Challenge / Goal
In the district of Strijp-S-Eindhoven, an innovative concept has been developed to optimize energy consumption in office buildings while maintaining user comfort. The main goal is to reduce an estimated 20% of energy through the installation of sensors. Based on challenges expected on individual room control, the system was designed on floor level in this Use Case. This does not leads to most optimized scenarios but reduces energy consumption of the buildings to some extent.
The system allows interactive monitoring and control of (heated) ventilation through an application for separate floors in a building independently. The system works on predictive control algorithm to automatically adjust the floor to its user when needed. The system monitors temperature, CO2 level and occupancy.
App was used by Volerwessel employees so that constant feedbacks were received from end user. Feedbacks from other potential users were also taken into account.
monitor temperature, CO2 level and occupancy
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Planing Time: < 0.5 years
Implementation Time: < 0.5 years
Heating service providers
Tenants and occupants of a building, building owners
Improving Energy Usage Efficiency,
Shaving peak Energy Demand,
Reducing energy bills,
Promoting sustainable behavior,
Reducing Operation Costs,