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SmallCAN-A Reliable , Low-Power and Low-Cost Distributed Embedded System for Energy Efficient Building Automation

@inproceedings{Schrom2011SmallCANAR,
  title={SmallCAN-A Reliable , Low-Power and Low-Cost Distributed Embedded System for Energy Efficient Building Automation},
  author={H. Schrom and Tobias Michaels and S. Stein and R. Ernst},
  year={2011}
}
  • H. Schrom, Tobias Michaels, +1 author R. Ernst
  • Published 2011
  • In this paper we propose a new reliable, low-power and low-cost platform for a building automation system, BAS, which is suitable to be used as a single platform for all appliances of a building. Furthermore today’s platforms for building automation do not focus on low-energy consumption of the platform itself. The costs are also quite high and the installation has limited flexibility and needs extensive planning. The proposed platform features low-power consumption, has a reliable wired… CONTINUE READING
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