More than 250 Next Library participants have accepted to join the Smart Library experiment with tracking of wherethey go and stay in Dokk1 during the festival days 11 – 14 June 2017.
Each of these participants get a personal beacon in their nametags. Be careful not to lose it!
You turn it on by one click and see a small green light. You turn it off by a click and see a small red light.
The Smart Library Tracking experiment is carried out in collaboration with Alexandra Institute.
The technology w is based on Bluetooth Low Energy beacons as activity tracker and 29 monitoring sensors in Dokk1. The application software and the sensors are designed by Alexandra Institute.
The experiment is part of the project Smart Library. The purpose of the project is to get new, factual knowledge about users and occupancy in library spaces. The goal is to optimize user experience, interior design, wayfinding, opening hours, facilities, programs and services in library building – based on factual data about library users.
We test of various methods to collect and research data about users in library buildings. We test and compare data from technology and anthropological methods.
The Next Library tracking test is special as the participants are library professionals and not ordinary library users. We hope to get insight and discussions about goals, means, outcome and privacy issues.
Project Info: http://www.smartaarhus.eu/node/192
Alexandra Institute, represented at Next Library:
Jakob Langdal Jensen, Alexandra Institute, Principal Cloud Architect, PHD, Interactive Spaces Labjakob.email@example.com
Kaj Grønbæk, Head of Interactive Spaces Lab, Professor, PhD, Interactive Spaces Lab , firstname.lastname@example.org
Joachim Svendsen, Librarian (MLIS), email@example.com
Mads Lykke, Digital Editor, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sidsel Bech-Petersen, Library transformer, email@example.com
Søren Holm, Communication, firstname.lastname@example.org
Lotte Duwe Nielsen, library transformer & project manager, LDN@aarhus.dk