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Alertme.com - implementing wireless home security 2.0
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Alertme.com is a Cambridge based startup developing home security as an internet appliance. ZigBee based wireless sensors and actuators communicate with an internet-connected gateway, through which remote servers provide services to customers’ homes. The service is configured via a web based UI, with a simple in-home interface for daily use. We will present a brief overview of the system architecture followed by a selection of technical challenges and our solutions, on which we would welcome criticisms and suggestions. Depending on our audience’s interests, these could include deployment, coexistence and energy considerations of wireless sensor networks, the UI, digital security, distributed system design, networking in the home, manufacturing, and ad-hoc any other topics of interest.
This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Opera Group Seminars series.
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