A three day forum from 16th to 18th December 2010 will discuss new technology applications and data processing methods in a range of everyday devices as part of The Fifth International Conference on Ubiquitous Information Technologies and Applications (CUTE 2010).
Ubiquitous information technology is the term used for common computer devices and how they can be integrated into everyday life and used to process information for ordinary activities. An example might be how the technology could be used to set the lighting and heating in a home through biometric sensors integrated into a person’s clothing. The device would send and receives information without the person physically needing to do anything.
The conference will highlight the latest developments in this area such as smart and wearable devices while going into depth on how the infrastructure for the technology works.
The conference is being held in Sanya which is a city on the Hainan island of China, at the southern most point of the country. Hundreds of attendees to the event will be searching for cheap Sanya hotels over the three days which will reduce the number of available rooms in the area.
Lek Boonlert, marketing head at DirectRooms.com commented: “Sanya is a popular holiday destination and the conference will only increase demand for hotels. Visitors are therefore recommended to book rooms online over the dates of the event.”