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J. Berzosa, J. Mabe,                      N.J. Grabham, M.J. tudor This study is partially funded by European UnionSeventh...
   WSNs are easily integrated into    different environments.                           Low                              ...
         Pervasive systems relay in a determined QoS.                      Not reliable energy source.PH Implications   ...
Adaptation of                     No professional            the Inhabitants                     AdministratorChange of so...
   Natural Integration into the environment                              MUST effectively    Pervasive                   ...
   … is a solution for real time monitoring of    building thermal conditions based on Self    Powered Multi Magnitude WS...
   Federated Network over an Unfederated space.                                                                        Ze...
   Test Deployment    • 22 apartments                         • Assumption of proper    • No specific instructions    Use...
   What do current Power Harvesting techniques lack in    order to be effectively applied to Pervasive Systems?   Will “...
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Social Issues of Power Harvesting as Key Enables of WSN in Pervasive Computing

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Social Issues of Power Harvesting as Key Enables of WSN in Pervasive Computing

  1. 1. J. Berzosa, J. Mabe, N.J. Grabham, M.J. tudor This study is partially funded by European UnionSeventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013)
  2. 2.  WSNs are easily integrated into different environments. Low New Route Power Harvesting. Energy Very Low Energy ◦ Avoid the use of physical maintenance. New New Route Route ◦ Increase the life cycle virtually New Route Concentrator forever. Power Harvesting techniques build potentially self-sufficient devices/systems.
  3. 3.  Pervasive systems relay in a determined QoS.  Not reliable energy source.PH Implications ◦ Can affect the quality of the Pervasive Services.  Non deterministic energy source. ◦ Not easily predictable and can not be foreseen.  Uncertain quality of services. ◦ Difficult management of the energy resources can lead to service lost or unnecessary quality degradation.
  4. 4. Adaptation of No professional the Inhabitants AdministratorChange of social behaviours Disruption of the As opposed to home environment Workplaces or Lab routine environments Integration of the System Trust and Fulfilment of user expectations Reliability
  5. 5.  Natural Integration into the environment MUST effectively Pervasive deliver Services to the Systems everyday routines Power MUST effectively integrate the Harvesting Services AND the maintenance Pervasive of the Services into everyday Systems routines Users must be aware of: • The Services are not infallible if no further care is taken. OR • The Services are optional or auxiliary.
  6. 6.  … is a solution for real time monitoring of building thermal conditions based on Self Powered Multi Magnitude WSNs.
  7. 7.  Federated Network over an Unfederated space. Zero Power Area / Every single room is Non accesible flat “owned” by a different Zero Power Area / Non accesible flat person Zero Power Area / Non accesible flat Zero Power Area Each person must be (staircase) Zero Power Area / Non accesible flat convinced about: Zero Power Area / Non accesible flat Zero Power Area / Non accesible flat • the technical solution Zero Power Area / Non accesible flat • the maintenance routines Zero Power Area / Non accesible flat Zero Power Area / Non accesible flat • the necessity of a certain conditions
  8. 8.  Test Deployment • 22 apartments • Assumption of proper • No specific instructions User function • No immediate feedback Answer • Partial trust in the solution Future Deployment • Awareness of device’s • 70-80 apartments Expected dependability on energy • Maintenance instructions User source • Immediate feedback Answer • Care for the device • Trust in the solution
  9. 9.  What do current Power Harvesting techniques lack in order to be effectively applied to Pervasive Systems? Will “user dependable” technologies get acceptance into homes?

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