We believe that our research on user mobility characterization and modeling can find applications in other disciplines such as the social sciences, urban planning, and planning and management of so-called “smart environments”, e.g., “smart cities”.
Our work on sensor network deployment in 2.5D terrain is likely to have significant impact on a wide range of applications as it will enable sensor networks to be deployed and operate in outdoor environments subject to terrain obstruction. Additionally, we believe our work on SlugCam will also enable applications in a variety of domains that need video monitoring. We anticipate that our research on employing computational intelligence to estimate near-future network performance will help support current- and enable emerging Internet services and applications. Furthermore, we believe that our use of computational intelligence to address congestion control in opportunistic networks can also find applications in other areas.