Lighting control with distributed wireless sensing and actuation for daylight and occupancy adaptation

@inproceedings{Peruffo2015LightingCW,
  title={Lighting control with distributed wireless sensing and actuation for daylight and occupancy adaptation},
  author={Andrea Peruffo and Ashish Pandharipande and David Caicedo and Luca Schenato},
  year={2015}
}
Abstract Daylight and occupancy adaptive control is considered for a wireless mesh networked lighting system with multiple sensor-equipped luminaires and a central controller. Each luminaire in the system has a co-located light sensor, occupancy sensor and a wireless radio. The light and occupancy sensors respectively determine net average illuminance and occupant presence within their sensor fields-of-view and report these values on the wireless medium to a central controller. Based on the… CONTINUE READING

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