ACEMIND: The smart integrated home network

Bouchet, Olivier
Javaudin, Jean-Philippe
Kortebi, Abdesselem
El Abdellaouy, Hanane
Lebouc, Maryline
Fontaine, Fabrice
Cochet, Franck
Jaffre, Pierre
Brzozowski, Marcin
Mengi, Anil
Katsianis, Dimitris
Celeda, Pavel
Mayer, Cedric
Guan, Hongyu
Aytekin, Burcak Gundogdu
Kurt, Fatih
Digital home business is a large potential market for which ACEMIND European collaborative project intends to provide a set of consistent solutions to enhance the local network management in home and small enterprises. These networks are typically constituted by some tens of devices connected to each other via a set of wired and wireless technologies. The deployment of such networks has been intensive in Europe in the last decade and will continue in the future. However common end-users still suffer from complicated installation, operation or maintenance.


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O. Bouchet et al., “ACEMIND: The smart integrated home network,” 2014, p. 1, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: