Residential energy monitoring and computerized surveillance via utility power flows

@article{Hart1989ResidentialEM,
  title={Residential energy monitoring and computerized surveillance via utility power flows},
  author={G. Hart},
  journal={IEEE Technology and Society Magazine},
  year={1989},
  volume={8},
  pages={12-16}
}
  • G. Hart
  • Published 1989
  • Engineering
  • IEEE Technology and Society Magazine
The author notes that all novel technologies have the potential to affect society in a complex manner, with both beneficial and detrimental consequences. He considers an illustrative case study: a nonintrusive appliance load monitoring technique that can provide vital information to help avoid future energy crises, but can also be used for surveillance purposes. He notes that there appears to be a significant potential for the technology to be abused. The danger that the technology might… Expand

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