Home Automation System Based on Intelligent Transducer Enablers
AbstractThis paper presents a novel home automation system named HASITE (Home Automation System based on Intelligent Transducer Enablers), which has been specifically designed to identify and configure transducers easily and quickly. These features are especially useful in situations where many transducers are deployed, since their setup becomes a cumbersome task that consumes a significant amount of time and human resources. HASITE simplifies the deployment of a home automation system by using wireless networks and both self-configuration and self-registration protocols. Thanks to the application of these three elements, HASITE is able to add new transducers by just powering them up. According to the tests performed in different realistic scenarios, a transducer is ready to be used in less than 13 s. Moreover, all HASITE functionalities can be accessed through an API, which also allows for the integration of third-party systems. As an example, an Android application based on the API is presented. Remote users can use it to interact with transducers by just using a regular smartphone or a tablet. View Full-Text
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Suárez-Albela, M.; Fraga-Lamas, P.; Fernández-Caramés, T.M.; Dapena, A.; González-López, M. Home Automation System Based on Intelligent Transducer Enablers. Sensors 2016, 16, 1595.
Suárez-Albela M, Fraga-Lamas P, Fernández-Caramés TM, Dapena A, González-López M. Home Automation System Based on Intelligent Transducer Enablers. Sensors. 2016; 16(10):1595.Chicago/Turabian Style
Suárez-Albela, Manuel; Fraga-Lamas, Paula; Fernández-Caramés, Tiago M.; Dapena, Adriana; González-López, Miguel. 2016. "Home Automation System Based on Intelligent Transducer Enablers." Sensors 16, no. 10: 1595.
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