Micro-climatization and real-time digitalization effects on energy efficiency based on user behavior
Abstract An approach to intelligent building energy management systems at the workplace level has the potential to save energy through the use of building information modeling (BIM) and smart sensor systems. Its development focuses on micro-climatization and real-time digitalization systems from an architect's point of view. Intelligent management systems (IMSs) have significant potential for energy savings, but they have not been fully used in buildings and cities. Smart sensor systems based on user behavior will improve indoor environmental quality (IEQ) and user comfort. A cost-effective strategy has been implemented by using a low-technology and high-performance approach. This work aims to reduce energy consumption and provide comfort conditions by learning user behavior. Furthermore, it seeks to create a real-time system with regard to the functions of developed technologies. In order to improve energy efficiency and comfort conditions, smart sensor systems and digital simulation tools play a crucial role in finding optimal solutions to optimization problems. Highlights Intelligent building energy management systems has the potential to save energy through the use of BIM and smart sensor systems. Building users have a considerable impact on the performance of indoor environments. To provide an efficient real-time energy use feedback, it is important to develop opportunities for users to interact with control systems.
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