Smart Home Modeling with Real Appliances


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PRÝMEK Miroslav HORÁK Aleš PROKOP Lukáš MIŠÁK Stanislav

Year of publication 2014
Type Article in Proceedings
Conference International Conference SOCO’13
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Faculty of Informatics

Field Informatics
Keywords smart home;consumption optimization;simulation;Priority-driven Appliances Control System;PAX
Description Renewable energy sources bring new challenges to power con- sumption planning on all levels (household, city or region). In this paper, we present a smart household appliance-level scheduling system, called PAX. We describe the details of the PAX scheduling core and its us- age for optimizing an appliance power consumption profile according to actual power source regime. The PAX system is tested on data sets from a one year measurements of household appliances and renewable power sources, which are described in detail in the text. These data form a basis for the PAX exploitation in both simulated power system modeling and real-world power consump- tion scheduling.
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