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ChildFinder : Finding the Child that walked away playing

Lammers, F.G. (2017) ChildFinder : Finding the Child that walked away playing.

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Abstract:In public spaces, it is not unheard of for children to walk away from their parents, exploring the things they see in moments of curiosity or parents not noticing that their child is not walking with them while they travel to new locations. These kind of situations gets children lost, often resulting in worrying parents about the location of their child or children worrying about being lost which can lead to a ruined day at the zoo, museum or amusement park. Currently, location devices can be used for this problem. However, many parents wish for a solution that does not interfere with the child’s privacy, while the owners of these public spaces wish for a low maintenance cost solution. Another issue that arises is that the layout of indoor and outdoor public spaces is different which need to be accounted for if the same solution for both places is required. Further research is necessary to evaluate if these wishes are compatible with one another.
Item Type:Essay (Bachelor)
Faculty:EEMCS: Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science
Subject:54 computer science, 55 traffic technology, transport technology
Programme:Creative Technology BSc (50447)
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