manas kumar yogi


In this paper we have presented the involved principles, trends, future directions of ambient intelligence. in the first section we have elucidated concept of ambient intelligence with the prevalent need of intelligent communication with the help of designing knowledgeable entities. We have presented  the design process of I-blocks  with its inherent merits. we have also discussed the various design concepts of ambient intelligence objects. Finally, we presented the current research directions to motivate societal needs of human beings.

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