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Demo: Authorized Access on and Interaction With Digital Product Memories

Boris Brandherm; Jens Haupert; Alexander Kröner; Michael Schmitz; Frank Lehmann
In: 8th Annual IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications. IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications (PerCom-2010), March 29 - April 2, Mannheim, Germany, Pages 838-840, ISBN 978-1-4244-5328-3, IEEE Computer Society, 2010.

Abstract

In the Project "Semantic Product Memory" we exploit the lessons learned so far for the general design of a Digital Product Memory (DPM). DPMs can be used along their product's life cycle to collect data by different instances. In case of the individualized weekly medicament blister for patients from 7x4 Pharma not only the collected data but even the product itself is private. If we equip such a product with a DPM the collected data should be accessible -individually or role-based- only by authorized persons. This authorized access can be accomplished via a roles and rights management system and a secure identification provided by the new German electronic identity card. With our demonstrator we will present a system, which allows an authorized access on a DPM. Depending on the rights and roles of a user different data and different views will be available and displayed accordingly.

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