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Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Pervasive Embedded Computing and Communication Systems
To have buildings that are able to adapt to the user needs and at the same time to operate efficiently, it is essential to know the activity the people are performing. Presence sensors, which are widely deployed in modern buildings, attempt to regulate lighting to the presence of people in indoor spaces. Though, much more in terms of comfort and energy efficiency can be achieved if more detailed information on the activity of the users is detected. In this paper, we provide an initialdoi:10.5220/0003801300050014 fatcat:grryjkmefnbqxm3j2oxolvqedm