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Conference Smart Campus PERM, RUSSIA

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Conference of Isam Shahrour concerning the Lessons learned from a large Scale demonstrator of the Smart Campus (SunRise). The conference presents the history of the project and then why the Campus of the University is interesting to build a demonstrator of the Smart City. The lessons learned from this project are presented.

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Conference Smart Campus PERM, RUSSIA

  1. 1. Smart Campus: Lessons learned from large Scale Demonstrator Professor Isam Shahrour Coordinator of SunRise Smart City Project Isam.Shahrour@univ-lille1.fr Green Building and Sustainable Development 6 – 7 October, 2016 PERM, RUSSIA
  2. 2. Campus Smart Innovative solution • Digital technology • Social innovation - Specific challenges - Model for cities - Living Lab
  3. 3. Why the Campus ? Smart Concept ? Lessons from a Smart Campus demonstrator ? Presentation plan
  4. 4. Why the Campus ? Smart Concept ? Lessons from a Smart Campus demonstrator ? Presentation plan
  5. 5. Scientific Campus – University Lille Small town: • 25 000 users • 140 Buildings (320 000 m2 )
  6. 6. Heating Consumption Should be Recorded Consequences : Expenses, Energy preservation pollution, global warming, climate change
  7. 7. air quality, humidity, temperature, Lighting, Accessibility (indoor navigation) Security, Emergency Other important issues
  8. 8. Urban Networks (100 km)
  9. 9. 9 Drinking water network
  10. 10. 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 Non-RevenueWaterNRW(m3 ) 01/11/15 11/11/15 21/11/15 01/12/15 11/12/15 21/12/15 31/12/15 10/01/16 20/01/16 30/01/16 09/02/16 19/02/16 29/02/16 10/03/16 20/03/16 30/03/16 09/04/16 19/04/16 29/04/16 09/05/16 19/05/16 29/05/16 High Leakage Daily leakage (m3) 500 m 3
  11. 11. Storm Water - Flood
  12. 12. The situation in many cities is similar to that of the Campus
  13. 13. In addition, cities are submitted to other challenges
  14. 14. In addition, cities are submitted to other challenges
  15. 15. Aging buildings Aging infrastructures Old mangement method Poor maintenance Combination of unfavorable factors Poor performances poor life quality High Expenses Social tension Environmental deterioration
  16. 16. Heavy renovation High Cost Long Time Long term impact Innovative management Low cost Rapid deployment Short term impact Tow strategies
  17. 17. Why the Campus ? Smart Concept ? Lessons from a Smart Campus demonstrator ? Presentation plan
  18. 18. Internet Social Network Digital technology
  19. 19. Digital technology Measure Analyze Communicate act Each “Thing” • Unique identifier • Geo-localized
  20. 20. Smart Sensors
  21. 21. Real-time Digital technology See Analyze Understand Improve
  22. 22. Digital Technology Collective intelligence
  23. 23. Health, Education Art, Culture More data
  24. 24. Smart technology Real-time monitoring Rapid action in case of an abnormal event (security, leakage, contamination,....) Optimal management Stakeholders implication New services
  25. 25. Why the Campus ? Smart Concept ? Lessons from a Smart Campus demonstrator ? Presentation plan
  26. 26. High Scale Experimentation Implementation in the City ? Smart City Concept
  27. 27. Demonstration Site: Scientific Campus 100 km of Urban Network • 25 000 users • 140 Buildings (320 000 m2 )
  28. 28. SunRise Community : • Faculty members • Technical staff, • PhD and Master degree students
  29. 29. Originality One Owner Multidisciplinary academic activity Private and public partnership Multi urban networks (Energy, water,…) Interaction buildings-urban networks Interaction with end-users
  30. 30. SunRise PlatformInformation System Asset Data (GIS) Analytics Wb servor communication • Users • Management staff • Technical staff • Academic Staff • Public Communication : • Réseaux filaires • Réseaux sans fils Monitoring • Buildings • Water Network • Energy network • Others Sensors data Users - Alert - Information Users data Open data • Weather • Traffic • Emergency Open data
  31. 31. Main achievements 1. GIS for all urban infrastructures 3. Data analysis a 4. Recommendations • Drinking Water • Sewage • District Heating • Electrical 2. Smart Monitoring:
  32. 32. 32 Drinking water network • 15 km • Highly meshed • Various usage • 50-years old
  33. 33. TWUL Demo site London Smart Caceres Caceres VIP Leeuwarden Sunrise Demo site Lille ü Project Budget: 12M€ ü EU funding: FP7 INNO DEMO ü Project duration: 4 year ü Project Management: Vitens N.V. ü 12 innovative SMEs ü 3 water utilities ü 3 research institutes ü 1 company ü 2 platform organizations European Demonstrator SmartWater4Europe
  34. 34. Smart Monitoring Pressure Flow Quality
  35. 35. Data Transmission
  36. 36. Example of recorded data 0 0,5 1 1,5 2 2,5 3 3,5 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 4/20/2015 12:00:00 AM 4/21/2015 12:00:00 AM 4/22/2015 12:00:00 AM 4/23/2015 12:00:00 AM 4/24/2015 12:00:00 AM 4/25/2015 12:00:00 AM 4/26/2015 12:00:00 AM 4/27/2015 12:00:00 AM Pressure (bars) Consumption(m3 ) Pressure Flow
  37. 37. 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 Non-RevenueWaterNRW(m3 ) 01/11/15 11/11/15 21/11/15 01/12/15 11/12/15 21/12/15 31/12/15 10/01/16 20/01/16 30/01/16 09/02/16 19/02/16 29/02/16 10/03/16 20/03/16 30/03/16 09/04/16 19/04/16 29/04/16 09/05/16 19/05/16 29/05/16 Leak detection Water Balance (m3) 500 m 3
  38. 38. Water Quality Control
  39. 39. District heating system Heating Center • Temperature • Flow • Pressure • Consumption Sub-station
  40. 40. Recorded data - Building « M1 » Heat Consumption External Temperature
  41. 41. Potential Economy with optimized regulation based on building usage Smart Regulation? Real Consumption
  42. 42. High potential of energy savings University strategy : Large investment for the - Transformation of the district heating into a smart one - Construction of co-generation station Funded by : • Energy savings • Public – private partnership
  43. 43. Summary • Monitoring • Real-time and historical data • Data analysis Living-Lab • Research & Education • AttractivenessAcademic • Private partnership • Commercial offer & Expertise • Model for other cities Transfer • Water & Energy • Modernization of the infrastructures Savings
  44. 44. supported by : Local authorities French Government Europe Private sector Social housing operators International partners

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