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IYOUIT is a mobile alpha service to share personal experiences with others while on the go. It has been released in June 2008 by DOCOMO Euro-Labs.[1]

Share, life, blog and play are the basic application fields of the mobile application IYOUIT that allows for an instant automated sharing of personal experiences within communities online. It offers rich contextual tagging for use in everyday life. By hooking a mobile phone up to the popular Web 2.0 services Flickr and Twitter, sharing can be instant, by posting single data items to such services, or through the aggregation of context information in online blogs. The cutting edge of IYOUIT is in how information about and around the mobile user is automatically collected, analyzed and enriched for an enhanced user experienced and extra value to Web 2.0 services.

Sharing your life with IYOUIT is easy! In the same way experiences can be communicated to others, IYOUIT provides users with an easy access to the whereabouts of their buddies, informs them about local weather conditions and uploads photos taken and sounds recorded. And if the user comes across an interesting book (or other products), he may simply take a picture of the ISBN code or the product ID with the phone's camera, and IYOUIT will fill in the blanks for instant exchange with friends. IYOUIT also records scanned Bluetooth or WLAN beacons and aggregates all data into a wealth of context information that one may share with others worldwide on the Web and on the mobile phone.



IYOUIT has been developed by DOCOMO Euro-Labs in Munich together with the Dutch Telematica Instituut in a joint research project on platform support for Context Awareness in mobile services and applications.[2] [3] [4] The application is available as a stable alpha release from the IYOUIT portal at http://www.iyouit.eu. It is written in Python and runs on the Nokia Series-S60 platform (see PyS60). DOCOMO Euro-Labs invites everyone to join and experiment, free of charge.

IYOUIT is based on its own framework of software components to host various services and data sources.[5] Framework components, for instance, track the positions of users via GPS and cellular information and identify places of interest over time by learning form their past behavior. Each component offers an API, which allows programmers to integrate their own third party software components.

See also


  1. "Press Release: IYOUIT, a mobile alpha service to share personal experiences with others while on the go". DOCOMO Euro-Labs. June 26, 2008. http://www.docomoeurolabs.de/press/080626_press_release_english.html. Retrieved 2008-07-04. 
  2. P. Nurmi and J. Koolwaaij (July 2006). "Identifying meaningful locations". Proceedings of the 3rd Annual International Conference on Mobile and Ubiquitous Systems: Networks and Services (MobiQuitous'06). San Jose, CA: IEEE Computer Society. http://www.lab.telin.nl/~koolwaaij/research/Pub/koolwaaij.2006.2.pdf. 
  3. M. Wessel, M. Luther, and M. Wagner (2007). "The difference a day makes – recognizing important events in daily context logs". in P. Bouquet, J. Euzenat, C. Ghidini, F. B. Kessler, D. McGuinness, L. Serafini, P. Shvaiko, and H. Wache. Proceedings of the CONTEXT’07 Workshop on Contexts and Ontologies. 298. Roskilde, Danmark: CEUR.org. pp. 100–112. http://ftp.informatik.rwth-aachen.de/Publications/CEUR-WS/Vol-298/paper6.pdf. 
  4. M. Luther, Y. Fukazawa, M. Wagner, and S. Kurakake (March 2008). "Situational reasoning for task-oriented mobile service recommendation". The Knowledge Engineering Review 23 (1): 7–19. http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayIssue?jid=KER&volumeId=23&issueId=01#. 
  5. S. Böhm, J. Koolwaaij, and M. Luther (June 2008). "Share whatever you like". in R. Rouvoy, M. Caporuscio, M. Wagner. Proceedings of the First International DisCoTeC Workshop on Context-aware Adaptation Mechanisms for Pervasive and Ubiquitous Services (CAMPUS’08). Oslo, Norway: European Association of Software Science and Technology e.V. (EASST), Berlin. pp. 100–112. https://www.iyouit.eu/portal/help/ShareWhateverYouLike.pdf. 

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