Energy management and control system with mobile application interface
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AbstractExisting energy management systems places less emphasis on management of electrical energy at the consumer level while also requiring a standby operator to monitor the system. This paper presents the design, simulation and development of an energy management and control system with mobile application interface for a federated control. The embedded system context is used in managing and controlling the consumption of energy in both residential and non-residential houses. The characteristics components include a local embedded system, and a mobile application, from which the user can set the energy budget either in Kilowatt-Hour. The local embedded system evaluates the data received from the user, to obtain a threshold value. This value is used to monitor and reduces indiscriminate use of energy by detecting human absence, and taking out supply in each room selectively depending on a set priorities. The system has features that allow for automatic change-over performance. This is based on user-set priorities, log energy consumption data, and communicates with the mobile application.
CitationIfediora, E.C., Okafor, K.C., Ononiwu, G.C. and Diala, U.H., (2017). 'Energy management and control system with mobile application interface'. IEEE 3rd International Conference on Electro-Technology for National Development, Owerri, Nigeria, 7-10 Nov. New York: IEEE, pp. 1012-1019.
JournalIEEE 3rd International Conference on Electro-Technology for National Development (NIGERCON)
TypeMeetings and Proceedings