Novel results on mHealth QoE evaluation – Presentation at QEEMS’17

Our colleagues Tamás Péteri, Norbert Varga and László Bokor have presented their novel results on mHealth QoE evaluation during the first International Young Researcher Summit on Quality of Experience in Emerging Multimedia Services (QEEMS 2017). Their paper (available online) focuses on pervasive and ubiquitous mHealth services that rely on heterogeneous network (HetNet) technologies comprising a combination of different cell types and different access technologies to ensure advanced communication solutions for critical services and patient-centric, customized, ’care anywhere’ mHealth applications. The paper presents the initial results of a medical Quality of Experience (m-QoE)
evaluation procedure performed to analyse multimedia-intensive mHealth applications over heterogeneous mobile network access technologies.