Wireless Sensor Networks Framework for Indoor Temperature Regulation

Biljana Stojkoska, Andrijana Popovska Avramova

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Abstract

Wireless Sensor Networks take a major part in our everyday lives by enhancing systems for home automation, health-care, temperature control, energy consumption monitoring etc. In this paper we focus on a system used for temperature regulation for homes, educational, industrial, commercial premises etc. We propose a framework for indoor regulation and optimization of temperature using wireless sensor networks based on ZigBee. Methods for optimal temperature regulation are suggested and discussed. The framework is based on methods that provide energy savings by reducing the amount of data transmissions through prediction methods. Additionally the framework explores techniques for localization, such that the location of the nodes is used for optimization of the temperature settings. Information on node location is used to provide the most optimal tradeo between the time it takes to reach the desired temperature at a specic part of the room and energy
consumption.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 8th Annual South-East European Doctoral Student Conference : Infusing Research and Knowledge in South-East Europe
EditorsF. Gonidis, P. Gkasis, L. Lazouras, I. Stamatopoulou
PublisherSouth-East European Research Centre
Publication date2013
Pages354-364
ISBN (Print)978-960-9416-06-1
Publication statusPublished - 2013
Event8th Annual South-East European Doctoral Student Conference: Infusing Research and Knowledge in South-East Europe - L. Sofou Building, Thessaloniki, Greece
Duration: 16 Sep 201317 Sep 2013

Conference

Conference8th Annual South-East European Doctoral Student Conference
LocationL. Sofou Building
CountryGreece
CityThessaloniki
Period16/09/201317/09/2013

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