Print Email Facebook Twitter Creating trust in a domestic unlocking system by embedding wisdom Title Creating trust in a domestic unlocking system by embedding wisdom Author Van Beek, L.C. Contributor Ozcan Vieira, E. (mentor) Van der Helm, A.J.C. (mentor) Voogt, R. (mentor) Faculty Industrial Design Engineering Department Industrial Design Programme Master of Science Design for Interaction Date 2015-07-10 Abstract Clay Solutions, a specialist in cloud-based locking systems, wants to enter the residential market, but faces a difficult challenge: people do not trust electronic locking systems as much as traditional locks and keys. Fulcrum, a new locking system, incorporates qualities of wisdom in its adaptive behavior in order to elicit trust in users and bridge the gap to residential electronic locking systems. Thanks to its connectivity and that of other everyday objects and devices, Fulcrum is able to anticipate the user’s arrival and adapt its unlocking handshake to who is coming home, when they are coming home and what they were out for. Furthermore, Fulcrum offers an integrated fallback mechanism that prevents the built-up trust from being destroyed when the user is locked out. Subject electronic locking systemInternet of ThingstrustFrom Smart to Wise To reference this document use: uuid:c0161f4d-9208-4e72-a6f4-cc60b0e936b8 Access restriction Campus only Part of collection Student theses Document type master thesis Rights (c) 2015 Van Beek, L.C.