Abstract

Environmental sensing for comfort and energy efficiency studies is crucial for
sustainable design and retrofitting. Arrays of simple, low-cost sensors can be used to perform measurements that usually require expensive specialist equipment. The ENLITEN
project at the University of Bath developed a sensor kit based on the Raspberry pi computer board, which has now been deployed in a number of locations worldwide. This paper outlines a review of the results from some of these studies and makes comparisons to other alternative sensing strategies.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 7 Dec 2017

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    McCullen, N., Russell, C., Vellei, M., Wismayer, A., Lovett, T., Gabe-Thomas, E., Natarajan, S., Brown, M., & Padget, J. (2017). SENSING AND SENSABILITY: THE CASE FOR LOW-COST ENVIRONMENTAL SENSORS.