Project Overview - Control and Automation Management of Buildings and Public Spaces

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Objectives

Campus 21 addresses the need for integration strategies of ICT in building and neighbourhood energy management systems to achieve optimised and holistic operation of Energy-, Security-, Safety and other Facilities Services aiming to optimise the energy usage and operational cost and to reduce the overall CO2 emission of buildings and public spaces.
The integration strategy to be developed will address four key areas

  • a technical strategy,
  • business and procurement models,
  • a validation concept, and
  • a standardisation concept.

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The following Scientific and Technological Objectives (STO) have been identified in order to achieve the main objectives:
STO 1: Creation of concepts for new Business
STO 2: Development & Performance Evaluation of Buildings & Public Spaces
STO 3: Development of an Integrated Energy Systems Management Concept
STO 4: Development and Deployment of an ICT Service Platform for Energy Systems Management
STO 5: Development of predictive systems control, and load balancing
STO 6: Determination of a “Performance Baseline” (m16, WP2) and evaluation of “Advanced control tools
STO 7: Development of a Procurement Schema and widespread dissemination
STO 8: Development of a Standardisation Plan

Approach

The key technological innovations of CAMPUS 21 are:

  • integration concepts for energy management systems (WP3) including the related middleware components (WP4),
  • methodologies for intelligent, optimised control of building services systems (WP5), and finally
  • algorithms and tools to support load-balancing between renewable micro-generation, storage systems, and energy consuming devices in buildings and public spaces (WP6).


This is complemented by the development of key business elements, including:

  • new business models for integrated energy management and the underpinning novel procurements schemes (WP1), and
  • the development of Performance Metrics and a holistic Evaluation Concept for Systems Integration (WP2)