Collect data about the energy consumption inside the building with electrical smart meters, smart plugs, smart appliances

  • multi-vendor
  • customizable
  • multi-platform

Simple as you wish


Our project tries to make easier to achieve the targets of ’20/20/20′ package, helping the consumers in the management of their energy consumption. We would provide the users a system in order to concretely and automatically support them in the modulation of their behaviors and improving efficient consumptions.

Focus on end-user

The system actively involve end-users in order to make them aware of the energy impact of their choices, pushing on existing household multimedia technologies (smartphones, tablets, smart TVs, PCs).

Think about the Future

Ensure expandability with future energy-optimizing technologies that have not yet entered the market (smart meters, smart plugs, smart appliances).

In this paper, advantages and limits of the current standard, when wireless M-bus (wM-bus) is used as a physical layer, are highlighted by means of the analysis of the synchronization uncertainty sources, and by the experimental evaluation. Next, a custom synchronization method is applied for the first time, since the current OMS standard does not propose any solutions. The analysis and the experimental characterization indicate that the synchronization limit on the last-mile segment of wM-bus, using off-the-shelf components, is on the order of 1.8 μs.


Project status: update, release and next supported features

2018 Oct 02

n WP1, the requirements of the proposed system are analyzed and technological solutions which best fit with the project aim are identified. In particular, the components (hardware and software) available on the market will be analyzed, to identify the best solution depending on price/performance ratio, which can support a wide diffusion of product

2018 Oct 02

The heart of the proposed approach consists of a data collection system (energy consumption data)and the synthesis of the information in order to be presented to end-users. This system can be integrated with technological infrastructure already present inside the building (smartphones, tablets, SmartTVs), in order to reduce the use of dedicated systems (such as the Busch-EnergyControl) usually difficult to use and therefore requiring trained personnel.

2018 Oct 02

Generally speaking, the HEMS systems available on the market require the installation of expensive dedicated devices and the management of the communication interface required to connect the smart appliances, without active involvement of end-users for the optimization and rationalization of their consumption.

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