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A study on saving energy in artificial lighting by making smart use of wireless sensor networks and actuators

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This article is focused on adapting lighting conditions to user lighting preferences. A theoretical analysis of lighting conditions is carried out, and a case study is shown by means of the setup of an experimental environment and an empirical analysis of lighting conditions. Finally, a methodology for saving energy, which adjusts luminance to user preferences, is presented, and a study of the consumption results is given.

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IEEE Network  (Volume:23 ,  Issue: 6 )