Intelligent Buildings and pervasive computing: research perspectives and discussions.

Kaj Grønbæk, Morten Kyng, Peter Gall Krogh

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapportKonferencebidrag i proceedingsForskning


Intelligent Buildings have been the subject of research and commercial interest for more than two decades. The different perspectives range from monitoring and controlling energy consumption over interactive rooms supporting work in offices and leisure in the home, to buildings providing information to by-passers in plazas and urban environments. This paper puts forward the hypothesis that the coming decade will witness a dramatic increase in both quality and quantity of intelligent buildings due to the emerging field of pervasive computing: the next generation computing environments where computers are everywhere, for everyone, at all times. Where IT becomes a still more integrated part of our environments with processors, sensors, and actuators connected via high-speed networks and combined with new visualiza-tion devices ranging from projections directly in the eye to large panorama displays. This paper provides an overview of the field and discusses some central future research perspectives. Research perspectives in the related area, roomware, are discussed
TitelArchitectural research and information technology : Conference Proceedings
Antal sider8
ForlagNordisk Forening for Arkitekturforskning
StatusUdgivet - 2001
BegivenhedKonference om Arkitekturforskning og IT -
Varighed: 30 jun. 2010 → …


KonferenceKonference om Arkitekturforskning og IT
Periode30/06/2010 → …

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