The Internet’s Role in a Green Future

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Dominique Genoud and Yann Bocchi present solutions currently being explored by the Swiss and European research projects IoT6, Hobnet and UDG. All of these initiatives aim to exploit the potential of the new Internet Protocol, IPv6, which will allow and manage the multitudes of unique IP addresses needed as more and more “things” come online.

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The Internet’s Role in a Green Future

  1. 1. San Francisco – 9.8.2012Dominique Genoud- Yann Bocchi - HESSO//Valais Switzerland University of Applied Sciences
  2. 2. HES-SO in brief More than 15,500 students, the largest UAS in Switzerland 27 schools in 7 cantons About 10,000 employees (the equivalent of more than 3,000 full-time positions) Education in 6 fields 41 Bachelor’s degree programmes 16 Master’s degree programmes 170 recognized continuing education courses
  3. 3. Institute of Business Information Systems Institute of Business Information Systemshttp://iig.hevs.ch
  4. 4. Switzerland : Home building / Building date0.600.500.400.300.200.100.00 avant 1960 1961 - 1995 1996 - 2000 EM 21 : Vers lindépendance des flux dénergie 10 (from Michel Bonvin Hesso)
  5. 5. Building Automation Systems : 3 tiers
  6. 6. Now : Building automation layers & protocolesManagement TierAutomation Modbus Tier Field SBT P1 JCI N2 Tier silos
  7. 7. Smart Buildings : multiple protocoles 1. 3. 2. 4.5.
  8. 8. UDG Architecture(2007) MPC UDG Server IPv6 (OSGI) MPC Middleware IPv6 Events Actions Kernel GUI Archimède Solutions Mandat International Smart Home Hes-so
  9. 9. • Now we can run numerous scenarios & services – inside & outside of the building – locally or remotely• => Internet of Buildings
  10. 10. UDG + IoT6 integration IoT6 GUI admin UDG Server (OSGI) GUI room IoT6 IoT6 Middleware IoT6 Kernel GUI mobile SOA
  11. 11. Information system input:smartly connected buildings SOA UDG Server (OSGI) IPv6 Middleware IPv6 Kernel
  12. 12. Smart grids and the IoT: micro-grid approach Data analysis IoT6 SOA UDG Server (OSGI) Middleware Kernel Smart-buildingsInformation system interconnection IoT6 Local energy consumption SOA UDG Server (OSGI) Local energy production Middleware Kernel Local storage
  13. 13. The necessity ofLoad balancingof themicrogrids
  14. 14. Using data to tune the microgrid Modeling Prédiction DB solar parameters Elec Consumption parameters (high speed) All Energy parameters (low speed) Storage parameters
  15. 15. Consumption prediction using dataLow frequency parameters (load curves)High frequency parameters(device mesures)Energy predictions (meteo, long term climate stats Load curves Next ¼ hour instructions Next ¼ rate

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