Sylvie Jumpertz, research and innovation projects manager at the Orange Technocentre, presents the sociological research work carried out with her team to establish six typical homes and dwellings adapted to the home of the future, the "maisonas".
In order to best meet the needs of its occupants, the smart home of the future will have to adapt to them and therefore know them well, in their diversity as in their behaviour. It’s this work that Sylvie Jumpertz, research and innovation projects manager at the Orange Technocentre, and her team have been carrying out for several months. To do so, they have performed sociological studies on the evolution of living trends, systemic analyses out of which have been established six archetypes of homes, dwellings, and occupants, “maisonas” (like there are “personas”, “maison” meaning “house” in French), all with different lives and needs (couples with or without children, single people, housemates, etc.). The results: intuitive and personalised services, and the offer of an adapted personal assistant. A study that was presented at the latest Salon de la recherche Orange, from 5 to 7 December 2017.
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