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The Flemish Living Lab Platform was launched in October 2010 to promote and support living lab research in Flanders. Currently the platform is supporting several Smart City, Smart Grid and/or Smart ...

The Flemish Living Lab Platform was launched in October 2010 to promote and support living lab research in Flanders. Currently the platform is supporting several Smart City, Smart Grid and/or Smart Media projects. By introducing to you some practical examples the priorities and the added value of the Flemish Living Lab platform will be explained. As ultimate goal : define some new projects to co-create our own future.

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    3.1 mark de colvenaer 3.1 mark de colvenaer Presentation Transcript

    • Smart Home Link
      • Energy monitoring and control per appliance
      • Smart Home: management of local electricity production, storage and consumption
      • Zero Energy Building management
      • Smart Grid: next generation electricity network for optimized and balanced production and consumption
      • Domotic house system with easy switching of devices
      • Dimming of light bulbs or fluorescent tubes
      • Consumption history and statistics consultation
      • Custom scheduling of each appliance
      • Demand response : intelligent scheduling to avoid peak electricity demand
      • Optimized use of an electric vehicle in the Smart Grid
    • SmartHomeLink node
      SmartHomeLink
      Network
      Objective
      Develop and commercialize
      intelligent nodes with power line communication
      to control energy demand and response in buildings
    • Challenges
      • From B2B to B2B2C
      • Usage : Why ? When ? How ?
      • Technical Robustness ?
       Get user feedback !
    • Test infrastructure
    • A user interface
    • Test Users
    • Support
      • Infrastructure
      • Test user community
      • Partner network
      • Supporting Services
      A successful smart home link basedon living lab user feedback
    • Thankyou!
    • Mark De Colvenaer
      Platform & Infrastructure Manager Flemish Living Lab Platform
      t. +32 15 33 23 29 m. +32 476 46 08 59 e. mark.de.colvenaer@staff.telenet.bew. www.flemishlivinglabplatform.be