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  • There are two factors in Electricity billThat can be controlled : Avoid wastage of electricity by turning off the monitor or the system when not in use.That cannot be controlled : The power that is utilized for actual work.Can we save this unused energy and ultimately go GREEN? And IF yes then HOW?
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    1. 1. Artin Dynamic Controls (P) LTD. Redefining Intelligence..
    2. 2. Artin Dynamics AD Around 70% of turnover spent on R&D Works in the field of annually. clean technology. Holds multiple patents Proven track record of Specialized and hand picked team both nationally and the team by multiple motivated by interest and Internationally. government funded innovation rather than requirement. products.
    3. 3. What have we achieved so far.. 1 The Pioneers to work in the AI Domain. 2 Voted Best Emerging Enterprise in India in the Clean Technology Category at the prestigious Sankalp Awards,2010. 3 ISV(Independent Software Vendor) for Intel's Next Generation Processor. 4 Selected amongst top 5 companies to represent India in HIT Barcelona 2009. 5 AD was nominated amongst top 20 companies to watch out for in 2009 by India Today. 6 One of 7 Technological Partners to Great Britain from India selected by UK-TI and E&Y. 7 Selected among top 30 companies in Zayed Future Energy Awards. 8 Only company in India to have 3 Separate projects Funded under the TePP (DST, Govt of India).
    4. 4. What we do.. Combine the High Tech domain of Artificial Intelligence with other Verticals to innovate and develop products and services which can be used for a Simpler, Better Tomorrow. •Look around for Problems Conceptualize •Think ‘differently’ •How can we do it? Research •Be the ‘Mad Scientists’ •Market study and better it. Develop •‘Re-use’ if required
    5. 5. An introduction to Phantom/Standby Power
    6. 6. What is Phantom/Standby Power ? Power drawn by a device when not in use or standby while plugged in. Causes: • 5 – 10% of residential electricity in most countries • 1% of global CO2 emissions Almost every electronic devices consumes Phantom power. e.g. TV, Home Entertainment System, Computers, Mobile Chargers.
    7. 7. Minimum and Maximum Values of Standby Power for Different Devices Compact System DVD Player Battery Charger Vacuum Cleaner Security System Microwave Oven Computer Printer, Ink/Bubble Jet Cable Box, Digital Satellite System Cordless Phone Television Range 0 5 10 15 20 25 Standby Power(Watts) Standby Power of each product is tiny--just a few watts--but most houses and offices have more than 15 products with standby
    8. 8. Standby Power: Up to 25% of Electricity Use in Some Houses Location % of Domestic Electricity Power (W) Silicon Valley 5 – 25 % 40 – 200 California 9% 67 USA 5–7% 60 Australia 11 % 80 Japan 10 % 50 Europe 3–8% 40 Urban China 7% 35 Korea 11 % 57 Source: http://standby.lbl.gov/
    9. 9. Measured Standby in 10 California Houses Household Standby Power Home 7 26 % Home 4 6% Home 5 10 % % of Annual Electricity Use Home 8 9% Home 6 8% Home 1 9% Home 10 5% Home 2 7% Home 9 5% Home 3 10 % 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 Standby Power (W) Source: http://standby.lbl.gov/
    10. 10. Is there a solution….???
    11. 11. Spara  1 Mobile Charger  2 Data Devices [Printers, Fax Machines etc..]  3 Home Entertainment System  4 UPS  5 Computers  6 Stabilizers  7 Case Studies
    12. 12. Mobile Charger
    13. 13. CURRENT SCENARIO Consumers are aware of the issue of connected devices continuing to eat power even when batteries are fully charged. But few realize that this also applies to a small but measurable extent even when the device is removed while the charger is still left plugged into the mains. 1.Chargers are always kept 3.Wastage of connected to the Power power socket. 2.Damages Battery and Phone Life.
    14. 14. PROPOSED SYSTEM The smart charger determines Spara smart charger has an whether the connected phone inbuilt energy management is fully charged or whether it is system that is customized for still charging by using smart cellular phones. sensing technique. Proposed SYSTEM If the phone is fully charged If the phone is unplugged from it shuts down the power the charger, it automatically supplied to it, thereby cuts off the power thus eliminating all possible eliminating phantom power power losses. wastage.
    15. 15. ADVANTAGES A No need to turn Energy Fully automated OFF the charger conservation. operation. manually. Go Green, Can save up to 97% without disturbing Increase in life of of phantom power the current mobile battery losses routine of mobile users.
    16. 16. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS FEATURES •Individual current/wattage monitoring and sms acknowledgment. •Scheduling via sms. Power Specifications •Remote turn on/off facility. Power requirement 110-120V AC,60 Hz / 220-240V AC, 50Hz •Generates reports based on power usage pattern. Power consumption charging 3-5 watts •Auto cut off when device goes inPower consumption after full standby Zero Watt charge •Individual manual Device Specifications switches are alsoMax load Capacity provided 5 watts •New modules can be added to the strip •Auto cut off after shut down(Spara) No. of power outlet Multi connector Std connector USB A-type ,USB mini Nokia, Samsung, Motorola, Environmental Specifications Device support Videocon Weight 0.06 Kg Environment Recommended Allowed Temperature 15 °C to 40 °C ± 10 °C Humidity 20% to 60% RH 0% to 90% RH HOME
    17. 17. Data Devices
    18. 18. CURRENT SCENARIO Printers, Fax Machines Studies have and Other Data shown that Devices are some of cumulative use of the major energy Data Devices a Printer is 2 hours drainers in offices and remain ON for a in a normal office. homes. majority of the time while they are used only for a small part of the day. Printer Status Units of Power Consumed Run-time 1000-2000 watts/Hour Stand by 20-40 watts/Hour Assuming that the printer is in stand by mode for the remaining , say, 20 hours. Going by simple calculations : 20hrs x 20 watts = 400 watt hours/day
    19. 19. PROPOSED SYSTEM • We use the JIT Theory [Just-in-Time] for Data Devices by ensuring they are ON only when required. • A LAN card has been integrated into the SPARA module , which detects for any print commands issued and turns ON the printer. • In the case of USB printer, a USB interface card is used which detects for a print command to turn ON the printer. • The printer can be scheduled so that it remains ON during peak hours and can switch to Spara mode at other times. • Spara printer module is designed to be used both USB and NETWORK printers. Prints the Data and Print Command is Printer Turns ON waits for 1 min to Turns OFF thus Saving Given [~ 30 Sec] check if further prints Power. are there.
    20. 20. ADVANTAGES A Data Devices are not kept ON unnecessarily Just in Time Usage during Weekends and thus saving huge After Hours thus amount of power. increasing their life span.
    21. 21. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Power Specifications Power requirement 110-120V AC,60 Hz / 220-240V AC, 50Hz Run Time 0.7W (Max), standby 0.2W (Max) Power consumption Shutdown Zero Watt Phantom Power Zero Watt Max load Capacity 5 KVA Software System requirements Component Windows Platform Physical dimensions Windows 2000 & Server 2003 Operating system Dimension Measurement Windows XP, Vista, 7 (32 and 64-bit) Height 5.3 cm Processor Pentium II and above Width 17 cm RAM Minimum 512 MB RAM Depth 12 cm Min Space required 50 MB disk space Weight 0.5 Kg CD drive 8 x 8x Connectivity Connectivity Hi-Speed 2.0 USB port/ Ethernet Environmental specifications Environment Recommended Allowed Temperature 15 °C to 40 °C ± 10 °C Humidity 20% to 60% RH 0% to 90% RH HOME
    22. 22. Home Entertainment Systems
    23. 23. CURRENT SCENARIO •In majority of cases all Home Entertainment Devices are Connected to a common power strip •Turning on the television = Turning on all other connected devices like the set-up box , DVD Player , Speakers etc. •Shown below is an overview of the current power consumption by each of these devices while in stand-by and run time mode. Device Power Consumed Power Consumed Power loss due to Avg Power loss due to Stand By (per Hr) Run-Time (per Hr) stand by mode stand by mode (in %) (in %) Television 5-50 watts 40– 200 watt 12%-25% 18% Set-up Box 15-20 watts 15-20 watts 100%-100% 100% DVD Player 5-10 watts 30-40 watts 16%-25% 20% Multi media 10-40 watts 50 -200 watts 20%-20% 20%
    24. 24. Power Comparison Chart Between Runtime and Standby Power for various home entertainment systems. Multi media DVD Player Power Consumed in Run-time Set-up Box Power Consumed during Stand By (per Hr) Television 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140
    25. 25. PROPOSED SYSTEM If the Stand by mode is To turn on the desired greater than 1 minute , the appliance simply press the unused appliances are turned required button on the off automatically (power universal remote for 5 saving mode). seconds. Proposed SYSTEM The sensor integrated in the SPARA Entertainment Module enables the remote to function.
    26. 26. ADVANTAGES A Power consumed A huge amount of Independent by Spara power saved due Effortless and Control over each Entertainment to the mentioned User friendly. appliance. Module is only solution. 0.2 watts.
    27. 27. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS FEATURES •Individual current/wattage monitoring and sms acknowledgment. Power Specifications •Scheduling via sms. Power requirement 110-120V AC,60 Hz / 220-240V AC, 50Hz Running 0.7W (Max), standby 0.2W (Max) •Remote turn on/off facility. Power consumption Shutdown Zero Watt Phantom Power Zero Watt •Generates reports based on power usage pattern. Max load Capacity 1.25 KVA •Auto cut off when device goes in standby Device Specifications •Individual manual switches are also provided •New modules can be added to the strip No. of power outlet 2 Load per outlet 600VA maxim •Auto cut Homeafter shut down(Spara) off theater 7:1, Dolby system, stereo amplifier, Device support Environmental Specifications Bluetooth audio and video player, Weight 0.5 Kg Environment Recommended Allowed Temperature 15 °C to 40 °C ± 10 °C Humidity 20% to 60% RH 0% to 90% RH HOME
    28. 28. Un-interrupted Power Supply [UPS]
    29. 29. CURRENT SCENARIO UPS inevitable for domestic and corporate users to save data in case of sudden power outage. UPS continues to UPS does not draw power even provide Power after system scheduler feature. shutdown. UPS does not resume automatically when power is restored.
    30. 30. PROPOSED SYSTEM Individual Devices like Auto Turn ON system Auto cut off printers and audio once power flow Power after shut amplifier are turned resumes. down(Spara). ON only when required Individual current/ Proposed wattage monitoring SYSTEM Scheduling via sms and sms acknowledgment Generates reports Individual manual Remote turn ON/OFF based on power usage switches are also facility. pattern provided
    31. 31. ADVANTAGES A Only those devices Saves Power which Increased UPS life which are used was used earlier to along with the would be turned ON keep charging the attached peripherals. thus increasing over UPS. all savings.
    32. 32. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS FEATURES Power Specifications •Individual current/wattage monitoring and sms acknowledgment. 220-240V AC, 50Hz Power requirement 110-120V AC,60 Hz / Phantom Power Zero Watt •Scheduling via sms. Max load Capacity 600 VA •Remote turn on/off facility. •Generates reports based on power usage pattern. Software System requirements •Auto cut off when device goes in standby Physical dimensions Component Windows Platform •Individual manual switches are also provided Windows 2000 & Server 2003 Operating system Windows XP, Vista, 7 (32 and 64-bit) No. of power outlet 4 •New modules can be added to the strip Load per outlet 600VA maxim Processor Pentium II and above •Auto cut CPU,1after shut down(Spara) Minimum Device support 1 off Monitor,1 printer, 1 RAM 512 MB RAM audio amplifier Free disk space 350 MB disk space Printer power port 1 CD drive 8 x 8x Audio power port 1 Connectivity Connectivity Hi-Speed 2.0 USB port Environmental specifications Environment Recommended Allowed Temperature 15 °C to 40 °C ± 10 °C HOME Humidity 20% to 60% RH 0% to 90% RH
    33. 33. Computers
    34. 34. BASIC QUESTION If yes, HOW ?
    35. 35. Runtime Losses and Standby Power The Biggest Culprit Runtime Losses: Takes place due to negligence of employees. Standby Power Losses: Occurs when devices are left ON For example when employees go for at the end of the day. lunch, they usually do not turn off their computers which results in power loss of up to 100 Watts/Hr/computer. Similarly a majority of employees do not switch OFF their system once the computer is shut down resulting in Standby Losses up to 10 Watts/Hr/Computer. Calculations shows that about 30% of electricity is wasted per year per computer due to Runtime and Standby Power Losses.
    36. 36. FEATURES.. Group AI Modes of Policy Operation Opration Profiles the person and Three varying modes of Grouping similar machines creates customized settings Operation suited for every for more effective and accordingly. kind of environment. simpler energy conservation. Standby Extensive Power Platform Reporting Elimination OS Independent Power Spara ensures that the Management : Works on Weekly and Monthly Reports Computer consumes 0 both Windows and Linux for better understanding of W/Hr/Computer when it is Spara for MAC is under the savings. Shut Down. development
    37. 37. ADVANTAGES A Uses advanced AI methodologies for conservation of energy Patented Hardware ensures losses due to Runtime Zero Phantom Power Losses [Employee Power/Standby Power Negligence] by creating Consumption during the customized power profiles OFF period. for each person. Zero Increased Flexibility. Modification Easy to Use. Required.
    38. 38. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Power Specifications Power requirement 110-120V AC,60 Hz / 220-240V AC, 50Hz Running 0.7W (Max), standby 0.2W (Max) Power consumption Shutdown Zero Watt Phantom Power Zero Watt Max load Capacity 1.25 KVA Software System requirements Component Windows Platform Physical dimensions Windows 2000 & Server 2003 Dimension Measurement Operating system Windows XP, Vista, 7 (32 and 64-bit) Height 5.3 cm Processor Pentium II and above Width 17 cm Depth 12 cm RAM Minimum 512 MB RAM Weight 0.5 Kg Free disk space 350 MB disk space CD drive 8 x 8x Connectivity Connectivity Hi-Speed 2.0 USB port Environmental specifications Environment Recommended Allowed Temperature 15 °C to 40 °C ± 10 °C Humidity 20% to 60% RH 0% to 90% RH HOME
    39. 39. Stabilizers
    40. 40. CURRENT SCENARIO Normally at no load, stabilizer consumes more These power losses than 10 watts occur in transformer power called windings and circuits. standby or no load power. TV or DTH is connected to such a stabilizer it will add on standby and phantom power of TV and DTH to stabilizer standby power.
    41. 41. PROPOSED SYSTEM Time Delayed Relay USB Power Supply Upper Voltage Cutoff Proposed Lower Voltage Cutoff Short Circuit Protection SYSTEM Overload Protection Remote Turn On Power Profiling
    42. 42. ADVANTAGES A Upper and lower Eliminates Eliminates Surge protection voltage No Load Power Standby Power protection Remote control for Short circuit and easy and USB charging over load protection independent control
    43. 43. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Device Specifications No. of power outlet 2 Load per outlet 600VA maxim Device support LCD TV,TFT TV,CRT TV ,DTH TV power port 1 DTH power port 1 5V,200ma for portable device USB port charging purpose Sensor Remote control Power Specifications Power requirement 110-120V AC,60 Hz / 220-240V AC, 50Hz Running 0.7W (Max), standby 0.2W (Max) Power consumption Shutdown Zero Watt Phantom Power Zero Watt Max load Capacity 1.25 KVA Environmental specifications Environment Recommended Allowed Temperature 15 °C to 40 °C ± 10 °C Humidity 20% to 60% RH 0% to 90% RH HOME
    44. 44. Case Studies and Results
    45. 45. Case Study-1 Client : The client is recognized as India’s largest private sector power utility, with a reputation for trustworthiness, built up over nearly nine decades,.. Area of Engagement Solution Result 1 The client who is in the 2 • Feasibility study and pilot was 3 • As per data we were able power/energy space done. to obtain 36% reduction wanted to explore the in the power consumption •A product solution was offered possibility of saving power due to computers and which was a combination of a through innovative AI and associated peripherals. software and hardware solution. Hardware solution from their computers and •The principle behind the Software associated peripherals. Solution is the fact that any continues usage of a device would result in a pattern which is a function of probability. AI algorithms can be used to recognize these patterns and predict future trends which in turn would greatly improve the efficiency of the device. •Hardware solution helps in cutting down phantom power loss’s.
    46. 46. Case Study-2 Client : The client is leading player in the electronics consumer market with various products to meet the market need. Area of Engagement Solution Result 1 The client who is electronic 2 • Study was done on the product line 3 • The suggested USP’s consumer product wanted and technologies of the client and were used for a market to look at options to re their competitors. study by the clients innovate their entire marketing team which •Multiple Ideas were presented to product line by yielded positive results. them post a brain storming session incorporating AI techniques with the technical team of the client. and adaptive user • R&D phase of the project interfaces.. •A product solution was offered to is in progress. enhance their product USP’s which included non invasive user feedback with product adaptability. •Services were also offered to eliminate power loss’s and increase efficiency.
    47. 47. Case Study-3 Client : The client is a globally integrated healthcare company that fulfills unmet medical needs across the world. Area of Engagement Solution Result 1 The client who is in the 2 •Feasibility study and pilot was done. 3 • As per data we were able healthcare sector wanted to to obtain 34.9% reduction •There was a huge power explore the possibility of in the power consumption consumption since computers were reducing their power due to computers and left on for remote access everyday overheads due to associated peripherals. even though a remote access was not computers and associated performed everyday. peripherals. •A product solution was offered which was a combination of a software and hardware solution. •The principle behind the Software Solution is the fact that any continues usage of a device would result in a pattern which is a function of probability. AI algorithms can be used to recognize these patterns and predict future trends which in turn would greatly improve the efficiency of the device. •Hardware solution helps in cutting down phantom power loss’s.
    48. 48. WHY SPARA Save Power. Zero Modification Reduce your power required to the bills ! existing environment ! Increase lifespan of Protect your devices ! the devices ! Zero Phantom Power Consumption ! Go Green !
    49. 49. 4th Floor, Nila Building, Technopark Campus Trivandrum, Kerala, India - 695 581. contactus@artindynamics.com www.artindynamics.com

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