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February 16, 2006JEMH van Bronswijk, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven 1 7y750 – Robotics and homecare for dwellings (Domotica) 7y750 – Robotics and homecare.

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1 February 16, 2006JEMH van Bronswijk, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven 1 7y750 – Robotics and homecare for dwellings (Domotica) 7y750 – Robotics and homecare for dwellings (Domotica) Aim Understanding the modern and future needs and capabilities for (tele)services, including assisted living (home care) Summary & Conclusions

2 February 16, 2006JEMH van Bronswijk, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven 2 7y750 Program 1. Robotics, home automation and homecare for dwellings (Domotica) Introduction to course and assignments 2. Functionalities installed Functionalities installed in subsidized projects; Problems during implementation 3. ICT Infrastructures in the home Current ICT structures; Its usability for different generations; Limitations and capabilities of ICT structures; Future requirements for complex environments 4. Site visit in Bodegrave with Viedome installed Starting from Vertigo at H; the tour will end at H 5. Robotics for dwellings and Building Management Systems for Offices Technological and organizational aspects of the two traditions 6. Barriers to mass introduction of home automation and home robotics Home automation and teleservices (including telecare) have not been introduced on a massive scale; Technical, organizational and personal barriers. 7. Building requirements for successful home automation and robotics Cancelled, but Powerpoint available 8. The near future What has been achieved? What is still to be done by the building (services) engineer? Should s/he become a H ome A utomation& R obotics A dvisor? Will consumer labels, such as ‘Woonkeur’ help? Assignment: technology, user quality & user experience in a domotics project

3 February 16, 2006JEMH van Bronswijk, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven 3 Technology & Society … Robotics for dwellings & Home automation …. Impact level or societal return Life or application domain Health & Self- esteem Housing & Daily living Mobility & Transport Communication & Governance Work & Leisure Enhancement & Satisfaction Prevention & Engagement Compensation & Assistance Care support & Organisation

4 February 16, 2006JEMH van Bronswijk, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven 4 7y750 Program 1. Robotics, home automation and homecare for dwellings (Domotica) Introduction to course and assignments 2. Functionalities installed Functionalities installed in subsidized projects; Problems during implementation 3. ICT Infrastructures in the home Current ICT structures; Its usability for different generations; Limitations and capabilities of ICT structures; Future requirements for complex environments 4. Site visit in Bodegrave with Viedome installed Starting from Vertigo at H; the tour will end at H 5. Robotics for dwellings and Building Management Systems for Offices Technological and organizational aspects of the two traditions 6. Barriers to mass introduction of home automation and home robotics Home automation and teleservices (including telecare) have not been introduced on a massive scale; Technical, organizational and personal barriers. 7. Building requirements for successful home automation and robotics Cancelled, but Powerpoint available 8. The near future What has been achieved? What is still to be done by the building (services) engineer? Should s/he become a H ome A utomation& R obotics A dvisor? Will consumer labels, such as ‘Woonkeur’ help? Assignment: technology, user quality & user experience in a domotics project

5 February 16, 2006Martijn Janssen, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven 5 Home Care Technology Stimulation (HCTS) in NL A governmental subsidizing plan: “To realize innovative projects with a good balance among living, care and services, in order to promote prolonged independent living (ageing in place) of citizens needing care or guidance” Source: Staatscourant 11 september 2000, nr. 175/pag. 13

6 February 16, 2006Martijn Janssen, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven 6 Available Applications Fall detection Lightning Movement detection Curtain control Access control Gaseous valve Window control Video Intercom Telehealth / telecare Smoke detection Fire detection Security system Ventilation control Teleshopping Adjustable height toilet seat Central house status display on TV Self cleaning toilet seat Electrical power back-up system Automatic shutoff Comfort control Light scenarios

7 February 16, 2006JEMH van Bronswijk, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven 7 7y750 Program 1. Robotics, home automation and homecare for dwellings (Domotica) Introduction to course and assignments 2. Functionalities installed Functionalities installed in subsidized projects; Problems during implementation 3. ICT Infrastructures in the home Current ICT structures; Its usability for different generations; Limitations and capabilities; Future requirements for complex environments 4. Site visit in Bodegrave with Viedome installed Starting from Vertigo at H; the tour will end at H 5. Robotics for dwellings and Building Management Systems for Offices Technological and organizational aspects of the two traditions 6. Barriers to mass introduction of home automation and home robotics Home automation and teleservices (including telecare) have not been introduced on a massive scale; Technical, organizational and personal barriers. 7. Building requirements for successful home automation and robotics Cancelled, but Powerpoint available 8. The near future What has been achieved? What is still to be done by the building (services) engineer? Should s/he become a H ome A utomation& R obotics A dvisor? Will consumer labels, such as ‘Woonkeur’ help? Assignment: technology, user quality & user experience in a domotics project

8 February 16, 2006Francesco Franchimon, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven 8 OSI Model An Open System Interconnection according ISO (International Standards Organization) application layer presentation layer session layer transport layer network layer link layer physical layer Data network AL (7) PL (6) SL (5) TL (4) NL (3) LL (2) PL (1) Device ADevice B Network environment Application Oriented OSI environment

9 February 16, 2006Francesco Franchimon, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven 9 ICT Architecture Autonomous (stand alone) Autonomous (stand alone) – e.g. Access control or other applications Connected, central Intelligence Connected, central Intelligence – e.g. Living Tomorrow Connected, distributed intelligence Connected, distributed intelligence – e.g. LONworks

10 February 16, 2006JEMH van Bronswijk, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven 10 7y750 Program 1. Robotics, home automation and homecare for dwellings (Domotica) Introduction to course and assignments 2. Functionalities installed Functionalities installed in subsidized projects; Problems during implementation 3. ICT Infrastructures in the home Current ICT structures; Its usability for different generations; Limitations and capabilities; Future requirements for complex environments 4. Site visit in Bodegrave with Viedome installed Starting from Vertigo at H; the tour will end at H 5. Robotics for dwellings and Building Management Systems for Offices Technological and organizational aspects of the two traditions 6. Barriers to mass introduction of home automation and home robotics Home automation and teleservices (including telecare) have not been introduced on a massive scale; Technical, organizational and personal barriers. 7. Building requirements for successful home automation and robotics Cancelled, but Powerpoint available 8. The near future What has been achieved? What is still to be done by the building (services) engineer? Should s/he become a H ome A utomation& R obotics A dvisor? Will consumer labels, such as ‘Woonkeur’ help? Assignment: technology, user quality & user experience in a domotics project

11 February 16, 2006Martijn Janssen, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven 11 Domotics components - Video-intercom with front door (not integrated) - Telecare call system (Video) - Safety camera’s in bedroom and living room connected to telecare system - Camera in bedroom with privacy signal - Lighting bedroom – corridor (‘firefly’) connected for nightly visit to bathroom - Come in / go out button with security connection -Keyless front door -Personal alarm through push button

12 February 16, 2006JEMH van Bronswijk, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven 12 7y750 Program 1. Robotics, home automation and homecare for dwellings (Domotica) Introduction to course and assignments 2. Functionalities installed Functionalities installed in subsidized projects; Problems during implementation 3. ICT Infrastructures in the home Current ICT structures; Its usability for different generations; Limitations and capabilities; Future requirements for complex environments 4. Site visit in Bodegrave with Viedome installed Starting from Vertigo at H; the tour will end at H 5. Robotics for dwellings and Building Management Systems for Offices Technological and organizational aspects of the two traditions 6. Barriers to mass introduction of home automation and home robotics Home automation and teleservices (including telecare) have not been introduced on a massive scale; Technical, organizational and personal barriers. 7. Building requirements for successful home automation and robotics Cancelled, but Powerpoint available 8. The near future What has been achieved? What is still to be done by the building (services) engineer? Should s/he become a H ome A utomation& R obotics A dvisor? Will consumer labels, such as ‘Woonkeur’ help? Assignment: technology, user quality & user experience in a domotics project

13 February 16, 2006Wim Zeiler, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven 13

14 February 16, 2006JEMH van Bronswijk, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven 14 19th Cenrury Elementary tasks based on Human Capability & Flexibility Smart Home Perspective.... a new kind of service delivery environment providing value to the consumer 20th Century Functional System Integration makes life easier 21st Century Integration of comprehensive Living Environment I nfotainment Health care J.M. Corrieu- IBM Europe - Pervasive Wireless Solutions

15 February 16, 2006JEMH van Bronswijk, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven 15 7y750 Program 1. Robotics, home automation and homecare for dwellings (Domotica) Introduction to course and assignments 2. Functionalities installed Functionalities installed in subsidized projects; Problems during implementation 3. ICT Infrastructures in the home Current ICT structures; Its usability for different generations; Limitations and capabilities; Future requirements for complex environments 4. Site visit in Bodegrave with Viedome installed Starting from Vertigo at H; the tour will end at H 5. Robotics for dwellings and Building Management Systems for Offices Technological and organizational aspects of the two traditions 6. Barriers to mass introduction of home automation and home robotics Home automation and teleservices (including telecare) have not been introduced on a massive scale; Technical, organizational and personal barriers 7. Building requirements for successful home automation and robotics Cancelled, but Powerpoint available 8. The near future What has been achieved? What is still to be done by the building (services) engineer? Should s/he become a H ome A utomation& R obotics A dvisor? Will consumer labels, such as ‘Woonkeur’ help? Assignment: technology, user quality & user experience in a domotics project

16 February 16, 2006JEMH van Bronswijk, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven 16 Barriers distributed over Hardware – Software – Humanware Health Dwelling Needs Pollutants Learning Spaces Buildings Computing Platforms Networks Interactivity Objects Adaptivity Presence Flow Privacy Trust Choice Humanware Software Hardware

17 February 16, 2006Jos Lichtenberg, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven 17 7y750 Program 1. Robotics, home automation and homecare for dwellings (Domotica) Introduction to course and assignments 2. Functionalities installed Functionalities installed in subsidized projects; Problems during implementation 3. ICT Infrastructures in the home Current ICT structures; Its usability for different generations; Limitations and capabilities; Future requirements for complex environments 4. Site visit in Bodegrave with Viedome installed Starting from Vertigo at H; the tour will end at H 5. Robotics for dwellings and Building Management Systems for Offices Technological and organizational aspects of the two traditions 6. Barriers to mass introduction of home automation and home robotics Home automation and teleservices (including telecare) have not been introduced on a massive scale; Technical, organizational and personal barriers 7. Building requirements for successful home automation and robotics Cancelled, but Powerpoint available on the web 8. The near future What has been achieved? What is still to be done by the building (services) engineer? Should s/he become a H ome A utomation& R obotics A dvisor? Will consumer labels, such as ‘Woonkeur’ help? Assignment: technology, user quality & user experience in a domotics project

18 February 16, 2006JEMH van Bronswijk, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven 18 skelet + vloer gevel + dak inbouw installaties oplevering Slimbouwen proces Slimbouwen

19 February 16, 2006JEMH van Bronswijk, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven 19 7y750 Program 1. Robotics, home automation and homecare for dwellings (Domotica) Introduction to course and assignments 2. Functionalities installed Functionalities installed in subsidized projects; Problems during implementation 3. ICT Infrastructures in the home Current ICT structures; Its usability for different generations; Limitations and capabilities; Future requirements for complex environments 4. Site visit in Bodegrave with Viedome installed Starting from Vertigo at H; the tour will end at H 5. Robotics for dwellings and Building Management Systems for Offices Technological and organizational aspects of the two traditions 6. Barriers to mass introduction of home automation and home robotics Home automation and teleservices (including telecare) have not been introduced on a massive scale; Technical, organizational and personal barriers 7. Building requirements for successful home automation and robotics Cancelled, but Powerpoint available on the web 8. The near future What has been achieved? What is still to be done by the building (services) engineer? Should s/he become a HomeAutomation&RoboticsAdvisor? Will consumer labels, such as ‘Woonkeur’ help? Assignment: technology, user quality & user experience in a domotics project

20 February 16, 2006JEMH van Bronswijk, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven 20 Characteristics, options, barriers in 3 levels Individuals (consumers, professionals)Individuals (consumers, professionals) Organisations (public, private, technological, social, etc)Organisations (public, private, technological, social, etc) Legislature and official guidelinesLegislature and official guidelines

21 February 16, 2006JEMH van Bronswijk, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven 21 Canting …… ……… Will a consumer label make it work? ……. Organisation Organisation Technology Technology Individual Individual


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