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1) Creation of Energy Maps for cities: Automatic large-scale assessment of building energy behavior, based on data available from public services (e.g. cadastre, planning data etc.), which will be then used to automatically create “ecomaps”. The scope of these maps is to be used for planning activities and large-scale energy pre-certification purposes.
2) The previous assessment will be then used, together with localized weather forecasts available through interoperable web-services, to ensure optimization of energy consumption of heating/cooling systems through automatic alerts that will be sent to the SUNSHINE App installed on the smartphone of the final users. In other words, SUNSHINE will assist building managers by sending custom settings for the heating and cooling systems in order to maintain the desired level of indoor comfort with minimal energy waste.
3) Lastly, SUNSHINE will set up a platform that interacts with the lighting system in terms of management and control, and simultaneously collects information from the infrastructure to optimize the lighting service and/or provide other ancillary services (based as well on weather forecasts and reports). This Scenario will implement a smart managing system for the lighting plants, with a considerable reduction of energy consumption without the need to replace the light bulbs but with an integration of more evolved control devices. The system, equipped with the hardware provided, will allow control of each individual lighting plant, both from the personal workstation of technical operators or municipal engineers as well as tablet PCs in the case of nomadic accesses.
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