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An IoT System for Smart Building

  • Khoumeri El-Hadi
  • Cheggou Rabea
  • Farhah Kamila
  • Rezzouk Hanane
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 887)

Abstract

With the notion of Smart City, we have entered a hyper-connected world that puts the city, the challenges of massive urbanization and digital at the center of reflection. At the same time, several continents (Europe, Africa, North America, Asia) are experiencing a multi-faceted terrorist threat (attacks, cyberattacks) that uses infrastructures, city gathering places or the Internet as a platform for expression. he Internet of tomorrow is the Internet of Things, the one where objects come alive, are attentive, interact with each other, but also and especially with us, our family, our friends, our colleagues, our daily counterparts … the one where they serve individuals, societies and the planet, to better accompany us. It is a network where billions of connected objects feel, understand and act, to anticipate our needs, but above all, to respond to our choices. The smart city is a promise whose security is an essential link, especially since it integrates the citizen. We offer a platform dedicated to security in a building that uses IoT. It is a multi-use application that allows to assemble a maximum of security and rapid decisions.

Keywords

Safety Security Smart building Sensors Face recognition 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Khoumeri El-Hadi
    • 1
  • Cheggou Rabea
    • 1
  • Farhah Kamila
    • 1
  • Rezzouk Hanane
    • 1
  1. 1.LTI LaboratoryEcole Nationale Supérieure de TechnologieAlgiersAlgeria

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