El proyecto UTP-RIDDA2 (Repositorio Institucional de documento digitales de acceso abierto), es la integración de varias Plataformas Tecnológicas que permitirán el acceso abierto de documentos digitales de la Universidad Tecnológica de Panamá. Tiene como objetivo centralizar, organizar, gestionar, preservar, estandarizar la producción científica, académica o de cualquier otra naturaleza cultural en formato digital, generada por los miembros de la Universidad Tecnológica de Panamá que se encuentren dentro o fuera de nuestro territorio. El proyecto integrará El Repositorios Institucional con 6 comunidades: Portal de Revistas UTP, Repositorio de investigación, Repositorio Administrativo, Repositorio Académico, Repositorio Multimedia, Repositorio de Tesis, además incluye la integración de una Plataforma de Perfiles de Investigadores y un Observatorio de indicadores de la producción científica y académica.

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  • Context Cookies 

    Villarreal, Vladimir; Hervás, Ramón; Chavira, Gabriel; Nava, Salvador; Bravo, José (2008-09-03)
    In an ambient intelligence world, devices work in order to support people carrying out their everyday life activities in a natural way. Therefore, it is necessary to know the entities in the environment and to consider new ...
  • Enabling NFC technology to public services 

    Villarreal, Vladimir; Bravo, José; Hervás, Ramón; Peña, R; Vergara, M; Nava, SW; Chavira, Gabriel (2009)
    Ambient Intelligent are usually emerged in contexts like health, education, business and so on. However there are not many researches focusing on social aspects as public administrations. In these kinds of contexts, ...
  • From implicit to touching interaction by identification technologies: Towards tagging context 

    Villarreal, Vladimir; Hervás, Ramón; Bravo, José; Fuentes, Carmen; Chavira, Gabriel; Nava, Salvador; Fontecha, Jesús; Casero, Gregorio; Peña, Rocio; Vergara, Marcos (2009-07-19)
    Intelligent environments need interactions capable of detecting users and providing them with good-quality contextual information. In this sense we adapt technologies, identifying and locating people for supporting their ...
  • Mobile system for medical control of chronic diseases through intelligent devices 

    Villarreal, Vladimir; Hervás, Ramón; Bravo, José; Manzano, Jesús (2012-12-12)
    The ageing of the population is a factor that in the future will increase the percentage of dependent people, given that there is a close relationship between dependence and age. When patients are in a health care environment, ...
  • A Systematic Review for Mobile Monitoring Solutions in M-Health 

    Villarreal, Vladimir; Bravo, José; Hervás, Ramón (2016-09)
    A systematic review allows us to identify, assess, and interpret all possible relevant work associated with a question in particular or the subject of an area. Different authors can use several methodologies to learn about ...

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