Smart Placement of Motion Sensors in a Home Environment

Abstract : — This paper deals with the smart placement of motion sensors in smart homes for Ambient Assisted Living, by considering the sensor technology and cost and respecting specific coverage requirements. The core of the proposed methodology is a decision module that can optimize the sensors placement according to different objectives. More precisely, the main objective is the minimization of costs of the deployed sensors. Moreover, the second objective can be the maximization of the overlapping in order to find a robust solution or the minimization of the overlapping of the detection areas in order to improve the inhabitant localization. A case study demonstrates the effectiveness of the proposed strategy on sensors placement in a domestic environment.
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Maria Fanti, Michele Roccotelli, Gregory Faraut, Jean-Jacques Lesage. Smart Placement of Motion Sensors in a Home Environment. IEEE SMC 2017 - IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (SMC), Oct 2017, Banff, Canada. pp.894-899. ⟨hal-01655388⟩

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