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Considerations on an Intelligent Buildings Management System for an Optimized Energy Consumption

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3 Author(s)
Gligor, A. ; Petru Maior Univ., Targu Mures ; Grif, H. ; Oltean, S.

A significant role in obtaining a comfortable environment in a residential, office, factory or other public interest buildings is conferred in a large measure to the lighting and the heating. These two components through their efficiency can assure important benefits to the users of that environment. Estimating the lighting and heating efficiency can be achieved through attending the qualitative and quantitative indicators specific to the goal for which the lighting and heating system was designed. Based on these indicators one can design a system with the basic function of assuring and if necessary of adapting the lighting and heating hence of maintaining the indicated indicators to an optimal value. When the expected qualitative and quantitative values of the indicators cannot be obtained, the system must inform the executive of the system about the decrease of the building environment quality, with the object of making a decision to determine the rehabilitation acts of the components or the whole system. Beside the basic functions, the system aims to attach an optimizer module, which will supply the necessary information to make an optimal decision about lighting and heating system, taking other parameters into consideration, as well, different from the previous ones, such as energetic and economic parameters to obtain both energetic and also economic efficiency in buildings. The present paper presents the structure of a system based on intelligent technology and the benefits that can be achieved

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Automation, Quality and Testing, Robotics, 2006 IEEE International Conference on  (Volume:1 )

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25-28 May 2006