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Roadmap Smart Home TTC
Roadmap Smart Home TTC
Roadmap Smart Home TTC
Roadmap Smart Home TTC
Roadmap Smart Home TTC
Roadmap Smart Home TTC
Roadmap Smart Home TTC
Roadmap Smart Home TTC
Roadmap Smart Home TTC
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Roadmap Smart Home TTC

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  • 1. Roadmap Smart Home Instrument for Generating Cross-border Innovation Projects in TTC ICT Workgroup
  • 2. Strategy for Roadmapping in TTC (1)  TTC project: Region Partners Domains ICT Group • DSP Valley • Life Sciences • Regina • Advanced Materials • Infopole • ICT • KULeuven • Energy • UHasseltWorkshops sur le "Smart Home" / "Smart Building“ , mars 2012 2
  • 3. Smart Home (1)  A smart home is a home in which devices and objects are equipped with advanced ICT hardware/software systems  to allow easy & future-proof operation and control  both locally and remotely  both individually and networked with each other  so that the inhabitants (young or old, fully or less able) can  monitor and save energy  increase their comfort level  enjoy better safety and security  “devices and objects” are  heating/cooling systems  household appliances  lighting elements  consumer electronics (for leisure, health, assisted living,…)  security systems (access control,…)  safety systems (fire, natural disasters,...)  central visualisation & control systems (PC, tablet, TV,..)  …Workshops sur le "Smart Home" / "Smart Building“ , mars 2012 3
  • 4. Focus Roadmap Security Smart Meter in the Home Energy Local Energy Managemen Managemen tWorkshops sur le "Smart Home" / "Smart Building“ , mars 2012 t & Control in the Home Smart Health Appliances & of the Consumer People Smart Home Functionalities Products in the Home Smart Home Application Scenarios Local Energy Entertainme Generation nt Smart Home (3) & Storage in the Home ICT Enabled Embedded Electric4 Vehicle
  • 5. Thermal solar panel Photovoltaic solar panel Thermal solar panels continue to Photovoltaic panels which produce become more widely available electricity from the sun continue to providing heat for water and other become more efficient and are Home gateway device uses, offsetting a home’s electricity complemented by new energy storage Home automation systems allow use. technologies consumers to control their smart appliances and change their energy use in response to price and other signals. Web portal Energy use information is readily available to consumers online. Electric vehicle Electric vehicles offer services such as energy storage and power quality support to smart homes and theConsumer products and services Smart meters broader power grid.More robust consumer offerings are With smart meters trackingavailable – such as different time-of-use hourly energy use, most Electricity storageprice plans and demand response consumers pay time-of-use Used car batteries are recycled andprograms, many with customized rates. used to store electricity producedfeatures. during off-peak hours for use during peak hours. Smart appliances Smart technologies are embedded in Heat pumps home appliances and interact with home Geothermal systems transfer gateway devices. For example, heat to or from the ground and appliances could be programmed by the the home for air conditioning home owner to cycle down as part of a and heating, significantly demand response program. reducing energy costs and the impact on the environment. Workshops sur le "Smart Home" / "Smart Building“ , mars 2012 5
  • 6. Examples of Functionalities Coupled control of heating and window shades Temperature regulation based on daily agenda and presence of family members Automatic integration of new electrical devices into integrated home control system Automatic detection of failures + warning of inhabitants when not at home Energy saving by intelligent lighting systemsWorkshops sur le "Smart Home" / "Smart Building“ , mars 2012 6
  • 7. Technology Trends (1): Enabling Functions Smart Home Functionalities Management & Generation & Appliances & Smart Meter Local Energy Local Energy Consumer Products Storage Control Sensing Smart Acting Harvesting Reasoning Secure & Private Communicating InteractingWorkshops sur le "Smart Home" / "Smart Building“ , mars 2012 7
  • 8. Technology Trends (2): Enabling Technologies Sensing Acting Harvesting Reasoning Secure & Private Communicating Interacting RFIDWorkshops sur le "Smart Home" / "Smart Building“ , mars 2012 8
  • 9. Technology Trends (3): Challenges System integration Privacy and security Third party access Electric vehicle integration Storage integration Standards and interoperability Modularity, self-adaptation and self-organization Simple user interface Remote accessWorkshops sur le "Smart Home" / "Smart Building“ , mars 2012 9
  • 10. Barriers to Smart Home AdoptionHardware inflexibility Poor Management nightmare extensibility Adding tasks Access control o r Adding devicesWorkshops sur le "Smart Home" / "Smart Building“ , mars 2012 10
  • 11. Websites and contact detailswww.ttc-innovation.eu Top Technology Cluster: Geert Adriaens Geert.Adriaens@DSPValley.com +32 475 535381www.infopole.be INFOPOLE Cluster TIC Sandrine QUOIBION, Sandrine.Quoibion@infopole.be +32 494 29 09 14 Ir. Expert en Télécommunications et Technologies de lInformation linkedin.com/in/zaccone Agence Wallonne des Télécommunications twitter.com/carmelo OIP du gouverne ment Wallon (Belgique) Tél. : +32 81 77.80.76 Avenue prince de Liège 133 Mob : +32 475 58.67.82 B-5100 Jambes www.awt.be VoIP : sip:carmelo@awt.be Fax. : +32 81 77.80.99 cz@awt.beWorkshops sur le "Smart Home" / "Smart Building“ , mars 2012 11

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