Tecnologías para la detección de ocupación en edificios

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Dafni Mora
Marilena De Simone
Miguel Chen Austin

Publicado: Apr 20, 2020

Resumen

Una importante parte del consumo de energía de los edificios está relacionado con el comportamiento de los ocupantes. Lo que significa que es necesario conocer con mayor precisión cómo se comporta y se mueve el usuario dentro de los ambientes, y este es uno de los retos que requiere conocer los tipos de tecnologías para la detección de la ocupación en edificios. En este artículo presentamos un resumen de las tecnologías utilizadas en la actualidad para el control de la ocupación en edificios, de manera de tener un marco de referencia y además poder indagar hacia donde se pueden dirigir las investigaciones futuras, tomando en cuenta el desarrollo actual.

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ocupación del edificio, monitoreo, rendimiento del edificio, sensores

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Mora, D., De Simone, M., & Chen Austin, M. (2020). Tecnologías para la detección de ocupación en edificios. Revista Prisma Tecnológico, 11(1), 17-22. https://doi.org/10.33412/pri.v11.1.2530

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