Dimitris Grammenos and Xenophon Zabulis are principal researchers at the Institute of Computer Science and Foundation for Research and Technology – Hellas (ICS-FORTH) and key members of its Ambient Intelligence Programme. In cooperation with scientific and technical personnel of ICS-FORTH, they study, design, and develop new Ambient Intelligence technologies, applications, systems, and environments. They present some of the interaction technologies developed in the context of ICS-FORTH’s Ambient Intelligence Programme and related applications.
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