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Design of embedded automated monitoring system; an intelligent application to reduce peak load demand

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4 Author(s)
Redzuan Bin Ahmad, M. ; FKEE, Univ. Malaysia Pahang, Rosmadi Abdullah, Malaysia ; Rauf, M. ; Fakharuddin, A. ; Abdalla, A.N.

Energy resources and their management is one of the prime challenges to world especially low economy developing countries like Malaysia where the elasticity curve is not balanced. The difference between increasing demand and installation capacity appeals the researchers to design a system that help to reduce this threatening rise in peak. This paper presents application of GSM-SMS technology for real time data acquisition. The application is based on a field data collection prototype system that is composed of field monitoring and host control platforms. This monitoring system consist of a new energy calculation algorithm, offering electricity packages with a intelligent monitoring system for daily power consumption connected to base-station via GSM network. Applying feedback and habit formation technique the system is expected to make considerable difference in rising peak. The proposed algorithm is an affective monitoring tool for energy supplier companies in Malaysia, assuring a live control on individual user even.

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Power System Technology (POWERCON), 2010 International Conference on

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24-28 Oct. 2010

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