Lighting Control

Interoperable Lighting Control System using Standard Control Networks

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Inter­op­er­abil­i­ty is one of the key prop­er­ties toward the wide adop­tion of con­trol net­works tech­nol­o­gy in the mar­ket. Devel­oped a net­work stack to trans­form pro­pri­etary pro­to­col-based devices into an inter­na­tion­al stan­dard (KNX) com­pat­i­ble devices.
  1. Seok Che­ol Park, Woo Suk Lee, Ki Mye­ung Kim, and Seung Ho Hong, “Zig­Bee Sen­sor & Actu­a­tor Con­fig­u­ra­tion for Light­ing Con­trol Sys­tems,” Korea Auto­mat­ic con­trol Con­fer­ence (KACC 2009), pp. 866–869, Busan, Korea, Sep 2010 (Kore­an).
  2. D. K. Park, W. S. Lee, S. H. Hong, and Luca Domeni­co Lui­gi Maz­zon, “Devel­op­ment of a KNX/EIBbased Light­ing Con­trol Sys­tem,” KMITL ICEAST’07, pp.33–36, Bangkok, Thai­land, Nov 2007.
  3. D. K. Park, W. S. Lee, S. H. Hong, and T. Y. Hwang, “Devel­op­ment of a KNX/EIB-based con­troller,” IEEK/KIEE ICS’07, pp. 420–422, Jeon­ju, Korea, Apr 2007 (Kore­an).