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Van der Jagt, S. (author)
Wireless energy is found to be an enabler for IoT in smart homes. WiFi signals can be used as an energy source to power connected climate sensors. The smart climate product ecosystem is designed and a business model is created as part of an overall implementation startegy.
master thesis 2016
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Keijzer-Broers, W.J.W. (author), de Reuver, Mark (author)
Despite technological advances, smart home concepts are not receiving widespread adoption. Small businesses that install and maintain heating, security and energy-saving systems could play a major role in bringing advanced technologies to home owners. However, the role of such small installer businesses in the smart living industry is generally...
journal article 2016
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Praus, Friedrich (author), Kastner, Wolfgang (author), Palensky, P. (author)
With today’s ongoing integration of heterogeneous building automation systems, increased comfort, energy efficiency, improved building management, sustainability as well as advanced applications such as active & assisted living scenarios become possible. These smart homes and buildings are implemented as decentralized systems, where embedded...
journal article 2016
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Solaimani Kartalaei, H. (author)
For a long time, technology has served as a silver bullet to gain a sustainable competitive advantage and to outperform the competitors. However, access to and exploitation of technologies gradually becomes a commodity, hence a less powerful resource to be leveraged to a competitive edge. Instead, companies increasingly are captivated by the...
doctoral thesis 2014
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Ni, B. (author)
This graduation project is a practical-based research project. Because it is a fact that residential energy consumption has been increasing year by year in China due to the rapid urbanization, increasing urban population and demanding of higher quality living, with the help of HEMS, people can monitor real-time energy usage, immediately reflect...
master thesis 2013
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Nikayin, F. (author), De Reuver, M. (author)
Today’s smart home concepts are no longer limited to home automation, but increasingly involve smart health, energy, security and entertainment services. Such smart living services are typically offered through sector-specific service platforms that are rarely interoperable and not fully standardized. As a result, an overwhelming variety of...
conference paper 2012
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Vermaas, D. (author)
Grid operators in the Netherlands are forced by regulations to introduce the smart metering service in the Netherlands. Consumers in the household have a better insight in their energy usage using the smart metering service. There are opportunities for the grid operator to cooperate with other service providers to share costs regarding the...
master thesis 2010
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Blanson Henkemans, O.A. (author)
There is a shift in traditional health care, from one-side dictated treatment to a situation wherein the patient is involved, self-determined, and performs self-care activities. This new patient role is complex, but by deploying Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in the medical domain, eHealth services can stimulate maintaining a...
doctoral thesis 2009
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De Jonge, L.C. (author)
Using the STOF model to develop a robust business model for KPN, the dutch incumbent telecoms operator, for the future home. This business model was based on futures research about the home and the technology incorporated into within the future. In the end, risks and chances are named to take into account when developing new services for the...
master thesis 2009
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