|Institution||Claude Bernard University of Lyon 1|
|Location||Nautibus (Université Lyon1)|
|romain.cailliere at liris.cnrs.fr|
|Subject||Smart management of the energy based on sensors' networks in the context of group housing|
|Abstract||To enable the reduction of energy consumption in community facilities (communal housing, offices, shopping centers, etc..), the operating conditions of these structures and the specific users behaviour must be integrated upstream, i.e., at the same stage of the design and construction of these infrastructures. Several options should be considered to enable the transformation of behaviors of users. It will be implemented, in collaboration with the manufacturer Bouygues-construction, expert in energy management in the home, original solutions based on different strategies levels.
(1) Firstly, to propose new incentive contracts of energy consumption "win-win". Energy contract is defined in the context of this work, as an agreement between an energy user and energy supplier. This agreement encourages the user to adopt economic behavior but presents no severe restrictive constraints. Instead, these contracts must be able to evolve gradually and transparently to the user
to allow his awareness of the real costs of this energy and to encourage them to a regulated usage. . (2) In addition, behavior change must be supported by an appropriate sensing device of energy use data in each infrastructure. These developments are made possible by new technological structures that are networks of sensors which can be integrated at various levels of the structure and is superimposed on the conventional network as intelligent control and adaptive network. (3) Establishing policies pooled energy management in collective structures through the initiation of resource sharing policies based on data and knowledge obtained from the analysis of user behavior. Indeed, various local transfer policies may be envisaged to anticipate the use of energy. For example, the energy produced by a user within a structure can be given to the consumer to another through direct or indirect energy transfer between users. The objective of this project is to propose and test an intelligent support system design and deployment of this infrastructure.
Last update : 2016-03-15 11:38:01