Advances in Energy Harvesting Technologies for Building Automation (Technical Insights)

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This research service assesses the role of energy harvesters in building automation systems. The study restricts itself to electromagnetic and thermoelectric technologies, similarly it does not delve into the communication aspect of building automation systems. It covers the background, application areas and technology capability of EH technologies. The stakeholders are prioritized and their spheres of influence are realized with the help of Mitchell's Stakeholder Evaluation. Analytical Hierarchical Process (AHP) is implemented to understand the factors that drive EH technology in building automation systems and the impact the parameters which comprise the factors have on it.

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