Situation-aware energy control by combining simple sensors and Complex Event Processing

Leonard Renners, Ralf Bruns, Jürgen Dunkel
In recent years, multiple efforts for reducing energy usage have been proposed. Especially buildings offer high potentials for energy savings. In this paper, we present a novel approach for intelligent energy control that combines a simple infrastructure using low cost sensors with the reasoning capabilities of Complex Event Processing. The key issues of the approach are a sophisticated semantic domain model and a multi-staged event processing architecture leading to an intelligent, situation-aware energy management system.
doi:10.25968/opus-1062 fatcat:ashnuqv5jfeifo7hkz273tjs74