In this paper, a novel solution is proposed for the integration of safety, home assistance and monitoring tasks within a highly-hierarchical, distributed network architecture. All services are distributed over standard IP protocols, granting several advantages over dedicated home-networking approaches, in terms of costs, performance and choice of interoperable devices. Basic functions of the system include home control and safety; more advanced features allows for caregiving services and monitoring. Detailed activity profiles can be extracted in a non-invasive way, enabling ambient adaptivity and health monitoring. An experimental implementation of the system is presented as well.

An “Assistance Over IP” Network for Monitoring and Support of Daily Living Activities / P. CIAMPOLINI; I. DE MUNARI; G. MATRELLA; F. GROSSI; V. BIANCHI. - STAMPA. - 20:(2007), pp. 743-747.

An “Assistance Over IP” Network for Monitoring and Support of Daily Living Activities

CIAMPOLINI, Paolo;DE MUNARI, Ilaria;MATRELLA, Guido;GROSSI, Ferdinando;BIANCHI, Valentina
2007

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In this paper, a novel solution is proposed for the integration of safety, home assistance and monitoring tasks within a highly-hierarchical, distributed network architecture. All services are distributed over standard IP protocols, granting several advantages over dedicated home-networking approaches, in terms of costs, performance and choice of interoperable devices. Basic functions of the system include home control and safety; more advanced features allows for caregiving services and monitoring. Detailed activity profiles can be extracted in a non-invasive way, enabling ambient adaptivity and health monitoring. An experimental implementation of the system is presented as well.
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