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Building automation and energy management systems increase the value of buildings by making them more comfortable, productive, and energy efficient. However, the hardware and software technologies underlying actual systems are largely monolithic and incompatible with each other hampering extensibility and favouring consumer lock-in. In order to overcome this problem we propose to create an middleware architecture, that abstract the heterogeneity of automation systems and provide sophisticateddoi:10.5220/0004974903150323 dblp:conf/smartgreens/SantosC14 fatcat:2kl22fjomneilautibiougultu