Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11790/1394
Title: Using FusiX platform for Intelligent Energy Management Systems’ development
Authors: Georgoutsos, V. 
Soulioti, G. 
Alifragkis, V. 
Livanos, N. 
Keywords: Decision Support Systems;Intelligent Energy Management Systems;energy saving;interoperability;SCADA;distributed nodes;virtual assistance
Issue Date: 26-Nov-2020
Publisher: Leykam
Source: Technologie- und Klimawandel: Energie-Gebäude-Umwelt, 453-463
Project: PVadapt 
Journal: Technologie- und Klimawandel : Energie – Gebäude – Umwelt 
Abstract: A novel Decision Support System (DSS) development framework, named FusiX, with integrated simulation support, Graphical User Interface (GUI) support and data fusion engine, is developed to meet the needs of the modern building energy management sector. Its main objective is to facilitate and streamline the development and the expansion of a complete DSS. FusiX constitutes a versatile base on which Intelligent Energy Management Systems (IEMS) can be built, allowing a system engineer to incorporate different data resources into a single intelligent system. Its data fusion engine can process heterogeneous data from historic, real time sensed data, simulated and predicted data independently from their location (local or remote). The software system is extended with a web-based GUI for efficient administration, exposing all real-time measurements and available commands to authorized users, supporting user alerting, as well as providing means to produce and export business and technical reports.
Description: Science.Research.Pannonia. 22
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11790/1394
ISBN: 978-3-7011-0460-4
Rights: info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess
Appears in Collections:Energie-Umweltmanagement

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