Definition[edit | edit source]

A smart device is a device that is digital, active, computer networked, is user reconfigurable and that can operate to some extent autonomously.

Overview[edit | edit source]

The term can also refer to a ubiquitous computing device: a device that exhibits some properties of ubiquitous computing including artificial intelligence. Smart devices can be designed to:

  • support a variety of form factors
  • support a range of properties pertaining to ubiquitous computing
  • be used in any combination of three main system environments: physical world, human-centered environments and distributed computing environments.

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