The DOMUS Laboratory is concerned that the technologies developed there can be easily implemented in the living environment of the people for whom they were created. This is why the Laboratory also uses wireless equipment, which is mobile and can be installed in people's homes in a discreet way and blend into the environment. Thus, sensors (e.g. movement, electricity, humidity, contact) are installed in the home and can track several activities in the house, such as:
- Rest periods;
- Activities related to preparing and taking meals;
- Activities related to personal care and hygiene;
- Outings and periods of inactivity.
The transmission of data simply is done using an Internet access.
For more information on this type of technology or to read examples where it has been used in people's daily lives, you can consult these scientific articles:
- Ngankam H.K. et al. (2019) An IoT Architecture of Microservices for Ambient Assisted Living Environments to Promote Aging in Smart Cities. In: Pagán J., Mokhtari M., Aloulou H., Abdulrazak B., Cabrera M. (eds) How AI Impacts Urban Living and Public Health. ICOST 2019. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 11862. Springer, Cham. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-32785-9_14
- Radziszewski, R., Ngankam, H., Pigot, H., Grégoire, V., Lorrain, D. & Giroux, S. (2016) An ambient assisted living nighttime wandering system for elderly. In Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Information Integration and Web-based Applications and Services (iiWAS ’16). Association for Computing Machinery, New York, NY, USA, 368–374. DOI: 10.1145/3011141.3011171