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2 ELG 5121: Multimedia Communications Course Instructor: Prof. Dr. A. El Saddik Project Presentation: Fall 2010 Md. Mahmud Hasan (Group No. 12)

3 Outline 2  Introduction  Smart Home System  Current Scenarios  Future Scenarios  Research Challenges  Concluding Remarks ELG 5121 Md Mahmud Hasan

4 Introduction 3 What is a Smart Home? “A dwelling incorporating a communications network that connects the key electrical appliances and services, and allows them to be remotely (both within the dwelling and outside of the dwelling) controlled, monitored or accessed.”[1] Elements of a Smart Home:  Communication network: wire/wireless/mixed.  Intelligent control: system management.  Home automation: relevant components and systems. ELG 5121 Md Mahmud Hasan

5 Introduction 4 Smart Home Environment: What does it do?  It improves comfort level for the occupants.  It senses situations through sensor network.  It adapts with both variation of situation and occupants’ preferences.  It ensures security and controlled access.  It detects emergency situation and takes necessary actions.  It assists the occupants with special needs.  It reduces operational cost of a home. ELG 5121 Md Mahmud Hasan

6 Introduction 5 Major Areas of Application  Home appliances: oven, fridge, … etc.  Environment: lighting, HVAC, water,… etc.  Health care: care for elderly and disable people.  Entertainment: multimedia distribution.  Security: person recognition, alarms, … etc.  Information and communication: telephone, internet. ELG 5121 Md Mahmud Hasan

7 Smart Home System 6 ELG 5121 Md Mahmud Hasan Typical example of a smart home environment [2, 3].

8 Smart Home System 7 ELG 5121 Md Mahmud Hasan Typical architecture for smart home system [4].

9 Smart Home System 8 ELG 5121 Md Mahmud Hasan Candidate Networking Technologies: Power Line (Example: X-10, HomePlug, …)  Low installation cost.  Only suitable for fixed application. Wireless (Example: Bluetooth, Zigbee, …)  Higher installation cost.  Suitable for both mobile and fixed applications.

10 Current Scenarios 9 ELG 5121 Md Mahmud Hasan  Smart home applications for home appliances and environment are used for a long time.  In Europe, power line technology (PLT) based implementations of smart home are more popular.  There are numerous projects in industry and academia to focus on smart home research and development.

11 Current Scenarios 10 ELG 5121 Md Mahmud Hasan  It is drawing much attention in the area of health care. It is considered as a promising solution for patient monitoring, therapy delivering, and supporting disable persons [5].  The scope of smart home is expanding day by day. New implications are added continuously. Some industrial projects are devised to combine smart home with green energy [6]. It will reduce electricity consumption.  It is widely used for security, surveillance, and safety [7].

12 Current Scenarios 11 ELG 5121 Md Mahmud Hasan  A good number of smart home multimedia products are available in market [8, 9]. Example: mirror TV. Mirror TV

13 Future Scenarios 12 ELG 5121 Md Mahmud Hasan Personal assistant robot

14 Future Scenarios 13 ELG 5121 Md Mahmud Hasan Integration with Tele-presence and Haptics

15 Future Scenarios 14 ELG 5121 Md Mahmud Hasan Integration with e-learning

16 Research Issues 15 Integration and interoperability: smart home will be integrated with different kind of technologies to meet future demand. Integration and interoperability: smart home will be integrated with different kind of technologies to meet future demand. Privacy and secrecy: as smart home is connected to Internet. Privacy and secrecy: as smart home is connected to Internet. System complexity: various kind of networks exist within a smart home environment. For example wireless sensor network and body area network (BAN). System complexity: various kind of networks exist within a smart home environment. For example wireless sensor network and body area network (BAN). Cost effectiveness. Cost effectiveness. ELG 5121 Md Mahmud Hasan

17 Research Issues 16 Bandwidth management: in future, Internet traffic intensity will be increased severely due to smart home applications. Bandwidth management: in future, Internet traffic intensity will be increased severely due to smart home applications. Protocol issues: new communication protocols are required to exchange information with heterogeneous type of networks. Protocol issues: new communication protocols are required to exchange information with heterogeneous type of networks. Social impact: Smart home may have some impacts society. For example some people might be isolated from society. Social impact: Smart home may have some impacts society. For example some people might be isolated from society. ELG 5121 Md Mahmud Hasan

18 Concluding Remarks 17 Smart home deals with multiple aspects of life. Therefore, human perception is important for smart home environment. Smart home deals with multiple aspects of life. Therefore, human perception is important for smart home environment. There is no worldwide acceptable standards for smart home implementations. There is no worldwide acceptable standards for smart home implementations. It is not necessary to implement all the features of smart home in every home. It should be implemented based on occupants’ need. It is not necessary to implement all the features of smart home in every home. It should be implemented based on occupants’ need. Smart home is a user friendly technology. Smart home is a user friendly technology. ELG 5121 Md Mahmud Hasan

19 References 18ELG 5121 Md Mahmud Hasan [1] Smart home a definition: [2] J. Cheng and T. Kunz, “A Survey on Smart Home Networking,” TR-SCE-0910, Carleton University, Sept [3] [4] L. Ngo, “Service-oriented Architecture for Home Networks,” TKK T Seminar on Internetworking, [5] M. Chan, D. Esteve, C. Escriba, E. Campo, “A Review of Smart Homes- Present State and Future Challenges,” Elsevier Journal of Comp. Met. and Prog. in Biom. Issuse 9, 2008, pp [6] [7] M. Seaman, “Modelling and Implementation of Smart Homes,” NCL EECE MSD TR , New Castle University, [8] [9] [10]

20 ELG 5121 Md Mahmud Hasan19 Questions??? Thank you!


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