Anna Fenselfensel@ftw.atBEYOND ENERGY EFFICIENT SMARTBUILDINGS
How does the next    generation of energyefficient buildings look like?
SESAME and SESAME-S Projects2 FFG COIN Projects (sesame-  s.ftw.at)  SESAME – Semantic Smart Metering,  Enablers for Energ...
Installations in Real Life Smart    Buildings  Motivation: work with real buildings, real data  and real usersTechnology: ...
Data-Driven Management in theIntelligent Building         Millions of real life data triples collected         in the sema...
Energy Market Data                                Grid Service                                Information  Weather        ...
Services Addressing Users @ School  Energy awareness,  monitoring  Remote control - manual and  programmed - e.g. schedule...
Empowering pupils to save energyUser Requirements  What are the stakeholders‘ needs?                    Personas   - Works...
Empowering Pupils to Save EnergyDesign and Prototyping     Design sketches                               Design comparison...
Empowering Pupils to Save EnergyAcceptance and Effects                                                         Using the ...
Communicating energy efficiency –application example (see www.alphaverda.com) Users subscribe for the MobileApp with some...
Vision: Homes2District – Talking BuildingsKnowledge-based, distributed, service-oriented system solutionto intelligently m...
Smart Home Energy Datamarketplaces Idea: A platform for publishing and querying energy data and establishing energy manage...
Conclusions Real world as a research lab Energy efficiency in buildings achieved   - Via intelligent automation   - Via ef...
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On November 27, 2012, FTW hosted the event "Research Highlights Energy". In addition to statements of Andrea Edelmann, EVN, and Catrin Haider, BMVIT, FTW researchers presented research results out of a total of 6 research projects in the Energy field. Gallery: http://www.ftw.at/news/ftw-event-research-highlights-energy

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BEYOND ENERGY EFFICIENT SMART BUILDINGS

  1. 1. Anna Fenselfensel@ftw.atBEYOND ENERGY EFFICIENT SMARTBUILDINGS
  2. 2. How does the next generation of energyefficient buildings look like?
  3. 3. SESAME and SESAME-S Projects2 FFG COIN Projects (sesame- s.ftw.at) SESAME – Semantic Smart Metering, Enablers for Energy Efficiency (9’09-11’10) - Prototype, proof of concepts, feasibility study SESAME-S – Services for Energy Efficiency (4’11-9’12) - setting up usable smart home hardware, a portal and repository - organizing a test installation in real buildings: in a school (Kirchdorf, Austria) and a factory (Chernogolovka, Russia) - developing specialized UIs and designing mobile apps for the school use case Consortium partner network of 6 organizations
  4. 4. Installations in Real Life Smart Buildings Motivation: work with real buildings, real data and real usersTechnology: Several Smart Meters Sensors (e.g. light, temperature, humidity) Smart plugs, for individual sockets Multi-utility management (i.e. electricity, heating) Shutdown services for PCs User interfaces and apps: Web, tablet, smartphone (Android)
  5. 5. Data-Driven Management in theIntelligent Building Millions of real life data triples collected in the semantic repository
  6. 6. Energy Market Data Grid Service Information Weather Appliances Info Forecast Open Linked Data Renewables Info Statistical Weather Data Public Data CloudData Acquisition Energy Efficiency Services Private User StorageEnergyCompanies Portal Consumer Energy Monitoring and Agencies MApp Control System
  7. 7. Services Addressing Users @ School Energy awareness, monitoring Remote control - manual and programmed - e.g. scheduled activities and triggering rules How do we get the users? By having workshops with pupils: introduction to energy efficiency, building analysis, explaining the system and services
  8. 8. Empowering pupils to save energyUser Requirements What are the stakeholders‘ needs? Personas - Workshops at school with teachers, pupils, janitors, management How about energy awareness? - 47% of the pupils did not know who is responsible for the energy management in their school. - 69% would use an app to save energy on a regular basis Questionnaire How to design energy awareness systems? - Energy feedback and active shutdown of computers (power management) Participatory Design -1-
  9. 9. Empowering Pupils to Save EnergyDesign and Prototyping Design sketches Design comparisons Final mobile and tablet designs
  10. 10. Empowering Pupils to Save EnergyAcceptance and Effects  Using the power management app helped to save energy  No strong effect of devices used (tablet vs. smartphone)  Novel ways of energy saving are possible, but significant testing and development is necessaryNB: Rule based automation solution at the factory reporteda similar level of energy savings
  11. 11. Communicating energy efficiency –application example (see www.alphaverda.com) Users subscribe for the MobileApp with some of their information  Address of their house / GEO position  Type of the household  Energy provider  Energy tariff  Energy consumption  Devices they have Benefits  Hall of fame – a green point in the Green City Map  Energy data in a GIS map in the Portal  Environmental data (CO2, weather )  Consumption and energy profiles  Residential data  Public buildings (schools, hospitals, government… )  Getting insights based on aggregated data  Which percentage of users from my geographic area use more energy than I use?  Also a good service for city municipalities, governments  Receiving recommendations about tariffs / appliances  Sharing energy efficiency practices (e.g. as policies)
  12. 12. Vision: Homes2District – Talking BuildingsKnowledge-based, distributed, service-oriented system solutionto intelligently manage electric and thermal energy consumption and increasethe usage and demand-oriented production of green energy on district level. Image credit: http://dryicons.com
  13. 13. Smart Home Energy Datamarketplaces Idea: A platform for publishing and querying energy data and establishing energy management services exchange between energy market stakeholders active in the smart building segment. - Evaluation in terms of benefits for the marketplace ecosystem participants and enabling and simplifying creation of (new) data-intensive apps e.g. OpenFridge – monitoring app for consumption Technology: semantic modeling, data analysis, scalable and economically viable datamarketplace infrastructures, new business models Benefit: Energy companies, grid operators have means to assess the Smart Grid on a more granular level, and provide more M2M data services. Hardware manufacturers have the benefit in making their smart homes more intelligent. Third party developers benefit from the possibility to design Internet of Things apps, based on the open data. End users benefit from the new apps. 13
  14. 14. Conclusions Real world as a research lab Energy efficiency in buildings achieved - Via intelligent automation - Via effective human involvement In the future, buildings, objects, agents will be interconnected via data (and will be even more intelligent) 14

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