Research on Experiment Method of Intelligent Environment and Human Perception—Construction of Visualization Platform
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The intelligent perception system for the building environment is the crucial experimental platform and assessment system in the field of building environment studies. It is essential to establish a comprehensive real-time monitoring and evaluating platform that integrates building perception, and human perception, etc. for the study of the healthy residential environment. This paper further studies the methods for the establishment of a visualization platform of intelligent environmental perception that covers building perception and human perception. This platform collects the data based on the sensor module of terminal integration, takes the Internet of Things as the means of information exchange and communication, disposes and analyzes the data through software. This platform, characterized by real-time monitoring, wireless transmission, information processing, collaborative evaluation and information feedback, etc. has provided experimental methods and evaluation tools for the researches on the natural information induction of indoor building environment and the human demands for the indoor environment.
KeywordsBuilding perceptions Human perception Real-time monitoring Internet of things Visualization platform
This work was supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (No. 51578103); and the Key Projects in the National “Thirteenth Five-Year” Science and Technology Support Program of China (No. 2018YFD1100701).
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