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SMART BUILDING. Yousef Awwad Te-Yuan Huang Newlin Rajkumar. SMART BUILDING. S - Selective M - Monitoring A - Around R - Routine T - Tasks. Outline. Motivation. Introduction. Scenario. Requirements. Architecture System design. Schema.

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Yousef Awwad

Te-Yuan Huang

Newlin Rajkumar

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S - Selective

M - Monitoring

A - Around

R - Routine

T - Tasks

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  • Motivation.

  • Introduction.

  • Scenario.

  • Requirements.

  • Architecture

  • System design.

  • Schema.

  • Related work

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  • To gain more experience in the wireless sensor network field.

  • To employ wireless sensor network for the benefits of users (students and visitors to NCTU buildings).

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  • What is a smart building?

  • Smart building system gives information for the users about each element inside the building by using wireless sensor networks.

  • RFID readers and tags are also used to achieve this goal.

  • A tag is attached near each object in the building.

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  • Smart building data:

    - Offices: office’s name, professor’s name, professor’s schedule, publications and others.

  • Class rooms: class room schedule and other information.

  • Laboratories: lab’s name, lab’s members, researches and others.

  • Advertising boards: advertisements sorted by date.

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  • A visitor to engineering building 3 in NCTU.

  • He approaches lab 633 with his notebook opened and browsing smart building website.

  • A tag attached near the lab will send lab id to RFID reader with the notebook.

  • The note book will request the related webpage about the lab from the server.

  • Then display the information.

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Scenario – Cont.

  • A mote sensing environmental data (ie. Lighting, Sounding) as long as detecting people in the room.

  • The mote updates its sensing data to database server periodically.

  • The web server requests for latest data from database server, whenever a user ask for displaying web pages.

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  • User requirements :

    - A note book computer with RFID reader.

    - An internet browser.

    - The user must be able to browse the system web site and view the required information.

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  • System requirements:

    - A server to store the web pages (http server)

    - RFID tags.

    - A wireless network.

    - A library or API to support the RFID.

    - Other non-functional requirements such as user friendly interface and security.

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System Design

  • System is designed as the following:

    - Using Visual inherited with RFID library to:

    * Retrieve ID value from the reader

    * Allow write new ID value to the RFID tag

    * Design the web pages and the interface.

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System Design – Cont.

- Using PHP/SQL to:

  • Display web page dynamically

  • Access database from web page

  • Design administration zone through web page

  • Using Java/SQL to:

    • Retrieve sensing data from mote to PC

    • Upload sensing data from PC to database server

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    • Installing all requirements (frameworks and libraries).

    • Doing experiments on RFID; writing to and reading from the tag.

    • Collecting information about the engineering building 3.

    • Building the web pages for every element.

    • Building the HTTP server.

    • Integrate the whole system.

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    Specific Applications

    • Power Saving

    • Meeting Room Allocation

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    • A virtual voyage throughout the Engineering Building #3.

    • Anticipate the needs of the building users to provide improved comfort, greater user control, and better energy efficiency.

    • Robust and Flexible for further enhancements

    • User-friendly system

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    • This Project could be extended to all the Buildings in the NCTU campus.

    • The performance and efficiency could be enhanced by using High quality RFID devices and advanced readers.

    • Using PDA’s instead of laptops and could be a more compact version

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    Related Work

    • 1-A Tree Tour with Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) and a Personal Digital Assistant (PDA)

      Sean Hoyt, Doug St. John, Denise Wilson and Linda Bushnell

      -A popular tree tour at the University of Washington campus

      -Using RFID and PDA to view information about trees.

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    …Related Work

    • Plant Scanner: A Handheld PDA using RFID TAGS for Child Visitors to the MICHIGAN 4-H Children’s Garden

      Aparna Rajan Ramchandran

    • Using interactive handheld and RFID in the Indoor 4-H Children’s Garden at Michigan State University.

    • teach children introductory plant biology and enhance their exploration of the Indoor 4-H Children’s Garden.

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