User - Smart Building Interactions: An Analysis of Privacy and Productivity Human Factors




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Brenes Cambronero, Edwin
Chavarría Herrera, Jorge
Murillo Porras, Diego
Sanahuja Vindas, María Lucía
Wang Qiu, Sheng Qi
Lara Petitdemange, Adrián
López Herrera, Gustavo
Quesada Quirós, Luis
Brenes Carranza, José Antonio

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Smart buildings are increasingly becoming more common and changing the way we interact with our home, workplace, and cities. Consequently, it is important to study how human factors play a role in smart building-based environments. This research focuses on the privacy and productivity of human factors, and presents the results of two complementary evaluations: a survey in which people’s privacy concerns were analyzed and an assessment that quantifies if smart building functionalities impacts people’s productivity.


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Smart buildings, RIGHT TO PRIVACY, PRODUCTIVITY, HUMANS, Ubiquitous environment, Smart environment