Datum: 18. Dezember 2018
KIT, Fakultät für Wirtschaftswissenschaften
Erscheinungsort / Ort: Karlsruhe
Referent(en): Hartmut Schmeck, Andreas Oberweis
This thesis proposes a generic user interface for building operating systems, which, on the one hand, is able to communicate with building operating systems in diverse smart homes and, on the other hand, can provide residents with holistic and transparent information about the energy consumption and generation in their building as well as offer multiple types of control over their appliances. Current building operating systems are basically equipped with one or more proprietary user interface(s) for their application scenarios based on their specific Application Programming Interfaces (APIs). An architecture for a generic user interface, which enables it to be compatible with these heterogeneous systems, has been proposed in this thesis. The key part of the architecture, which makes the user interface generic and extendible, is composed of a number of abstract data models. These data models define the logical structure of the functional units needed by the generic user interface, as well as the relationship to each other. To ensure that the user interface can be flexibly adapted to diverse types of buildings, the data models have been designed to be independent of any building operating system. In
DOI Link: 10.5445/IR/1000091841
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