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Towards the emergence of open solutions for added-value services in Intelligent Buildings Marc Bourdeau Centre Scientifique et Technique du Bâtiment (CSTB). Skills. Introduction to CSTB. Status. Centre for research, consultancy, evaluation and knowledge dissemination.

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Towards the emergence of open solutions for added value services in intelligent buildings

Towards the emergenceof open solutionsfor added-value servicesin Intelligent Buildings

Marc Bourdeau

Centre Scientifique et Technique du Bâtiment

(CSTB)


Introduction to cstb

Skills

Introduction to CSTB

Status

Centre for research, consultancy, evaluation and knowledge dissemination

State-owned industrial and commercial corporation under the control of the Ministry of Housing


Cstb budget workforce

Marne-la-Vallée

Paris

Nantes

Grenoble

Sophia Antipolis

CSTB Budget & Workforce

2003 total operating income:

66 million Euros

650 people in all, among which 50% engineers and researchers


Cstb organisation

CSTB Organisation

8 departments organized into four major activities

SOCIETY ISSUES

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY

Sustainable development

Safety, structures and fire performance

Economics and social sciences

Information technology

And knowledge dissemination

STRUCTURES AND COMFORT

CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS AND TECHNIQUES

Acoustics and lighting

Climatology, aerodynamics, pollution and sewage treatment

Envelope and coatings

Hydraulics and sanitary equipement


Tids information technology and knowledge dissemination

TIDS – Information Technology and Knowledge Dissemination

Knowledge engineeringConcurrent engineeringCollaborative workVirtual RealityAmbient intelligenceFM SystemsDocument engineeringNatural Language ProcessingMultimedia applications

  • R&D activities and dissemination of information & knowledge towards the construction industry by using the most advanced IC Technologies

  • Providing professionals with innovative tools or ICT-based services meant to improve job efficiency and increase company competitiveness

  • ~ 70 people

Information Technologies & Diffusion of Knowledge

Advanced Information Systems

Software Application and Integration Laboratory

Publishing & Diffusion


Overall context

Overall context

  • Sustainability awareness:

    • Reduction of Energy consumption ( Positive Energy Buildings)

    • Environmental issues

    • Societal issues e.g. quality of life, elderly and disabled people

  • Application to our living environment, including home buildings:

    • Low energy consuming

    • Comfortable

    • Safe

    • Secure

    • Nice-to-live (“entertainment home”)

    • Connected to the outside

    • Easy-to-exploit and (even) reconfigure/readapt


Past experience

Past experience

Home Automation (1990s) turned out to fail for several reasons:

  • High installation costs

  • Limited approach (mainly energy management)

  • Proprietary solutions

  • Not open and not reconfigurable solutions

  • No evolutivity and no adaptation to change in building usage or user profile

  • No real guarantee on durability


New context for digital home

New context for Digital Home

  • Communication networks (wireless, RF, PLC…) easier installation, inter-connection of home networks with outside (incl. cars)

  • Protocols (IPv6, UPnP…)  multi-addressing, auto-configuration, interoperability, flexibility

  • Electronics  miniaturisation & integration

  • Power systems  low consuming batteries…

  • Software architectures  openness, flexibility,re-configurability…


Our vision for digital home

Our vision for Digital Home

  • Information & electronics embedded in building components & equipments (together with sensors and actuators)

  • Building components become active, communicating and interoperable within a global system that provides advanced services related to:

    • Energy savings

    • Comfort

    • Health & Safety

    • Security

    • Elderly & Disabled people

    • Multimedia & Entertainment

    • Tele-Work

    • Exploitation & Facilities Management

Economic, environmental & societal benefits


Our vision for digital homes cont d

Our vision for Digital Homes (cont’d)

  • Open, distributed, flexible & (self)-reconfigurable systems that implement global and dynamic management strategies adaptable to user profiles & behaviour

    • New components can be easily plugged into an existing system automatic identification, self-configuration, behaviour automatically defined by local embedded strategy and/or global strategy

    • Existing components can be replaced by equivalent ones

    • Dynamic reconfiguration in case of component failure, temporary or definitive change of use strategy, etc.

  • Transparency and no/little parameterisation needed from the end-user

  • Low-cost solutions


Potential role for cstb

Potential role for CSTB

  • Multi-disciplinary & global approach: Building Technologies, IC Technologies, Human Science

  • Independence from domain-specific industry interests

  • “Industrial Facilitator” in order to:

    • Develop & promote open standards and communication protocols, leading to potential for assessment and certification of home equipments

    • Develop communicating building components

    • Develop relevant management/control strategies


Some current r d work

Some current R&D work

  • Partnership with W3Home (MBDS-UNSA) Mock-up of an integrated home gateway to assist elderly people in case of high temperature (2004)

  • Call Ademe/PUCA 2003 Exploratory study on active building envelopes

  • Call Ademe/PUCA 2004 Communicating objects for energy management (COMETE project, with INNO, MBDS,…)

  • Call PACA Laboratory for testing solutions supporting elderly people at home


Active multi function envelope

Active Multi-function Envelope

  • Project funded by Ademe/PUCA(Call 2003 « Prepare Buildings for 2010 »)

  • Identify (and model) the various types of active building envelope components, together with sensors, that can be “home networked” to provide services to:

    • Reduce energy consumption

    • Optimise comfort (thermal, visual, acoustic, air quality)

  • Explore the software architecture that can support communication between those components

  • Define integrated management strategies

    • Several components used for a given service

    • A given component used for several services (e.g. presence sensor)


Some active facade components

Some active facade components


Active component modelling

Active component modelling

Example of aRolling Shutter

Day/NightOcc./Inocc.

Weather

Temperature

Positioning status

Shutter

Lighting


Component implementation through intelligent agents

Component implementationthrough intelligent agents

  • Agents have autonomous capacity to:

  • Adapt

  • Make decision

  • Auto-assemble

  • Co-ordinate


Digital home for elderly people

Digital home for elderly people

  • Elderly and disabled people need to stay longer at home for social and economical reasons

  • Digital home can offer to them safer and easier-to-use environment

  • Proof-of-concept developed in W3Home according to a specific scenario

  • CSTB project for a laboratory to develop and test new solutions for elderly people:

    • Openness & interoperability

    • Reliability (through event correlation)

    • Collaboration with INRIA (Orion Team) for video analysis


W3home pilot for elderly people

W3Home pilot (for elderly people)

OSGI Server

Temperature History

Alarm component linked to indoor temperature

Config

IP Network

  • Analysis intervals

  • Time scale

  • Alert level

UPnP Bridge

Non IP World

Motion Sensor

Thermometer

Flowmeter


Lab schema

Lab schema


Conclusion

Conclusion

  • Deployment of Digital Home needs a large acceptance & trust by users based on:

    • Pluggable & interoperable components & equipments

    • Extensible & reconfigurable solutions

    • Dynamically adaptable management/control strategies

    • Low cost systems

  • Market addresses not only new buildings but also existing ones

  • CSTB, thanks to its multi-disciplinary skills, has a role to play, together with industrials, to define & promote a reference technical framework that will allow the development of certified components, equipments and systems


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