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I heat2012 pilgrimbeart-alertme

  1. 1. alertme creating smart homes February 2012 iHEAT www.cir-strategy.com/events/heat November 2012Twi$er:  @PilgrimBeart      @AlertMeSays  
  2. 2. Today   •  15  mins   •  Situa<on  today  –  and  what’s  wrong  with  it   •  Temperature  ≠  comfort   •  Roadmap   •  Informa<on  -­‐>  Control  -­‐>  Automa<on  Twi$er:  @PilgrimBeart      @AlertMeSays  
  3. 3. Our  homes  today   •  30%  of  all  UK  energy  used  in  homes   •  80%  of  that  used  for  hea<ng  and  hot  water     So  ¼  of  all  UK  energy  goes  on  Home  Hea2ng  +  Hot  water  Twi$er:  @PilgrimBeart      @AlertMeSays  
  4. 4. Home  energy  cost   Elec  bill   Ligh<ng   £528   Appliances   Space   Hea<ng   Hot   Cooker   Water   Gas  bill   (inc.  shower)   £508  Twi$er:  @PilgrimBeart      @AlertMeSays   Source:  AlertMe  ADELE  tool,  based  on  UK  govt  stats  
  5. 5. UK  home  average  temperature   DEGREE   DAYS   …  but  we  haven’t  increased  our  thermostats  from  12°C  to  18°C!   +75%          We’re  hea<ng  more  rooms,  for  longer.  Twi$er:  @PilgrimBeart      @AlertMeSays   Source:  BRE  domes<c  energy  fact  file  2008  
  6. 6. Consump<on  s<ll  rising  Twi$er:  @PilgrimBeart      @AlertMeSays   Source:  DECC  
  7. 7. Today:  UK  Hea<ng   •  Interac<on:   •  If  cold,  increase  thermostat/<mings  un<l  not  cold   •  No  visibility  into  cost  consequences   •  So  nothing  driving  you  to  turn  it  down  again  Twi$er:  @PilgrimBeart      @AlertMeSays  
  8. 8. No  thermostat   •  10m  homes  have  neither  modern  controls   nor  thermosta<c  radiator  valves1   •  Many  homes  have  no  thermostat,  nor  TRV’s   •  When  arrive,  switch  on   •  When  leave,  switch  off   •  Not  comfortable   •  Probably  quite  efficient   •  Although  some<mes  over-­‐heats     •  Risk:    As  these  homes  get  updated,  or  more   affluent,  they  join  the  “centrally-­‐overheated”  Twi$er:  @PilgrimBeart      @AlertMeSays   1  Source:  BERR  Heat  and  Energy  consulta<on  2008  
  9. 9. “Old  fashioned”  thermostat   •  Can  be  used  as  a  switch   •  Many  people  don’t  understand   thermostats   •  Leads  to  “thermostat  ba$les”,   and  poor  comfort   •  If  cold,  turn  up  thermostat   •  No  visibility  into  cost   consequences   •  Nothing  driving  you  to  turn  it   down  again  Twi$er:  @PilgrimBeart      @AlertMeSays  
  10. 10. “Modern”  thermostat   •  “Come  home  to  a  warm  home”   •  Programming:   •  Programming?  Like  1980’s  VCR!   •  47%  can’t  program  their  controls1    Twi$er:  @PilgrimBeart      @AlertMeSays   1  Source:    YouGov  research  of  2,085  people  in  GB  conducted  on  behalf  of  PassivSystems,  April  2010  
  11. 11. Remote  Hea<ng  Control   •  Much  easier  to  set  up   •  The  Web  is  a  big,  colourful   User  Interface   •  You’re  in  control  any<me,   anywhere   •  From  your  sofa   •  From  the  your  hotel  room   •  In  the  airport  returning  home   •  It’s  a  Cloud  Thermostat  Twi$er:  @PilgrimBeart      @AlertMeSays  
  12. 12. Some  (obvious)  observa<ons   1.  Occupancy  ma$ers   •  Your  want  your  home  comfortable  when  you’re  there   •  Doesn’t  need  to  be  comfortable  when  you’re  not  there   2.  Temperature  ≠  Comfort   "A  humans  percep<on  of  whether  they  feel  warm   •  Physiology   depends  on  what  they  are  doing,  and  what  theyve   been  doing  for  the  past  hour  or  so"  David  MacKay,   •  Psychology   Sustainable  Energy  -­‐  Without  The  Hot  Air.   •  A  feeling  of  being  in  control   3.  Temperature  ≠  £££   •  People  want  visibility  into  cost  consequences  Twi$er:  @PilgrimBeart      @AlertMeSays  
  13. 13. Industry-­‐centric   Smart   Meters   Value   Added   Brand   Services   Industry   Different   Reten<on   -­‐ia<on   Up-­‐sell   Billing  Twi$er:  @PilgrimBeart      @AlertMeSays  
  14. 14. People-­‐centric   Savings   Efficiency   Comfort   Control   Me   Conven   -­‐ience   Peace  of   Simplicity   Mind  Twi$er:  @PilgrimBeart      @AlertMeSays  
  15. 15. Intelligent  Hea<ng   More   Less   More  Heat Hot  Water HeatUser  instruc<ons   Step  1:  Ignore  it   Step  2:  Press  one  of  3  bu$ons  (excep<onally)  Twi$er:  @PilgrimBeart      @AlertMeSays   Image:  Wa$Box  
  16. 16. Intelligent  Hea<ng   improves   •  Occupancy   all  three •  Physiology   •  Psychology   Modern  programmable   20°C SAVINGS And  it  should  be  able   thermostat   to  tell  you  how  much   (fixed  9me  &  temp  paGern) it  is  saving  (£££)   Intelligent  Hea9ng  learns  and   15°C reacts  to  occupancy  and   occupants’  physiological  and   E   psychological  needs G   N   L   V   N   E   10°C I   U   E   I   T   G   N   N   G     H   H   C   I   U   T T H N   P G 5°C Time  of  DayTwi$er:  @PilgrimBeart      @AlertMeSays  
  17. 17. Achieving  sta<s<cal  confidence   for  policy-­‐making   “Stats  101”   •  (Mean,  StdDev)  =  (16000,  7000)   •  Confidence  Interval  95%   •  Perfect  sampling   Effect  size  we   Minimum  sample  size   claim   required   (to  calculate  mean  with  a  95%  confidence   to  be  measuring   interval)   ±50%   3   ±10%   74   ±5%   294   ±3%   817  Source:  BERR  “Distribu<on  analysis  of  domes<c  electricity  and  gas  consump<on    in  Great  Britain  “   ±1%   7353  Twi$er:  @PilgrimBeart      @AlertMeSays  
  18. 18. Connec<ng  the  home   for  a  smarter  life   Consumers already have a cloud link to everything that matters to them… except their home Energy | Home Services | TechnologyTwi$er:  @PilgrimBeart      @AlertMeSays  
  19. 19. Cloud  link  to  your  home   •  A  seamless  journey  through  visibility,  insight,  control  and  intelligent   automa<on,  on  a  single  user  interface,  for  comfort,  convenience  and  efficiency   •  Affordable,  easy  to  use  and  self-­‐install     •  Personalised  insights  that  are  relevant  and  intelligent  automa<on  that  ‘learns’   APPLIANCE & NEW SAFETY & IHD DATA HEATING DEVICE CONTROL ENERGY SECURITY AlertMe Connected Home Management PlatformTwi$er:  @PilgrimBeart      @AlertMeSays  
  20. 20. Many  proposi<ons   One,  extendable  plaxorm   Smart Energy – ‘save’ message Awareness & insight into home energy use Home Monitoring & controls – Smart thermostat – ‘peace of mind’ AlertMe   ‘comfort & convenience’ Remote monitoring & control for convenience & peace of mind Automated & intelligent heating, cooling and hot water solutionTwi$er:  @PilgrimBeart      @AlertMeSays  
  21. 21. alertmecreating smart homes C  O  N  F  I  D  E  N  T  I  A  L  

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