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Building occupancy sensing is useful for control of building services such as lighting and ventilation, enabling energy savings, whilst maintaining a comfortable environment. However, a precise and reliable measurement of occupancy still remains difficult. Existing technologies are plagued with a number of issues ranging from unreliable data, maintaining(More)
Current occupancy sensing technologies may limit the effectiveness of buildings controls, due to a number of issues ranging from unreliable data, sensor drift, privacy concerns, and insufficient commissioning. More effective control of Heating, Ventilation and Air-conditioning (HVAC) systems may be possible using a smart and adaptive sensing network for(More)
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