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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)
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)
Control systems for heating, ventilation and air conditioning in non-domestic buildings often operate to fixed schedules, assuming maximum occupancy during business hours. Since lower occupancies usually mean less demand for heating, ventilation and air conditioning, energy savings could be made. Air quality sensing, often combined with temperature sensing,(More)
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