Aware Home

Welcome to the Aware Home

Generally, people spend a good amount of time in their home performing everyday activities like: sleeping, eating, cooking, relaxing, entertaining, and so on; thus, it comes as no surprise that the home plays a key role in our health, lifestyle, and well-being. The Aware Home Research Initiative (AHRI) at the Georgia Institute of Technology is an interdisciplinary research endeavor aimed at addressing the fundamental technical, design, and social challenges for people in a home setting. Central to this research is the Aware Home, a 3-story, 5040 square foot facility designed to facilitate research, while providing an authentic home environment.


All technology within the Aware Home is available for use by GT students

Research Areas

Researchers can test and implement technologies into the Aware Home directly.

Industry Partners

The Aware Home is open to all companies looking to research their products and to collect data for smart home technologies

Highlighted Projects

Smart Bathroom

Smart Bath

Smart Bath

This project explores the use of technologies in the bathroom to assist older adults with independent living in the home.

Gait Speed

Gait Speed

Gait Speed

The purpose of this project is to develop a reliable, simple, and cost-effective solution to measuring gait speed in clinical and home settings.

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