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The application of building energy management system based on IoT technology in smart city

Abstract

To introduce new energy management (EM) systems that apply solar energy, geothermal energy, and wind energy to intelligent building (IB), so as to reduce the energy consumption of traditional buildings, and integrate it into the building equipment management system (EMS) to make the application of new energy more transparent and rationalized. The research results show that according to the three characteristics of Internet of Things (IoT)—“Sensor, Internet, Intelligent”, the problem of data connection between IB EMS and IoT is solved. Then, through the user’s demand analysis of application services, it is determined the service content that the system can provide for the user. It can be concluded that the application development environment of the IoT data application platform is used to design and develop a new energy application management system based on the IoT, which lays a theoretical foundation for realizing the large-scale EM of “smart city”.

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Zhang, W., Yue, M. The application of building energy management system based on IoT technology in smart city. Int J Syst Assur Eng Manag 12, 617–628 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s13198-021-01054-6

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