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5. Aspects of the Internal Environment Buildings in the Context of IoT

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Abstract

In recent years, the trend has been to move the population from the countryside to the cities. As a result, we spend more and more time indoors. Outside in the fresh air, in our natural environment, we are less and less. This way of life is not only beginning to affect our health, but especially the negative effects of this emerging trend, such as lower performance, stress, etc., are beginning to show. Perception of indoor air quality is a subjective assessment, which can consist of various factors such as the quality of the outdoor air, the volume of air per person in the room, or even the amount of air pollutants. The source of pollutants in the interior can be residents, animals, plants, but also the material from which the building is built. Therefore, health and comfort are vital aspects of the design of buildings designed for people and are the basis of productivity. While the concept of smart and sustainable buildings has received considerable attention in recent decades, more and more attention is now being paid to the design of healthy buildings. The consequence of an unsuitable indoor environment in buildings is the so-called sick building syndrome. One of the solutions for monitoring the indoor environment of buildings is a combination of various sensors detecting various factors of indoor air with melts in combination with the Internet of Things (IoT). To a limited extent, this chapter addresses the internal environment of buildings with factors influencing the internal comfort of using buildings in the context of IoT. The main contribution of this chapter is the summarization of knowledge and the spread of awareness within the addressed issue of the internal environment of buildings in the context of IoT.

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Metadaten
Titel
Aspects of the Internal Environment Buildings in the Context of IoT
verfasst von
Jozef Švajlenka
Copyright-Jahr
2022
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-96486-3_5

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