Pilots

Netherlands

(Re)developed domestic and multi-tenant buildings boosting IoT consumer centred services.

Type
Residential (including social housing) & non-residential buildings.
Location

  • Strijp-S district


Objectives

  • Assess user engagement in energy and non-energy services implying the cooperation and sharing of data between neighbours (including social housing);
  • Demonstrate interoperability of different systems especially from an urban operator perspective, e.g. energy, mobility, connectivity and quality of live;
  • Optimising the use of PV energy for the community by matching with smart devices.


Unique features

  • Implementation over a smart city infrastructure with range of sensor devices and fibre optic communication infrastructure;
  • IoT technologies available for large-scale rollout of software and services, making use of local information (DSO/network, smart meter, etc.);
  • Test interoperability with latest available technology like DC Houses, EV smart charging, etc.


Available technologies and infrastructure

  • 2 buildings, one with 125 apartments, and the other with a mix of approx. 50 apartments and approximately 10.000m 2 of commercial space;
  • Robust smart city fibre optic infrastructure with a connection to a Smart City Data Centre (H2020 Triangulum project);
  • Smart EV charging infrastructure is available and all sort of sensors are installed in public and private (in-house) space (H2020 Interflex).


New technologies

  • IoT gateways, sensoring and smart appliances;
  • New AI based technologies for improved energy awareness and other user-centric machine learning services.

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