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Arsénio Reis (M) é Especialista de Informatica na Universidade de Trás-os-MOntes e Alto Douro (UTAD). Doutourou-se em 2015, na UTAD. Em 2016 integrou o INESC- TEC como investigador no centro CSIG. De 2006 a 2009, foi Coordenador Técnico de Informática, e de 2009 a 2014 foi Director dos Serviços de Informática e Comuibcações da UTAD. Em 2007, completou o Diploma de Especialização em Sociedade de Informação e Inovação na Admintração Publica (DESIIAP), no Instituto Nacional de Administração (INA), e em 2009, concluiu o Curso de Alta Direção na Administração Pública (CADAP), também no INA. No decurso da sua carreira profisional, esteve envolvido em diversos projectos de investigação e desenvolvimento, em conjunto com parceiros publicos e privados, tendo representado a UTAD em diversas ocasiões, tais como, membro eleito do Conselho Geral da UTAD, entre 2009 e 2012, e vogal executivo da direção da European Information Systems Association(EUNIS), de 2009 a 2014. As sua principais areas de interesse são, desde há muito, as de Aystemas de Informação e Engenharia de Software, e mais recentemente, Acessibilidade, Interação Homem-Computador, e eSaude. Ele produziu mais de 40 papers cientificos, incluindo, capitulos de livro, artigos e comunicações em actas de conferencias e revistas cientificas. Participou na oeganização de eventos cientificos de varias naturezas, nacionais e internacionais, dos quais se destaca, a organização do Congresso da EUNIS em 2012, na UTAD.

Tópicos
de interesse
Detalhes

Detalhes

  • Nome

    Arsénio Reis
  • Cluster

    Informática
  • Cargo

    Investigador Sénior
  • Desde

    01 agosto 2016
012
Publicações

2022

A Brief Review on 4D Weather Visualization

Autores
Rudenko, R; Pires, IM; Liberato, M; Barroso, J; Reis, A;

Publicação
SUSTAINABILITY

Abstract
The accelerated changes on our planet have led to a growing interest in climate change and its consequences: natural hazards and adverse socio-economic impacts. However, the development of climate research and the proliferation of datasets require an integrated and efficient approach to the analysis, investigation, and visualization of atmospheric meteorological data. Thus, we propose a literature review of existing systems viewing meteorological phenomena in four and three dimensions. Moreover, we evaluate meteorological occurrences to better understand the dynamics associated with a meteorological phenomenon and visualize different weather data. Based on the investigation of tools and methods, we consider the existence of different ways of representing meteorological data and methodologies. However, it was imperative to obtain knowledge and create our way of visualizing weather data. This article found eleven existing solutions for 4D meteorological visualization and meteorological phenomena.

2022

A Brief Review on Internet of Things, Industry 4.0 and Cybersecurity

Autores
Rudenko, R; Pires, IM; Oliveira, P; Barroso, J; Reis, A;

Publicação
ELECTRONICS

Abstract
The advance of industrialization regarding the optimization of production to obtain greater productivity and consequently generate more profits has led to the emergence of Industry 4.0, which aims to create an environment called smart manufacturing. On the other hand, the Internet of Things is a global network of interrelated physical devices, such as sensors, actuators, intelligent applications, computers, mechanical machines, objects, and people, becoming an essential part of the Internet. These devices are data sources that provide abundant information on manufacturing processes in an industrial environment. A concern of this type of system is processing large sets of data and generating knowledge. These challenges often raise concerns about security, more specifically cybersecurity. Good cybersecurity practices make it possible to avoid damage to production lines and information. With the growing increase in threats in terms of security, this paper aims to carry out a review of existing technologies about cybersecurity in intelligent manufacturing and an introduction to the architecture of the IoT and smart manufacturing.

2021

Web AR Solution for UAV Pilot Training and Usability Testing

Autores
Ribeiro, R; Ramos, J; Safadinho, D; Reis, A; Rabadao, C; Barroso, J; Pereira, A;

Publicação
SENSORS

Abstract
Data and services are available anywhere at any time thanks to the Internet and mobile devices. Nowadays, there are new ways of representing data through trendy technologies such as augmented reality (AR), which extends our perception of reality through the addition of a virtual layer on top of real-time images. The great potential of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for carrying out routine and professional tasks has encouraged their use in the creation of several services, such as package delivery or industrial maintenance. Unfortunately, drone piloting is difficult to learn and requires specific training. Since regular training is performed with virtual simulations, we decided to propose a multiplatform cloud-hosted solution based in Web AR for drone training and usability testing. This solution defines a configurable trajectory through virtual elements represented over barcode markers placed on a real environment. The main goal is to provide an inclusive and accessible training solution which could be used by anyone who wants to learn how to pilot or test research related to UAV control. For this paper, we reviewed drones, AR, and human–drone interaction (HDI) to propose an architecture and implement a prototype, which was built using a Raspberry Pi 3, a camera, and barcode markers. The validation was conducted using several test scenarios. The results show that a real-time AR experience for drone pilot training and usability testing is achievable through web technologies. Some of the advantages of this approach, compared to traditional methods, are its high availability by using the web and other ubiquitous devices; the minimization of technophobia related to crashes; and the development of cost-effective alternatives to train pilots and make the testing phase easier for drone researchers and developers through trendy technologies.

2021

SAR.IoT: Secured augmented reality for IoT devices management

Autores
Fuentes, D; Correia, L; Costa, N; Reis, A; Barroso, J; Pereira, A;

Publicação
SENSORS

Abstract
Currently, solutions based on the Internet of Things (IoT) concept are increasingly being adopted in several fields, namely, industry, agriculture, and home automation. The costs associated with this type of equipment is reasonably small, as IoT devices usually do not have output peripherals to display information about their status (e.g., a screen or a printer), although they may have informative LEDs, which is sometimes insufficient. For most IoT devices, the price of a minimalist display, to output and display the device’s running status (i.e., what the device is doing), might cost much more than the actual IoT device. Occasionally, it might become necessary to visualize the IoT device output, making it necessary to find solutions to show the hardware output information in real time, without requiring extra equipment, only what the administrator usually has with them. In order to solve the above, a technological solution that allows for the visualization of IoT device information in actual time, using augmented reality and a simple smartphone, was developed and analyzed. In addition, the system created integrates a security layer, at the level of AR, to secure the shown data from unwanted eyes. The results of the tests carried out allowed us to validate the operation of the solution when accessing the information of the IoT devices, verify the operation of the security layer in AR, analyze the interaction between smartphones, the platform, and the devices, and check which AR markers are most optimized for this use case. This work results in a secure augmented reality solution, which can be used with a simple smartphone, to monitor/manage IoT devices in industrial, laboratory or research environments. © 2021 by the authors. Licensee MDPI, Basel, Switzerland.

2021

Usability of Smartbands by the Elderly Population in the Context of Ambient Assisted Living Applications

Autores
Correia, L; Fuentes, D; Ribeiro, J; Costa, N; Reis, A; Rabadao, C; Barroso, J; Pereira, A;

Publicação
ELECTRONICS

Abstract
Nowadays, the Portuguese population is aging at a fast pace. The situation is more severe in the interior regions of the country, where the rural areas have few people and have been constantly losing population; these are mostly elderly who, in some cases, live socially isolated. They are also often deprived of some types of social, health and technological services. One of the current challenges with respect to the elderly is that of improving the quality of life for those who still have some autonomy and live in their own residences so that they may continue living autonomously, while receiving the assistance of some exterior monitoring and supporting services. The Internet of Things (IoT) paradigm demonstrates great potential for creating technological solutions in this area as it aims to seamlessly integrate information technology with the daily lives of people. In this context, it is necessary to develop services that monitor the activity and health of the elderly in real time and alert caregivers or other family members in the case of an unusual event or behaviour. It is crucial that the technological system is able to collect data in a nonintrusive manner and without requiring much interaction with the elderly. Smartband devices are very good candidates for this purpose and, therefore, this work proposes assessing the level of acceptance of the usage of a smartbands by senior users in their daily activities. By using the definition of an architecture and the development of a prototype, it was possible to test the level of acceptance of smartbands by a sample of the elderly population-with surprising results from both the elderly and the caregivers-which constitutes an important contribution to the research field of Ambient Assisted Living (AAL). The evaluation showed that most users did not feel that the smartband was intrusive to their daily tasks and even considered using it in the future, while caregivers considered that the platform was very intuitive.

Teses
supervisionadas

2021

Universe-m evolution: jogo móvel adaptativo em realidade aumentada na experiência de aprendizagem matemática da função do 1.º grau no ensino médio

Autor
Raimundo José Ribeiro Filho

Instituição
UTAD

2019

Serviço de Apoio a Idosos Recorrendo a Veículos não Tripulados

Autor
DAVID FERREIRA SAFADINHO

Instituição
UTAD

2019

HI-Drones! - Human Interaction for Drones

Autor
ROBERTO AGUIAR RIBEIRO

Instituição
UTAD

2019

Plataforma de monitorização de pacientes de doença crónica

Autor
André Filipe Moreira Silva

Instituição
UTAD

2016

FPGA implementation of a LSTM Neural Network

Autor
José Pedro Castro Fonseca

Instituição
UP-FEUP