Kristof Lamont

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Wireless Building Automation is a complex problem dealing with a lot of trade offs: on one hand sensors and actuators have to be as energy-efficient as possible, while on the other hand the overall network should be performant and resilient enough to extend or even replace a wired backbone. In addition, the network should be able to serve existing IEEE(More)
The increasing complexity of procedures in the intensive care unit (ICU) requires complex software services, to reduce improper use of antibiotics and inappropriate therapies, and to offer earlier and more accurate detection of infections and antibiotic resistance. We investigated whether web-based software can facilitate the computerization of complex(More)
In this paper we discuss the Wireless Mesh Network developed in the scope of the IBBT Wireless Building Automation project. This WMN is designed as a high datarate wireless backbone interconnection between the other wireless networks used in the WBA architecture. We will demonstrate that switched Ethernet is a technology that, with minimal effort, can be(More)
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