Mobile phone GPS can be used to learn unsupervised models of family logistics. A smart app can display this as a plan. Parents report this improves their planning and coordination.
How robots can "mechanicaly hijack" controls made for human hands
Speed Dating, a method I co-invented, is now part of the core curriculum in Design and Human-Computer Interaction at Carnegie Mellon. Professor Bruce Hannington includes it in his new textbook.
Studying and modeling human routines opens the door to new types of coordination applications.