Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):
"LatYourLife: A Geo-Temporal Task Planning Application";
Talk: 8th International Symposium on Location-Based Services LBS 2011,
- 2011-11-23; in: "Advances in Location-Based Services",
The aim of this research was to build a prototype application which uses state-of-the-
art web-mapping and mobile technologies in order to connect people´s daily tasks
with geography and therefore serving them with a new perspective on task planning.
This was achieved by implementing a spatial calendar, hence a scheduling application
which not only stores the temporal information about each event, but also a spatial
component. The major purpose was to explore the potential functionalities geo-
temporal data could provide to improve task management. The application was field
tested by users who responded positively, but simultaneously highlighted issues that
an application like this would need to tackle, in order to be successful.
Electronic version of the publication:
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