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Actility and Solvera Lynx webinar: LoRaWAN for smart cities

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Actility is hosting a joint webinar with our partner Solvera Lynx to provide an overview of smart city solutions including energy management, smart parking, smart lighting and waste management. Real-life projects will then be used to demonstrate the possibilities and achievements to date.

IN THIS WEBINAR YOU WILL LEARN:
about smart city key applications for LoRaWAN
about key trends
how LoRaWAN enables energy monitoring, efficiency and flexibility
how to create cost savings for your facilities
about environmental and carbon emissions monitoring
what the best technologies and systems are for your facilities
how LoRaWAN can improve your projects
about relevant use cases

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Actility and Solvera Lynx webinar: LoRaWAN for smart cities

  1. 1. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential How LoRaWAN is enabling cities to become smarter Making intelligent connections to power the Internet of Things
  2. 2. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential DSO R&D team : seasoned engineers with strong expertise in large scale IT infrastructures, OSS/BSS software platforms & energy management systems Team : 150 employees (Feb 2018) Olivier Hersent Founder – Chairman & CEO Previously: CTO Comverse. Founder Netcentrex Management team : senior executives with previous key positions in global technology companies - Orange, Comverse, SFR… Funding : 100 M€+ 2010 €10M 2015 €25M 2017 €70M Worldwide presence Actility is well-funded and has a global footprint France UK China Australia Belgium KoreaNetherlands USA Singapore
  3. 3. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential A complete IoT solution stack that grows with your needs Connectivity Services for scaling Mass value generation LoRaWAN/LTE-M/NB-IoT network management EPC Connector for 3GPP networks LoRaWAN network management for dedicated/private enterprise IoT networks Integrated roaming hub for multi- network/international LoRaWAN connectivity ThingParkExchange Secure large-scale device provisioning enablement tool ThingPark Activation Firmware-over-the-air update for LoRaWAN devices ThingPark FOTA IoT device/app marketplace to accelerate ecosystem adoption ThingPark Market End-to-end LoRaWAN packaged IoT solutions ThingPark Orchestration Data microservices ThingPark X Multi-technology location engine ThingPark Location ThingPark Developer Portal
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  5. 5. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential A world of opportunities for Industrial IoT 5
  6. 6. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential Smart Cities is one of the leading verticals in IoT 6Source: IoT Analytics 2018
  7. 7. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential Cities are already smart to some extent but… 7 Street lights Smart parking Waste management Energy Environment Use case: Dedicated radio infrastructure Isolated network control Isolated data Different applications /dashboards
  8. 8. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential Vertical proprietary silos limit the intelligence of cities 8 • Vertical-isolated data means the full potential of data is not harnassed • Vertical-dedicated infrastructure is expensive to deploy and manage • Different data layers are expensive, complex and time consuming to integrate • Proprietary connectivity technologies mean that cities are depending on fewer suppliers and a limited ecosystem • Some existing technologies are short-range and/or mesh based making deployment complex
  9. 9. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential 9
  10. 10. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential LoRaWAN key features 10
  11. 11. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential LPWA is the essential foundation of Industrial IoT 11 Battery lifetime Range 1m 100m 10km+1km High data rate Medium power Medium distance Low data rate Very low power Very short range Low data rate Low power Mesh structure Medium data rate Low power Short range Paired Low data rate Very low power Very long range Low cost Unlicensed spectrum NB-IOT LTE-cat M Medium data rate Medium power Long range Licensed spectrum Low data rate Low power Long range Licensed spectrum WiFi Cellular LPWAShort range
  12. 12. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential LoRaWAN is the new communication standard for Industrial IoT 12 Long range communication 15km+ Network infrastructure controller & service enabler Internet Data exposure through API
  13. 13. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential 13 Cisco IXM LoRaWAN Gateway IR 829 router
  14. 14. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential LoRaWAN is the de-facto standard for LPWA IIoT & is supported by a vibrant ecosystem 14 80 million LoRa chips sold by Semtech Hundredsof LoRaWAN device manufacturers & application providers Big players invested in LoRaWAN solutions:
  15. 15. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential Now cities are really smart 15 Street lights Smart parking Waste management Energy EnvironmentUse case: ONE radio infrastructure Centralized network control Centralized data ONE application /dashboards
  16. 16. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential Why is LoRaWAN the perfect fit for Smart Cities 16 One IoT connectivity technology to rule them all CAPEX and OPEX are lowered Better data management for enhanced operations • No more silo & proprietary connectivites • One RF coverage • Less gateways • Easier configuration (no Mesh) • Less gateways needed • Large ecosystem • For (almost) all use cases • Data can be centralized more easily • Combined data from different verticals can enhance operations • Helps learning algorithms
  17. 17. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential ThingPark China deployment in Shanghai 17 • Over 200,000 sensors connected and powering a wide range of Smart City applications • Smoke detectors giving early warning of fires in office and residential blocks • Acidity and oxygen sensors monitoring pollution and quality of water in rivers • Parking space occupancy detectors • Manhole cover opening detectors to detect and prevent unauthorised access Benefit: Improved safety, security and city environment for residents
  18. 18. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential Veolia will deploy over 3 million smart water sensors in France on Orange network 18 • Over 3 million LoRaWAN water sensors will be connected in the next 3 years in France to Orange LoRaWAN network • Additional water sensors are scheduled for deployment in order to transition from pure metering to environmental services • Unify all water sensors in a multiservice connectivity network to support digital transformation of water utilities Benefit: Reduced water loss, optimized operations, increased customer satisfaction
  19. 19. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential Orange connects Vinci rest stops with ThingPark 19 • Parking lots fitted with sensors to help drivers find free spaces • Real-time customer feedback to optimize operations • Waste bin level sensors ensure efficient emptying Benefit: more efficient operations and greater customer satisfaction
  20. 20. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential Consumer tracking with Orange 20 • Small trackers using LoRaWAN to geolocate people, animals and goods, allowing long autonomy and reliability, unlike the regular cellular GPS-based devices • To address consumer needs in France, Orange launched in October 2018 a mass-market consumer tracking offer, with Orange-labeled Abeeway Micro Tracker and Orange mobile application “C’est ici”. Benefit: safety and security for children, the elderly or pets, and reassurance for Orange customers
  21. 21. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential COMCAST is helping cities with LoRaWAN services 21 • FAIRWAYiQ: asset tracking in sports infrastructure • H2O Degree: sub-metering for dwelling and commercial facilities • Seco Sys: water-metering for mining operations and utilities • SteamIQ: monitoring of stream traps, radiators, heaters • Vinduino: smart agriculture, vineyards, wine-making Benefit: more efficient and sustainable operations across industrial, agricultural and leisure applications
  22. 22. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential Introducing:
  23. 23. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential Appendix: Back up material
  24. 24. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential The LoRa Alliance The fastest growing global technology alliance 500+ Members Actility is a founding member of the LoRa Alliance™ 24
  25. 25. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential NNNCo – Actility deal in Australia 25 • NNNCo signs 2d largest government area in Australia – Newcastle for smart city applications • Gold Coast City wants to connect 150,000 water meters, 3000+ street light, 5000+ parking bays • Ensuring distribution grid security using smart demand response with Ergon Energy Benefit: more efficient and sustainable city services and robust electricity distribution grid
  26. 26. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential Proximus tracks Swissport cargo at Zaventum 26 • Trolley vehicles carrying cargo containers were fitted with LoRaWAN GPS modules for real-time tracking and monitoring • Optimise loading/unloading but also cleaning of the vehicles • 100 sensors today Benefit: battery life increased versus usual GPS
  27. 27. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential Maria Iglova Ljubljana, 15.2.2019 ENERGY MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS FOR SMART CITY FACILITIES An efficient response to high energy costs
  28. 28. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential Recreational & business center (offices, shopping mall, water park)
  29. 29. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential • BTC City is the largest Shopping mall & Recreation center in Slovenia (22 mio.Visitor per year, 60.000 cars per day) • BTC’s energy needs are comparable to those of urban centers. • A large number of facilities, wide area, high consumption of electricity, water, and heating CHALLENGES RECREATIONAL, SHOPPING & BUSINESS CENTER
  30. 30. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential PROJECT‘S GOALS Support and implementation of ISO 50001 standard. Remote real-time control of energy consumption. Control of consumption of individual energy products and monitor consumption by individual end-users. Introduction of an energy accounting system. Introduction of alarm system, shorter response time in case of deviations. Better coordination of energy management, easier monitoring of the effectiveness of implemented measures. Consequently the decrease in energy consumption.
  31. 31. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential KEY CONSUMPTION DATA Electricity, natural gas, heat 300,000 m³ RESOURSES ELECTRICITY NATURAL GAS 56 (113,000 m²) Metering points: 160 12 mio kWh / year 150,000 m³ FACILITY HEAT WATER lighting (43%), cooling (20%), ventilation (26%) 60 mio kWh / year ENERGY CONSUMERS TOTAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION: CO2 EMISSIONS 26,800 t 40 mio kWh / year
  32. 32. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential SOLUTION - FOCUS ON ENERGY SAVING INSTEAD OF CABLING
  33. 33. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential TOOLS: HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE ADVANCED ENERGY MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE PLATFORM INNOVATIVE DATA COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT HARDWARE: 30 DEVICES: 14 x GsmBox.WG, 3 x ComBox.M, 8 x ComBox.L and 5 x GsmBox.X4 SOFTWARE: GEMALOGIC®
  34. 34. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential EQUIPMENT PLACEMENT • ComBox.M, GsmBox (marked as ), ComBox.L ( ) and 2 x Base stations (marked as )
  35. 35. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential RESULTS ELECTRICITY CONSUMPTION REDUCTION: UP TO 5 % WATER LEAKAGES REDUCTION UP TO 90% REDUCTION OF ENERGY LOSSES CAUSED BY WATER LEAKAGES: UP TO 6 %  DATA COLLECTION SIMPLIFIED AND AUTOMISED DIGITALIZATION OF ENERGY DATA - REAL-TIME ENERGY MONITORING,ADVANCEDANALYSIS, BENCHMARKING AND FORECASTING ALARMING SYSTEM IMPLEMENTATION - THE DETECTION OF DEVIATIONSANDCAUSES INTHE ENERGY CONSUMPTION ANDTHE POSSIBILITY OF QUICK ACTION (E.G,WATER LEAKAGE) ENERGY EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENTS - GREATER EFFICIENCY AND BETTER ENERGY MANAGEMENT, EASIER MONITORINGOFTHE EFFECTIVENESS OF IMPLEMENTED MEASURES
  36. 36. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential BEFORE AND AFTER
  37. 37. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential WATER LEAKAGE Solution: they found out that there is water leakage of 130 m3 per day. the yearly savings were calculated to € 23.725.
  38. 38. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential EQUIPMENT MALFUNCTION Case: four air compressors with installed power 457kw were not synchronized in running and switching on/off . Solution: optimisation of all four compressors was done. after that activity the consumption of electrical energy was reduced to 10%.The yearly savings were calculated to € 10.400.
  39. 39. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential SOLAR POWER PLANT DELAY IN FUNCTIONING Solar power plant delay in functioning was detected and made it possible for BTC company to get € 12.000 of compensation.
  40. 40. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential NIGHT WATER CONSUMPTION case: using the GemaLogic (hourly values) they find water consumption during the night unusual high (about 2 m3 / h), because they are not operating during this time and the consumption shall be near 0 m3 / h. solution: based on GemaLogic deeper analysis and with on-site inspection they reduced over the night consumption of the water and yearly savings were calculated to 8.760€.
  41. 41. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential Shopping & logistic center
  42. 42. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential • Performing an energy audit in accordance with the ISO 50002 standard • Introduction of an energy accounting system • Establishing KPIs for energy use • Identify possible savings and define a set of energy consumption saving measures CHALLENGES
  43. 43. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential SOLUTION ARCHITECTURE
  44. 44. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential RESULTS: ELECTRICAL ENERGY SAVINGS  Energy consumption for cooling y = 10.105x - 68.444 R² = 0.6486 y = 5.3485x - 40.009 R² = 0.7948 -50.0 0.0 50.0 100.0 150.0 200.0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 Električnaenergija[kWh] Temperatura [°C] 2016 2017 -8000 -6000 -4000 -2000 0 Čas 05.06.2017 10.06.2017 15.06.2017 20.06.2017 25.06.2017 30.06.2017 05.07.2017 10.07.2017 15.07.2017 20.07.2017 25.07.2017 30.07.2017 04.08.2017 09.08.2017 14.08.2017 19.08.2017 24.08.2017 29.08.2017 03.09.2017 08.09.2017 13.09.2017 18.09.2017 23.09.2017 28.09.2017 Električnaenergija[kWh] -2500 -2000 -1500 -1000 -500 0 Čas 04.06.2017 08.06.2017 12.06.2017 16.06.2017 20.06.2017 24.06.2017 28.06.2017 02.07.2017 06.07.2017 10.07.2017 14.07.2017 18.07.2017 22.07.2017 26.07.2017 30.07.2017 03.08.2017 07.08.2017 11.08.2017 15.08.2017 19.08.2017 23.08.2017 27.08.2017 31.08.2017 04.09.2017 08.09.2017 12.09.2017 16.09.2017 20.09.2017 24.09.2017 28.09.2017 Povčanjestroškaelektrične energije[EUR]  Savings 6.000 kWh  Savings 2.100 EUR
  45. 45. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential ENERGY CONSUMPTION FOR COOLING  Energy consumption for cooling SM Lesce - measurement of the cooling unit y = 2.1596x - 0.0851 R² = 0.5991 y = 2.7626x + 0.0609 R² = 0.5021 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 Electricalenergy[kWh] Temp. [°C] 2017 2016 • M &T diagram (linear regression) • In spite of the higher temperature it is more efficient
  46. 46. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential ELECTRICAL ENERGY SAVINGS • Savings 1.400 kWh -1600 -1400 -1200 -1000 -800 -600 -400 -200 0 01.06.2017 05.06.2017 09.06.2017 13.06.2017 17.06.2017 21.06.2017 25.06.2017 29.06.2017 03.07.2017 07.07.2017 11.07.2017 15.07.2017 19.07.2017 23.07.2017 27.07.2017 31.07.2017 04.08.2017 08.08.2017 12.08.2017 16.08.2017 20.08.2017 24.08.2017 29.08.2017 02.09.2017 06.09.2017 10.09.2017 14.09.2017 18.09.2017 22.09.2017 26.09.2017 30.09.2017 Electricalemnergy[kWh] 2017 CUSUM [kWh] -60 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 01.06.2017 05.06.2017 09.06.2017 13.06.2017 17.06.2017 21.06.2017 25.06.2017 29.06.2017 03.07.2017 07.07.2017 11.07.2017 15.07.2017 19.07.2017 23.07.2017 27.07.2017 31.07.2017 04.08.2017 08.08.2017 12.08.2017 16.08.2017 20.08.2017 24.08.2017 29.08.2017 02.09.2017 06.09.2017 10.09.2017 14.09.2017 18.09.2017 22.09.2017 26.09.2017 30.09.2017 Prihranek[EUR] 2017 CUSUM [EUR]
  47. 47. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential Hospital
  48. 48. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential • High energy consumption • High thermal and water losses; • Lack of unified and efficient energy management system. CHALLENGES
  49. 49. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential KEY CONSUMPTION DATA electricity, heat, water, natural gas lighting, cooling technologies, ventilation, space heating, water heating, steam production RESOURSES ELECTRICITY PRIMARY ENERGY CONSUMERS Number of hospitals: 9 Facilities: 27 (330.400 m²) 28.000 MWh/year FACILITY HEAT 27.000 MWh/year 91.000 MWh/year NATURAL GAS TOTAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION: MEASURING POINTS 1000 + 36.000 MWh/year
  50. 50. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential SOLUTION ARCHITECTURE
  51. 51. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential • Tailor-made monitoring and customization of the software platform for targeted analysis of energy consumption, especially in cooling and heating technologies • Energy efficiency analysis • Energy performance and targeting • Energy accounting SOLUTIONS
  52. 52. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential Digitalization of energy data Advanced energy management and analytics Alarming system implementation Energy efficiency improvements Introduction of a comprehensive energy management system and measures as a basis for achieving the energy consumption reduction target Support in ISO 50.001 implementation RESULTS
  53. 53. Copyright ©Actility - Confidential Questions? www.actility.com

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