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Proceedings of the First ACM Workshop on Embedded Sensing Systems for Energy-Efficiency in Buildings - BuildSys '09
Current climate control systems often rely on building regulation maximum occupancy numbers for maintaining proper temperatures. However, in many situations, there are rooms that are used infrequently, and may be heated or cooled needlessly. Having knowledge regarding occupancy and being able to accurately predict usage patterns may allow significant energy-savings by intelligent control of the L-HVAC systems. In this paper, we report on the deployment of a wireless camera sensor network fordoi:10.1145/1810279.1810284 fatcat:bmeattj3mfd3fa3i54llsfy4om