Judith Symonds

Judith Symonds is a senior lecturer at AUT University (Auckland, New Zealand). Judith serves as Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Advanced Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing . Judith holds a PhD in rural systems management from the University of Queensland (Australia, 2005). Judith has published in international refereed journals, book chapters, and conferences, including the Australian Journal of Information Systems and the Journal of Cases on Information Technology. She currently serves on editorial boards for the Journal of Electronic Commerce in Organizations and the International Journal of E-Business Research. Her current research interests include data management in pervasive and ubiquitous computing environments.

Publications

Emerging Pervasive and Ubiquitous Aspects of Information Systems: Cross-Disciplinary Advancements
Judith Symonds. © 2011. 432 pages.
The concept of pervasive and ubiquitous computing challenges our existing understanding of human-computer interaction, as it suggests a world in which computers become...
An Evaluation of the RFID Security Benefits of the APF System: Hospital Patient Data Protection
John Ayoade, Judith Symonds. © 2011. 12 pages.
The main features of RFID are the ability to identify objects without a line of sight between reader and tag, read/write capability and ability of readers to read many tags at...
Ubiquitous and Pervasive Computing: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications
Judith Symonds. © 2010. 1962 pages.
With the development of ubiquitous and pervasive computing, increased and expanded adaptability to changing needs, preferences, and environments will emerge to further enhance...
Using RFID to Track and Trace High Value Products: The Case of City Healthcare
Judith A. Symonds, David Parry. © 2010. 13 pages.
Certain businesses call for a high level of traceability to track high value products. This case study of City Healthcare,1 New Zealand, focuses on the complex management issues...
An Evaluation of the RFID Security Benefits of the APF System: Hospital Patient Data Protection
John Ayoade, Judith Symonds. © 2010. 12 pages.
The main features of RFID are the ability to identify objects without a line of sight between reader and tag, read/write capability and ability of readers to read many tags at...
An Evaluation of the RFID Security Benefits of the APF System: Hospital Patient Data Protection
John Ayoade, Judith Symonds. © 2010. 12 pages.
The main features of RFID are the ability to identify objects without a line of sight between reader and tag, read/write capability and ability of readers to read many tags at...
Auto-Identification and Ubiquitous Computing Applications
Judith Symonds, John Ayoade, David Parry. © 2009. 350 pages.
There is a need within radio-frequency identification (RFID) and other smart technologies to understand related practical implications. Auto-Identification and Ubiquitous...
An Evaluation of the RFID Security Benefits of the APF System: Hospital Patient Data Protection
John Ayoade, Judith Symonds. © 2009. 16 pages.
The main features of RFID are the ability to identify objects without a line of sight between reader and tag, read/write capability and ability of readers to read many tags at...
RFID for Identification of Stolen/Lost Items
John Ayoade, Judith Symonds. © 2009. 15 pages.
Standards organisations such as EPC Global work to provide global compatibility between RFID readers and tags (EPCGlobal, 2007). This is essential to ensure that product...
RFID and Assisted Living for the Elderly
David Parry, Judith Symonds. © 2009. 18 pages.
Radio-frequency Identification (RFID) offers a potentially flexible and low cost method of locating objects and tracking people within buildings. RFID systems generally require...
Handling RFID Data Using a Data-on-Tag Approach
Sarita Pais, Judith Symonds. © 2009. 14 pages.
RFID tags can store more data and can update this data through local processing. This is in contrast to the EPC global standard of data-on-network. In order to illustrate this...
Usability Evaluation Meets Design: The Case of bisco Office™
Judith Symonds. © 2009. 14 pages.
Usability Evaluation Methods (UEM) are plentiful in the literature. However, there appears to be a new interest in usability testing from the viewpoint of the industry...
Using RFID to Track and Trace High Value Products: The Case of City Healthcare
Judith A. Symonds, David Parry. © 2008. 13 pages.
Certain businesses call for a high level of traceability to track high value products. This case study of City Healthcare,1 New Zealand, focuses on the complex management issues...
Palming the Future: E-Government Strategy Development for a Tertiary Education Organisation
Judith Symonds. © 2008. 13 pages.
Trans Training is a tertiary education organisation concerned with the provision of quality driving training for the commercial road transport, logistics, distribution...
Palming the Future: E-Government Strategy Development for a Tertiary Education Organisation
Judith Symonds. © 2007. 13 pages.
Trans Training is a tertiary education organisation concerned with the provision of quality driving training for the commercial road transport, logistics, distribution...
Palming the Future: E-Government Strategy Development for a Tertiary Education Organisation
Judith Symonds. © 2006. 16 pages.
Trans Training is a tertiary education organisation concerned with the provision of quality driving training for the commercial road transport, logistics, distribution...
International Journal of E-Business Research (IJEBR)
Payam Hanafizadeh, Jeffrey Hsu. Est. 2005.
The emergence of electronic business is one of the most profound changes that revolutionized the process of buying, selling, and exchanging products and services over the...