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Optimization of Behaviours by IoT for Energy Efficiency in Smart Buildings

Abstract : The past few years, searches, studies and work have been focusing on the technical performances of buildings, particulary on the envelop and the HVAC installations. But technology alone will not achieve building energy performance targets. We need to understand the effectiveness of occupant’s behaviour to provide energy building performance, combined with technical progress. Monitoring buildings offers new perspectives to master energy building consumption but also raises some questions according to the use and the behaviors adopted by the occupants. Buildings behaviour is driven by many parameters such as climate, uses or occupancy important to consider to guaranty comfort for the occupants and their activities. In this context, the purpose of this project is to develop a methodology to consider consumer’s behaviour to manage energy efficiency in buildings by using IoT. Practically, the study aims at leading an experimentation and a behaviour occupant analysis in order to calibrate useful items to establish a steering building programm by involving the dynamism of the users. The combination of a technical and behavioural study shall apprehend a real smart building, turning it into an inescapable actor of the smart city.
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Lucas Desport, Gilles Guerassimoff, Sandrine Selosse. Optimization of Behaviours by IoT for Energy Efficiency in Smart Buildings. 16th IAEE European Conference, Aug 2019, Ljubljana, Slovenia. ⟨hal-02351849⟩

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