Author

Title

Keywords

György Wersényi

Evaluation of the HoloLens for Medical Applications Using 5G-connected Mobile Devices

5G, HoloLens, Telemedicine, Augmented Reality, Smart glasses

Gyula Sallai

Evolution of Digitization toward the Internet of Digital & Cognitive Realities and Smart Ecosystems

artificial intelligence, augmented and virtual reality, cognitive infocommunications, digital convergence, Digital Ecosystem, digitization process, Future Internet, Internet of Things, Smart Ecosystem, Smart City

Balázs Horváth, János Szép, and Attila Boros

The Concept of BENIP - Built Enviroment Information Platform

BENIP; built environment; informaton platform

Máté Zöldy and Péter Baranyi

The Cognitive Mobility Concept

Cognitive Mobility, Vehicles, Infrastructure, Digital mobility

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György Wersényi
Evaluation of the HoloLens for Medical Applications Using 5G-connected Mobile Devices

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Cite: György Wersényi, "Evaluation of the HoloLens for Medical Applications Using 5G-connected Mobile Devices", Infocommunications Journal

 

Gyula Sallai
Evolution of Digitization toward the Internet of Digital & Cognitive Realities and Smart Ecosystems

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Cite: Sallai Gyula, "Evolution of Digitization toward the Internet of Digital & Cognitive Realities and Smart Ecosystems", Infocommunications Journal

 

Balázs Horváth, János Szép, and Attila Boros
The Concept of BENIP - Built Enviroment Information Platform

The built environment and its components require a continuous and uninterrupted flow of information between its various players. In this paper a conceptual framework is proposed describing the role of these players as well as the nature of the links between them. The authors introduce a new term, a conceptual framework which can be used as a platform called BENIP (Built ENvironment Information Platform).

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Cite: Balázs Horváth, János Szép, and Attila Boros, "The Concept of BENIP - Built Enviroment Information Platform", Infocommunications Journal

 

Máté Zöldy and Péter Baranyi
The Cognitive Mobility Concept

Mobility is the engine of our society in the third millennium. Rapid technical development makes it possible to increase cognitive ability in various fields; mobility is one of the most affected. Mobility has become a multidimensional concept in our interpretation; in addition to transportation, it also appears in the digital space, among other dimensions. The 21st century has brought unprecedented challenges, such as the covid-19 virus and the Russian war in Ukraine. These highlight bottlenecks in mobility systems and prompted us to explore the concept of cognitive mobility. This paper intends to refine the CogMob approach, which co-manages human and machine capabilities in mobility. New achievements within CogMob's domain match the new challenges of war and viruses. This article aims to outline the field of cognitive mobility. It presents CogMob's definition and examples that clarify the combinations of cognitive levels of different mobilities.

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Cite: Máté Zöldy and Péter Baranyi, "The Cognitive Mobility Concept", Infocommunications Journal

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