Enterprise Mobile Tracking and Reminder System: MAE

Cheah Huei Yoong, Thet Swe, Lee Zheng Xian, Neo Shou Yee


Mobile phones have made significant improvements from providing voice communications to advanced features such as camera, GPS, Wi-Fi, SMS, voice recognition, Internet surfing, and touch screen. This paper presents an enterprise mobile tracking and reminder system (MAE) that enables the elderly to have a better elder-care experience. The high-level architecture and major software algorithms especially the tracking in Android phones and SMS functions in server are described. The analysis of data captured and performance study of the server are discussed. In order to show the effectiveness of MAE, a pilot test was carried out with a retirement village in Singapore and the feedback from the elderly was evaluated. Generally, most comments received from the elderly were positive.


mobile tracking; architecture; software algorithms; server performance study; pilot test; elderly feedback

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International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies (iJIM) – eISSN: 1865-7923
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