Adaptive Energy Consumption Optimization Using IoT-based Wireless Sensor Networks and Structural Health Monitoring Systems
Abstract »Recent developments in combining sensors, communication systems, and other fields such as cloud computing and Big Data analysis have provided the perfect tools for researchers, developers, and industries to develop cutting edge systems for improving energy efficiency and consumption. Smart homes, smart sensors, and Internet of Things (IoT) are just a few examples of these technologies that will lead to more sustainable and more resilient energy systems. This paper presents a new system based on a network of wearable devices, customized structural monitoring systems, and other sensors which have been developed to make energy consumption optimization more intelligent, adaptive, and efficient. Current industrial solutions for improving energy efficiency and energy consumption in the residential and industrial buildings, especially large ones, do not provide ideal energy efficiency besides having no proper level of comfort for the inhabitants. In the present work, users’ location, body temperature, their feedback, and data from the other energy monitoring sensors are processed to minimize the energy consumption based on the current status of the system and to maximize the level of comfort.
Biography: Prof. Cimellaro is Visiting Professor at the Univ. of California, Berkeley and he is Associate Professor in the Civil Engineering Dpt. of the Politecnico di Torino. He obtained his M.S. (2005) and Ph.D. (2008) from the Univ. at Buffalo (SUNY) in USA. Graduated cum laude in Civil Engineering, University of Rome La Sapienza, 2001. He is the Chair of the ASCE Committee on “Disaster Resilience of Structures, in USA. He has been invited to 3 Keynote lectures and 30 seminars worldwide. He has authored 40 journal papers, 98 conference papers, 11 book chapters and 2 books. Research interests: community disaster resilience and sustainability to natural disasters. He has been awarded with a grant of 1.3 M € by the European Research Council for the project "IDEAL RESCUE - ERC-2014-StG. He is Editorial Board member of 4 ISI-journals. Selected awards: Fib Achievement Award for Young Engineers (2011); Seed Grant Award from the Siebel Energy Institute of UC Berkeley (2015). www.cimellaro.org.
Affiliation: Politecnico di Torino Department of Structural, Geotechnical & Building Engineering (DISEG) 10129 Turin Italy www.cimellaro.orgSheikhi, ErfanSheikhi, Erfan email@example.com +393894534655 Homepage
Affiliation: Politecnico di Torino Department of Control and Computer Engineering (DAUIN) Turin ItalyMahin, StephenMahin, Stephen firstname.lastname@example.org 510-693-6972
Affiliation: University of California Berkeley Department of Civil Engineering 94720-1710 Berkeley USA 510-693-6972*Contact