IoT Enhancements for an In-house Calm Computing Environment
Source of Publication
2022 8th International Conference on Automation, Robotics and Applications (ICARA)
This article describes IOT enhancements in a smart house so as to provide a calm computing environment. Experimental studies using a portable wireless EEG-casket indicate that the habitants’ calmness can increase with simple, yet effective reinforcements in the existing in-house infrastructure. A ground robot assists by providing services and spherical video feedback to the humans while remaining out of visual contact to them. Wireless sensors measuring the sound level, luminosity, humidity, CO, temperature, and pressure assist in the calmness. At the same time, the persons’ heart rate and their interaction with their smartphones is monitored resulting in appropriate actions. A Google-hub enabled device provides actions to the robot, a loudspeaker, an air-cooling device and powers up smart power outlets.
Temperature sensors, Temperature measurement, Wireless communication, Wireless sensor networks, Visualization, Smart homes, Robot sensing systems
Tsoukalas, Athanasios; Annor, Steven; Kafeza, Eleanna; and Tzes, Anthony, "IoT Enhancements for an In-house Calm Computing Environment" (2022). All Works. 4967.
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