A Conceptual Design of a Wireless Sensor Actuator System for Optimizing Energy and Well-being in Buildings

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Wu, Shaomin; Noy, Penny;
(2010)

This article presents a prototype model based on a wireless sensor actuator network (WSAN) aimed at optimizing both energy consumption of environmental systems and well-being of occupants in buildings. The model is a system consisting of the following components: a wire... View more
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