communication with Future Cars: Ambient Intelligence for Car Drivers and Passengers

The Next Wave: Ambient Intelligence on the Road

The SmartKom Book

Conclusion