NEKLS - Hardware + People + Data

NEKLS - Hardware + People + Data

Presentation about LibraryBox and Measure the Future at NEKLS Innovation Day 2016, given Apr 27, 2016.

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Jason Griffey

April 27, 2016
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  1. + + PEOPLE DATA HARDWARE NEKLS 2016 JASON GRIFFEY

  2. @GRIFFEY

  3. MAKERSPACES

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  14. Break off part of the web

  15. Hyperlocal

  16. Open Source + Commodity Hardware

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  18. LibraryBox v2.1

  19. Prototype Grant

  20. ❖ Localization/Internationalization ❖ More hardware ❖ DLNA ❖ Responsive directory

    listings ❖ Automated updater
  21. English French Swahili Swedish Norwegian Korean German Italian Spanish Portuguese

    Indonesian
  22. Public Beta: Oct 2015 Official Release: Dec 2015 LibraryBox v2.1

  23. In the Wild

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  28. ' THINKING'OUTSIDE'THE'BOX:' MAKING'DIGITAL'CONTENT'AVAILABLE'WHERE'THE'INTERNET'IS'NOT' Steven!G.!Watkins! California!State!University,!Monterey!Bay,!Library! 100!Campus!Center! Seaside,!CA!93955!USA! swatkins@csumb.edu!! ! Joan!M.!Parker!

    Moss!Landing!Marine!Laboratories/Monterey!Bay!Aquarium!Research!Institute!Library! 8272!Moss!Landing!Rd.! Moss!Landing,!CA!95039! !! Abstract' Despite!continuing!progress,!robust!and!reliable!Internet!access!is!still!not!available!at!an! affordable!cost!to!many!research!centers!served!by!IAMSLIC!libraries.!In!contrast,!there!is! increasing!availability!of!mobile!devices!with!wireless!capabilities!among!the!researchers!and students!at!many!of!those!locations.!IAMSLIC!and!its!partners!have!made!a!growing!body!of! text!content!available!for!open!access!through!the!Aquatic!Commons!and!OceanDocs!projec In!addition,!the!Secretariat!of!the!Pacific!Community!has!created!its!own!open!access!reposit the!FAME!Digital!Library.!One!approach!to!making!this!content!more!readily!available!to!
  29. AS LIBRARIES WORK TO MAINTAIN and increase their relevance, heightening

    awareness among nonusers is a necessity for survival and prosperity. To bring new users through its doors, Barr Me- morial Library, an award-winning li- brary serving the military community in Fort Knox, KY, leveraged the power of curiosity, posing the question, “What’s in the LibraryBox?” The brainchild of Jason Griffey—a consultant, former head of library infor- mation technology at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, and a 2009 LJ Mover & Shaker—the LibraryBox is a self-contained, pocket-sized wireless network that was conceived as a pro- grammable, open source file sharing de- vice. The LibraryBox functions like a closed network and is discoverable on portable electronic devices with wireless capabilities, including tablets and smart- phones. Details of the project can be found at jasongriffey.net/librarybox. Customization The Barr LibraryBox started with Griffey’s basic configuration, work- ing with the TP-LINK TL-MR3020 3G/4G Wireless N150 Portable Router he recommends. Storage for library- able owing to copyright considerations, the Barr LibraryBox offers infor- mation on how registered users can access proprie- tary databases and services like Zinio. Creating the custom HTML skin and adjusting the open source code to our specifications were initially the most time-consuming part of the project, although web authoring tools such as Dreamweaver can also be used to create a custom skin. For initial deployment, the library tar- geted high-traffic locations where users would be looking for diversion and a way to pass the time, such as the shop- ping complex’s food court, physical fit- ness centers, a water park, pharmacies, and cafeterias. Many of these entities were not necessarily regular partners with the library, which afforded an op- portunity to build bridges and network. downloaded), and a short paragraph on who can use the library. To encourage continued use, content is updated quarterly, and in- centive “coupons” provide users with expanded bor- rowing privileges, etc. Barr’s approach to de- ploying the LibraryBox is unique in that it is attempt- ing to saturate the com- munity with the product, placing it, initially, at 18 locations. The first few months of deployment were wildly successful, and a year into the project the library is averaging between 400 and 500 monthly LibraryBox uses. Simple, eye-catching four-step posters at LibraryBox sites inform users how to connect. Customized pieces, such as di- rections for digital monitors, were also devised at the request of partnering or- ganizations in order to allow them to maximize exposure. FIELDREPORTS What’s in the Box? By Michael Steinmacher & G.J. Corey Harmon The Barr LibraryBox was developed to be one part library promotion, one part content
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  37. Growth

  38. 10/2012

  39. 04/2013

  40. 10/2013

  41. 03/2014

  42. 11/2014

  43. 08/2015

  44. 01/2016

  45. 04/2016

  46. 33 US States 41 Countries 7 Continents

  47. Future?

  48. ❖ Mesh ❖ Beacon ❖ App ❖ Encryption/Security ❖ Content

    Packs ❖ Hardware ❖ Funding
  49. BACKGROUND

  50. Nex-Gen Use Metrics for Libraries News Challenge for Libraries Grant

    Recipient
  51. STATISTICS

  52. TYPICAL STATS ▸ Gate Count ▸ Circulation Count ▸ #

    of Reference Interactions ▸ # of Classes Taught ▸ Website Visits
  53. 0 7 5 1 5 0 2 2 5 3

    0 0 2 0 00 2 0 05 2 0 1 0 2 0 1 5 Circulation
  54. 0 7 5 1 5 0 2 2 5 3

    0 0 2 0 00 2 0 05 2 0 1 0 2 0 1 5 Text Video
  55. 0 7 5 1 5 0 2 2 5 3

    0 0 2 0 00 2 0 05 2 0 1 0 2 0 1 5 2 0 2 0 Text Video
  56. GOOGLE ANALYTICS FOR YOUR BUILDING

  57. COMMERCIAL SYSTEMS ▸ https://prism.com ▸ http://www.occupeye.com ▸ http://www.density.io ▸ http://euclidanalytics.com

  58. OPEN HARDWARE & SOFTWARE

  59. HOW TO 
 MEASURE THE FUTURE

  60. SCOUT

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  64. SCOUT INFORMATION ▸ Logitech c920 Webcam ▸ Intel Edison w/USB

    board ▸ 3d printed case ▸ OpenCV ▸ Go
  65. MOTHERSHIP

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  67. MOTHERSHIP INFORMATION ▸ Intel Edison + Power board ▸ 3d

    printed case ▸ Data analytics and visualization (Python, Javascript) ▸ Data storage (MySQL)
  68. SCOUT MOTHERSHIP BROWSER

  69. SCOUT MOTHERSHIP BROWSER SCOUT SCOUT

  70. DEMO

  71. Raw Footage Background Removal Noise Filtering Contour Detection & Object

    Tracking
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  73. VERSION 1 FEATURES ▸ Attention measurement ▸ People count ▸

    Activity Clock ▸ Raw data available via CSV ▸ Significant privacy protection
  74. PRIVACY ▸ No photo or video of patrons is saved

    ▸ All communication is secured ▸ Collapsing single-stat areas ▸ 15 Minute reporting blocks
  75. SMART BUILDING Photo by KTH Biblioteket - http://flic.kr/p/7Pesb4

  76. A/B TEST SPACES Photo by DaveBleasdale - http://flic.kr/p/nNZRV

  77. EVALUATE YOUR STACKS Photo by ocegep - http://flic.kr/p/crdH8s

  78. PLAN YOUR STAFFING Photo by infomatique - http://flic.kr/p/qkS3BQ

  79. ROADMAP FOR VERSION 2 ▸ Additional sensor support ▸ Hyperlocal

    location measurement ▸ Humidity/temperature ▸ Additional data views ▸ Data integration into other products ▸ Secure and privacy-focused cloud portal for your data
  80. Nex-Gen Use Metrics for Libraries http://measurethefuture.net @measure_future

  81. COMING 
 SUMMER 2016

  82. WE NEED TO MAKE OURSELVES BETTER

  83. QUESTIONS? TEXT

  84. J A S O N G R I F F

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