Research into Smart Buildings and Spaces has increased rapidly over the last few years. This volume aims to address the convergence of research in Distributed Systems, Robotics and Human Centred computing within the domain of smart buildings and present a unique opportunity to investigate work that crosses the boundaries of these disciplines. It provides an overview of progress in a fast-moving area, by bringing together researchers, implementors and practitioners and the papers draw together the developments and concerns of those working on the different aspects of smart environments, as well as providing views on the future prospects for work in this area.Guide. 4.1 Introduction The success of HIPS necessitates the dissemination of the results and the potential of the work in a wide variety of arenas. This specifically demands that: ac The localisation technology we use should not have a high infrastructure setup cost, ... Position is determined using a GPS receiver, namely the Garmin GPS II+, the output of which complies with the NMEA 0183 v2. 0 standard . ... These include: ac Differential GPS, which provides a sub- 10 meter accuracy 60.
|Title||:||Managing Interactions in Smart Environments|
|Author||:||Paddy Nixon, Gerard Lacey, Simon Dobson|
|Publisher||:||Springer - 2000|