• 사회적약자안심
  • 스마트 미아방지
  • 스마트 파킹
  • 스마트 가로등
  • 스마트 횡단보도
  • 스마트 해상 안전서비스
  • 스마트 매장관리
  • 스마트 빌딩 에너지 절약
Smart building energy saving
As part of the global smart city project, bidirectional watt-hour meter and sensor are installed in the Busan city hall in order to monitor and analyze energy consumption and effectively reduce and manage energy
Description
  • A system for IoT-based smart building energy management and saving in Busan City Hall
    - Building management: building, equipment (facility) master management, meter management, sensor management
    - Energy info management: Energy KPI, energy standard data and code management, real-time event management
    - Report management: HTML 5-based energy report used for offline work and data analysis for energy saving
  • Real-time energy monitoring service
    - Facility monitoring: to provide monitoring of the electricity and facility distribution diagram, and specific statistical analysis of energy consumption
    - Energy consumption info: on energy consumption, weather, energy saving, and use by hour
    - Energy info management: Alarm history according to energy use
Classification As-Is To-Be External linkage
Technology - o Dependent manual work by the facility management team as a result of local operation - Automation of IoT=based BEMS measurement data
- Real-time monitoring through non-interrupting, wired and wireless electricity meter
- Various energy management features including analysis, reduction simulation, etc.
- Public institutions
- Other cities
Standard - No standard in Korea and elsewhere - Services complying with Korea Standard (KS-1800)
- Services following the international standard for energy management (ISO 50001)
Expected Effects - Preference for foreign products due to lack of domestic options
- Lack of competitiveness in export due to non-conformity with the foreign standards
- Entry to global markets for EMS by applying Korean and foreign standards for energy management
- Reduced costs for S/W development thanks to expanded group management
Service Structure
Expected Effects
Overcame limitations of conventional BEMS web service - System linkage and expansion by applying the latest JAVA framework
- Open energy management system beyond the time and space by using an IoT platform
- Energy saving by control feedback
- Guidance on saving energy by providing an HTML5-based report and energy consumption information and analysis
Achieving basic goals of the energy management system of the building - Energy saving goal reached by using facility efficiency analysis and energy data analysis
- Energy saving project management by using best-available-technology (BAT) simulation
- Integrated energy management by linking various external systems such as new renewable energy
Global BEMS - Applied the Korean standard - Obtained EMS standards from and outside Korea (ISO 5001, EMS installation certificate, etc.)
- Proposed a standard for energy monitoring methodology (for economic benefit and facility standard)
Group management and improved IoT expandability - Reduced costs from overlapped investment in BEMS S/Ws through group management, and centralized services
- City-to-city or nation-to-nation energy management through IoT expansion