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Beyond The Smart Home

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  • 1. Tatsuya Yamazaki Universal City Group, Knowledge Creating Communication Research Center National Institute of Information and Communications Technology yamazaki@nict.go.jp
  • 2. Abstract
    • automation should not be a goal of smart
    • home technologies
    • interface technologies between humans and systems
    • detection of human intensions, feelings, and situations
  • 3. Introduction
    • 1970s
    • Home automation(HA) technology failed
    • Introduction cost
    • Total household energy savings
    • Inflexible in new network infrastructure
    • Lack of application and services that users want
  • 4. Related works
    • Real-life living space test beds
    • Smart home/sensor embedded houses
    • Welfare Techno-houses, Japan
      • Independence for elderly and disable people
      • Improve quality of life
    • Aware Home
      • Three-story, 5040-square-foot home
      • Living laboratory
      • For design, development and evaluation
  • 5. Related works(cont’)
    • MavHome project, UT, Arlington
    • House_n group, MIT
  • 6. Ubiquitous Home
    • A real-life test bed
    • Linking device, sensors, and appliances across data networks
  • 7. Ubiquitous Home
    • Settings and equipment
  • 8. Context –aware services implemented in the Ubiquitous home
    • Get contexts
      • Active RFID tag worn by resident
      • Face recognition by robot camera
    • Context-aware services
      • TV program recommendation
        • Electronic program guide(EPG) & TV Viewing history
      • Cooking recipe display
        • Talk to robot
      • Forgotten-property check service
        • Everything with tags(doc) depends on destination
  • 9. From the ubiquitous home to the universal city
    • Activities can’t be limited inside homes
    • University City Project
  • 10. Key tech in Universal City
  • 11. conclusion
    • Go beyond smart home
    • Not just automate all tasks
    • Interface technologies between humans and system
    • Detection of human
      • Intensions
      • Feelings
      • Situations
    • Extension to outside homes
      • Communities, towns , and cities