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  • Name

    António Pimenta Monteiro
  • Cluster

    Computer Science
  • Role

    Affiliated Researcher
  • Since

    01st May 2015
Publications

2014

Evaluation of an Integrated Mobile Payment, Ticketing and Couponing Solution Based on NFC

Authors
Ferreira, MC; e Cunha, JF; Jose, R; Rodrigues, H; Monteiro, MP; Ribeiro, C;

Publication
NEW PERSPECTIVES IN INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND TECHNOLOGIES, VOL 2

Abstract
The emergence of Near Field Communication technology added more functionality to mobile phones. People can now access to new mobile services such as payment, ticketing, couponing, and control access to cars, homes and hotels. Although these services seem to complement each other, most studies have focused on the development and evaluation of each mobile service individually. In this paper, we propose an integrated mobile service solution payment, ticketing and couponing - based on NFC. This solution was evaluated in a two-phase user study, which was run in real environment. Participants have largely appreciated the integration of tickets and discount coupons on the payment process. However, despite the integration of services being one of the strongest points of the solution, it also revealed to be one of the main challenges that any payment systems may have to address. Findings suggest that adding additional services to a solution may become very complex from a cognitive perspective.

2014

MobiPag: Integrated Mobile Payment, Ticketing and Couponing Solution Based on NFC

Authors
Rodrigues, H; Jose, R; Coelho, A; Melro, A; Ferreira, MC; Falcao e Cunha, JFE; Monteiro, MP; Ribeiro, C;

Publication
SENSORS

Abstract
Mobile payments still remain essentially an emerging technology, seeking to fill the gap between the envisioned potential and widespread usage. In this paper, we present an integrated mobile service solution based on the near field communication (NFC) protocol that was developed under a research project called MobiPag. The most distinctive characteristic of Mobipag is its open architectural model that allows multiple partners to become part of the payment value-chain and create solutions that complement payments in many unexpected ways. We describe the Mobipag architecture and how it has been used to support a mobile payment trial. We identify a set of design lessons resulting from usage experiences associated with real-world payment situations with NFC-enabled mobile phones. Based on results from this trial, we identify a number of challenges and guidelines that may help to shape future versions of NFC-based payment systems. In particular, we highlight key challenges for the initial phases of payment deployments, where it is essential to focus on scenarios that can be identified as more feasible for early adoption. We also have identified a fundamental trade-off between the flexibility supported by the Mobipag solution and the respective implications for the payment process, particularly on the users' mental model.

Supervised
thesis

2019

Real-Time Location Systems and Internet of Things Sensors

Author
Filipe Manuel Ferreira Cordeiro

Institution
UP-FEUP

2019

Azure IoT Edge Proof Of Concept

Author
Francisco Tomé Neto Queirós

Institution
UP-FEUP

2018

Rule Engine based Notification System for Health Critical Results Follow-Up

Author
Luís Torres Aguiar da Costa

Institution
UP-FEUP

2018

Atualização Automática de Hardware Via Over-the-Air Programming

Author
Sérgio Augusto Pires Domingues

Institution
N/A

2018

Blockchain: Privacidade e Partilha de Informação Clínica

Author
Ricardo Alexandre Mariz Lopes

Institution
N/A