SIST-TP CWA 50487:2007

Oznaka standarda: SIST-TP CWA 50487:2007
Koda projekta: 16150
Organizacija: SIST
Naslov (angleški): SmartHouse Code of Practice
Naslov (slovenski): Pametne hiše – Pravila ravnanja
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SIST-TP CWA 50487:2007 angleški jezik Active SIST-S: 173.03 EUR
Tehnični odbor: KIN - Komunikacijske inštalacije v zgradbah - odbor pridružen SIST/TC ELI
ICS: 35.240.67 97.120
Status: Objavljen
Objavljen: 01-Jan-2007
Refer. št. objave: Sporocila 2007-01-01
Referenčna oznaka: CWA 50487:2005
Področje projekta (angleško): The SmartHouse Code of Practice is a document that provides a .system designer. working to implement a SmartHouse (to be used as dwelling and as a home office) with a source of information on sensible and pragmatic guidelines for the design, installation and maintenance of SmartHouse systems and the services and applications provided. It is recognised also that providers and installers must work within diverse regulatory environments and must be free to make choices appropriate to their business objectives (which in relation to this document focus on meeting the needs of domestic and small-office users, not large-scale commercial premises). Therefore, we consider standards as enablers and leave prescriptive aspects to local regulation. SmartHouse includes the digital home, intelligent home, connected home, networked home. SmartHouse includes any .smart. activity, service or application in the SmartHouse including any form of .office. or working environment in the SmartHouse (but the smart office in commercial premises is excluded). SmartHouse covers any residential premises where people live (e.g. house or apartment) but excludes commercial and institutional premises (such as hotels or prisons and other commercial dwellings where the day to day management of the accommodation is not controlled by the resident.). SmartHouse includes consideration of the interface with the consumer (customer, subscriber, end user) and the consumer.s needs. The aim is to provide a useful reference document to ensure that the user may exploit the benefits of a consistent system architecture by utilising European and International Standards and other generally accepted specifications in the design of the Smart House system. This document delivers a route to investment synergies, flexibility of services and useful and usable applications that satisfy the individual consumer.s needs and requirements. There are many stakeholders in the SmartHouse, each with their own viewpoint and interests. Rather than try to provide a document that covers all the viewpoints, it was decided to write this Code of Practice as a guide for the System Designer of systems, applications and services in and into the SmartHouse. The interests of all the stakeholders overlap in the System Design of the SmartHouse. CWA 50487:2005;10;The design and implementation of systems, services, applications and products requires detailed information about:;consumer needs and expectations;;user interfaces;;security;;the performance of both the wide area and local networks;;the kinds of applications and services to be used;;the equipment using it;the principles of systems architecture;and how the system and its components are installed, operated, maintained and used. This Code of Practice provides a resource for the practitioner of the SmartHouse and covers information and issues that surround the choices to be made as well as providing a route map for the designer of systems in the SmartHouse. In short, the c onsumer must want or need the service or application, must be able to use it and have it delivered within a SmartHouse system that is installed so that it works effectively and seamlessly with the other systems and components in the SmartHouse. Any service, application or device in the SmartHouse should also be simple to use, easy and intuitive to operate and allow additional applications and services to be added retrospectively. This Code of Practice is therefore subdivided into sections addressing the environment in which the system designer is working and the requirements of the actors in that environment in order to place into context the decisions and constraints the System Designer must make. The CENELEC SmartHouse Code of Practice covers the full range of stakeholders involved in the SmartHouse. Thus as Figure 1.1 below shows, the CoP ranges from the Service provider to the Consumer and takes in all the activities in between that allow services and applications to be delivered.

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