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Smart Building

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on 4 August 2014

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Smart Buildings Lighting control HVAC here stands for Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning. Thus, a HVAC control system applies regulation to a heating and/or air conditioning system. Usually a sensing device is used to compare the actual state (e.g., temperature) with a target state
HVAC control system Creating intelligent buildings once that .... Resources Case Study Yahia Magdy
Mostafa Aly
Khaled Gamal
Mohamed ibrahim
Mohamed Mohy
salma mesbah What's a smarter building? Smarter Buildings are well managed, integrated physical and digital infrastructures that provide optimal occupancy services in a reliable, cost effective, and sustainable manner. What makes a building smarter? Use Less Energy Have lower Costs Safer Instrumentation Interconnection Intelligence SMARTER –Smart Meters - electricity, water, gas
–Building Management Systems and Building sensors - lighting, fire, environment, CO2
–Public safety and surveillance systems
–IP-enabled devices - servers, PCs, multifunctional devices, actuators, control devices –Networked environments – fiber, wireless, public spaces, offices
–Networked sensors, sensor platforms, concentrators
–Networked meters and building management systems
–Taxonomies for integration within buildings and across buildings at an enterprise level
–Interconnected systems - costs, space-use, portfolio management, facilities management –“Enterprise-view” visibility of the building/campus/enterprise/city operations
–Smarter decisions to reduce operations costs, especially energy & water usage and emissions
–Optimization and integration of assets, resources, work, safety, environmental systems
–Real-time analytic of sensor & meter data to optimize operational performance
–Behavioral modeling of physical, natural, and people systems
–Visualization for user awareness and action
–Machine to machine optimization systems Energy consumption in building is required for the following uses: •Heating
•Cooling
•Ventilation
•Lighting
•Equipment and machinery
•Domestic hot water Benefits of smart building... •Optimal lighting level
•Reduced energy use
•Increased security
•Increased efficiency
•Operational and Energy Cost Savings The Cybertecture Egg will use solar photovoltaic panels and rooftop wind turbines to generate onsite electricity. Water conservation will be managed with a greywater recycling system that will harvest water for irrigation and landscaping. The Cybertecture Egg Lighting can be turned on, off, or dimmed with a building automation or lighting control system based on time of day, or on occupancy sensor, photo sensors and timers. One typical example is to turn the lights in a space on for a half hour since the last motion was sensed. A photocell placed outside a building can sense darkness, and the time of day, and modulate lights in outer offices and the parking lot.

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