Developing Intelligent Home by FPGA

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Supervisor:
Dr. Max Gyula
Department of Automation and Applied Informatics

As their development have been getting more and more successful, the application of FPGAs in different tasks of computer and software engineering is spreading. In home automation they seem to be really effective because of their huge parallel computing capacity, as well as of their low energy consumption and customisability: FPGAs are capable of cooperating nearly with every electrical device. That is the reason why it is considerable to use them as the central unit of an intelligent home.

The aim of my thesis is to design and realise the fundaments of a sustainable, easy to use and cost-saving automated home for senior citizens and for the disabled.

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