21 May 2014 SmartHome: a domotic framework based on smart sensing and actuator network to reduce energy wastes
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Domestic environment and human interaction with services supplied by domotic devices is going to be a very interesting application field. With a domotic system is possible to achieve great interaction between human beings, environments and smart devices. The enhancing of these interactions is the main goal of this work whose intent is to improve the classic concept of domotics. The framework we developed can be used for several application fields such as lighting, heating, conditioning or water management and energy consumption. In particular, the proposed system can optimize energy consumptions by rising awareness to users that have full control of their house and the possibility to save money and reduce the impact of the energetic consumes to the earth, matching the new "green" motto requirements. In this way, the overall system wants to match the central concept of Internet Of Things (IoT) as well. From this point of view a complex automation system with smart devices make possible a more efficient way to produce, follow and manage domotic policies. Following the spread of IoT, for this work we designed and implemented new plug-and-play and ready-to-use smart devices that are part of a complex automation system that offers a user-friendly web application and allows users to control and interact with different plans of their house in order to make life more comfortable and be aware of their energy consumptions. Control and awareness arc the two key points that led us to develop the proposed system.
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Amilcare Francesco Santamaria, Amilcare Francesco Santamaria, Floriano De Rango, Floriano De Rango, Domenico Falbo, Domenico Falbo, Domenico Barletta, Domenico Barletta, } "SmartHome: a domotic framework based on smart sensing and actuator network to reduce energy wastes", Proc. SPIE 9103, Wireless Sensing, Localization, and Processing IX, 910308 (21 May 2014); doi: 10.1117/12.2053328; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2053328


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