Inspiring Energy Conservation Through Open Source Metering Hardware and Embedded Real-Time Load Disaggregation

This morning I learnt that my full co-authored (with co-author William Sung, Ryan Dela Cruz, Brett Yarrow, Bob Gill, Fred Popowich,  and Ivan Bajic) paper "Inspiring Energy Conservation Through Open Source Metering Hardware and Embedded Real-Time Load Disaggregation" was accepted at IEEE's PES Asia-Pacific Power and Energy Engineering Conference (IEEE PES APPEEC 2013). So I am headed off to Hong Kong at the beginning of … Continue reading Inspiring Energy Conservation Through Open Source Metering Hardware and Embedded Real-Time Load Disaggregation

Published New Dataset

  I have been working very hard on my Depth Exam lately and have not had a chance to post much. Until today, when I decided that I wanted to publicly make available a 2010 dataset of a monitored home for use in research on load disaggregation, NILM (non-intrusinve load monitoring or NIALM), Smart Homes, and … Continue reading Published New Dataset

Home Occupancy Agent: Occupancy and Sleep Detection

Earlier this month I learnt that I (and co-author Fred Popowich) will have my first journal paper published in the GSTF Journal on Computing in the April/2012 edition (vol 2, no 1). Here is the paper abstract: Smart homes of the future will have a number of different types of sensors. What types of sensors and how they … Continue reading Home Occupancy Agent: Occupancy and Sleep Detection

Modelling the smart home, sensor data

Today David Lindberg a fellow graduate student and colleague ask, "I need a better picture of the data you're receiving from the houses. Can you send me your database schema"? David will be looking at modelling tools and developing a model for the home. I though it might be a good idea to take some … Continue reading Modelling the smart home, sensor data