WOULD YOU LIKE TO……Know how much energy you are Using?…Control your home theatre? Even when You are not there? …Check if you left the coffee Machine on? …Get alarmed if there is any noise?
TABLE OF CONTENTS1 Introduction to smart home2 Features of smart home3 Objectives of smart home4 Existing projects5 Challenges in smart homes6 Example scenario via video7 Technology used in smart homes
TABLE OF CONTENTS8 Smart home appliances for physically challenged people9 Installing a smart home10 Guidelines for installing a smart home11 Conclusion12 References
SMART HOMEA Smart Home is one thatprovides its home ownerscomfort, security, energyefficiency (low operatingcosts) and convenience atall times, regardless ofwhether anyone is home.
FEATURES OF SMART HOMES– Optimized climate and light controls– Item tracking and automated ordering for food and general use items– Automated alarm schedules to match inhabitants’ preferences– Control of media systems
OBJECTIVES OF SMART HOMES• Improve Inhabitant experience: – Optimize inhabitant productivity – Minimize operating costs – Improve comfort – Simplify use of technologies – Ensure security – Enhance accessibility
EXISTING PROJECTS• Academic – Georgia Tech Aware Home – MIT Intelligent Room – Stanford Interactive Workspaces – UC Boulder Adaptive House – UTA MavHome Smart Home – TCU Smart Home
EXISTING PROJECTS• Industry – General Electric Smart Home – Microsoft Easy Living – Philips Vision of the Future – Verizon Connected Family
GEORGIA TECH AWARE HOME• Perceive and assist occupants• Crisis support – Scene understanding, object recognition – Multi-camera, multi-person tracking – Context-based activity• Smart floor• http://www.cc.gatech.edu/f ce/ahri/
MIT INTELLIGENT ROOM• Support natural interaction with room – Speech-based information access – Gesture recognition – Movement tracking – Context-aware automation• http://www.ai.mit.edu/pro jects/aire/
MICROSOFT EASY LIVING• Camera-based person detection and tracking• Geometric world modeling for context• Multimodal sensing• Distributed systems• Ubiquitous computing• http://research.microsoft.com/easyliving/
PHILIPS VISION OF THE FUTURE• Less obtrusive technology• Technology devices – Interactive wallpaper – Control wands – Intelligent garbage can• http://www.design.philips. com/vof
VERIZON CONNECTED FAMILY• Remote monitoring of the home• Entry authentication• Integrated, pervasive communications• Centralized data management
STANFORD INTERACTIVE WORKSPACES• Large wall and tabletop interactive displays• Scientific visualization• Mobile computing devices• Computer-supported cooperative work• Distributed system architectures• http://iwork.stanford.edu/
UC BOULDER ADAPTIVE HOUSE• Infer patterns and predict actions• Machine learning for automation• water heater, lighting control• Goals: – Reduce occupant manual control – Improve energy efficiency• http://www.cs.colorado.edu/~mo zer/house/
CHALLENGES IN INTELLIGENT ENVIRONMENTS• Home design and sensor layout• Communication• Natural interfaces• Management of available data• Capture and interpretation of tasks• Decision making for automation• Robotic control• Large-scale integration• Inhabitant privacy
EXAMPLE SCENARIO• Smart kitchen item tracking – Sense and monitor items in the kitchen – Predict usage patterns – Automatically generate shopping lists based on usage patterns – Automatically retrieve replacement items
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SMART HOME APPLIANCES FORPHYSICALLY CHALLENGED INDIVIDUALS With the implementation ofsmart home appliances, such asan effective security system,those with physical challenges areoften able to live on their own.
Installing smart homeHere are some examples of smart homeproducts and their functions:- A Motion sensors will sendmore alert a doorbell -- you get a video door phone provides an exterior even theres motion when Cameras will track your homes than if its pitch-black picture of your house, and they around whos at the outside. door can even tell the difference between pets and burglars.
The following are ten guidelines to help you on your way:1) Do Your Home Design2) Create Your Home Design List3) Check Local Zoning Laws4) Design Within Your Budget5) Design to Fit Your Plot6) Maximize Your Space Efficiency7) Plan for Expansion8) Picture Interior Design9) Dont Forget the Sun10) Beautify All Sides of Your Home Design
Smarthusteknologi – Planlegging av drift i kommunale tjenester. Deltasenteret 2004. (Guidelines to Smart Home Technology. In translation to English) Order from email@example.com Innføring av smarthusteknologi i det kommunale pleie- og omsorgstilbudet. Norwegian Centre for Telemedicine and the Delta Centre 2004 (Norwegian only) Smarthus for yngre – en prosjektrapport. The Delta Centre 2005 (Norwegian only) Smarthus- the film. The Delta Centre 2004. (English subtitles) Order from firstname.lastname@example.org