The European Commission is supporting many projects in the field of energy saving, with the aim to improve inhabitants behavior and to help Europe to meet emission targets. The objective of the Balanced European Conservation Approach – ICT services for resource saving in social housing (BECA) Project is to enable consumption reduction of key resources in European Social Housing by providing usable ICTbased services for Resource Management and Resource Use Awareness, directly by tenants. The project builds over its predecessor project eSESH [1] and is developing a range of ICT innovative services to be provided to the inhabitants of 7 different European cities: Örebro (Sweden), Manresa (Spain), Darmstadt (Germany), Torino (Italy), Havirov (Czech Republic), Ruse (Bulgaria), and Belgrade (Serbia). The ICT service will deliver to tenants information with direct timely and comprehensible feedback on the impact of their behavior on a full range of resource uses, thereby enabling tenants to save energy and water. This paper describes the architecture adopted for ICT service in the different pilot sites.

ICT Top-level Architecture and Services for Energy Consumption Management in Social Housing / Martino, Mariapia; Guerrisi, Alessandra; Pastorelli, MICHELE ANGELO; Tartaglia, Michele; Danov, S.; Renda, F.. - ELETTRONICO. - (2013), pp. 8140-8145. ((Intervento presentato al convegno IECON 2013 - 39th Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society tenutosi a Vienna (Austria) nel 11 - 13 November 2013 [10.1109/IECON.2013.6700496].

ICT Top-level Architecture and Services for Energy Consumption Management in Social Housing

MARTINO, Mariapia;GUERRISI, ALESSANDRA;PASTORELLI, MICHELE ANGELO;TARTAGLIA, Michele;
2013

Abstract

The European Commission is supporting many projects in the field of energy saving, with the aim to improve inhabitants behavior and to help Europe to meet emission targets. The objective of the Balanced European Conservation Approach – ICT services for resource saving in social housing (BECA) Project is to enable consumption reduction of key resources in European Social Housing by providing usable ICTbased services for Resource Management and Resource Use Awareness, directly by tenants. The project builds over its predecessor project eSESH [1] and is developing a range of ICT innovative services to be provided to the inhabitants of 7 different European cities: Örebro (Sweden), Manresa (Spain), Darmstadt (Germany), Torino (Italy), Havirov (Czech Republic), Ruse (Bulgaria), and Belgrade (Serbia). The ICT service will deliver to tenants information with direct timely and comprehensible feedback on the impact of their behavior on a full range of resource uses, thereby enabling tenants to save energy and water. This paper describes the architecture adopted for ICT service in the different pilot sites.
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