Smart Home & Smart Notifications (2019)

By Henk Heijnen, Philippe Gilberton & Jean-Ronan Vigouroux, Technicolor France

In this paper we will explain the outcomes of our research project on the detection of anomalies in the home.

The goal of our experimentation is to be able to detect such anomalies as unexpected sounds (dog barking, gun shot, baby cry …) and reports from simple sensors measuring temperature or humidity for example.

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