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Realizing The Potential Of Smart Home Technology

Date: 19th October 2015 - 21st October 2015 Location: Durham - North Carolina - USA

The emergence of new technologies that make the assessment and measurement of the energy use of homes and buildings easier has the potential to be a game-changer for residential energy efficiency.

It is difficult to manage and understand energy use when a household’s total energy consumption is presented as a single number in a monthly bill. However, smart grid technologies including mobile and in-home communication devices can now provide customers with nearly immediate feedback on energy use, helping make energy consumption visible and manageable, and providing additional opportunities for utility programs to incentivize customer energy use.

As home automation systems increase in popular, they enable an increase in comfort, energy savings through intelligent energy management, and enhanced home security. The current Home Energy Management Systems (HEMS) market was valued at $1.5 billion in 2013, and includes utility residential demand response (DR), connected home subscriptions, software services and associated hardware. The top two leading home automation companies combined already have over 2 million customers, demonstrating the HEMS market’s remarkable potential. New companies have entered the arena, hungry for the next set of opportunities revolving around software and bundled service solutions, and the market has expanded in its scope of offerings.

Combining energy monitoring and management with an area network and home control will surely increase efficiencies. North America is expected to be the prime market for Home Energy Management Systems in terms of revenue contribution.

Featuring a Tour of the Home Depot Smart Home

The Duke Smart Home Program is a research-based approach to sustainable living sponsored by the Pratt School of Engineering. Primarily focused on undergraduates, the program encourages stu- dents from different academic disciplines to form teams and explore smart ways to use technology in the home.

The goal of the Duke Smart Home Program is to offer research and educational experiences that emphasize energy-efficient, sustain- able and ‘smarter’ living. Smarter living is defined as using tech- nology for automation in a way that encourages behavior we want and need to achieve our values of energy-efficient, sustainable living. The program operates and manages The Home Depot Smart Home—a 6,000-square-foot dorm that serves as a “live-in labora- tory” for 10 students each semester—as an evolving resource purposefully used to inform our ideas about better living. In addition, the program provides a budget, oversight and mentoring guidance for the student-run Smart Home Club.

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Start:
19th October 2015
End:
21st October 2015
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Contact

Name:
Chris Taylor – Content
Phone:
0044 (0)20 3141 0602
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Venue

Millennium Hotel Durham
2800 Campus Walk Ave
Durham, NC 27705 United States
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  • Examining the drivers shaping the smart home technologies market
  • Examining home energy management technical standards
  • Home automation as the catalyst for mass-market residential energy intelligence
  • Increasing consumer awareness about energy use to create greater market demand for smart grid technologies and products
  • Bridging the gap between the consumer and energy efficiency in the home performance market
  • Implementing dynamic pricing and transactive energy solutions for lower customer electricity costs
  • Providing a more precise quantification of energy savings, both by end use and for the entire home
  • Utilizing smart meter data as a competitive energy resource
  • Integrating energy efficiency and the smart grid
  • Developing strategies for using home energy monitoring devices to promote implementation of whole-house upgrades among other behavioral changes
  • Identifying the tools needed to integrate smart grid technologies with home performance
  • Quantification of residential energy consumption and more precise estimates of energy savings
  • Developing strategies for using home energy monitoring devices to promote implementation of whole-house upgrades
  • Examining the latest technology options – what works best for connectivity in the Smart Home?
  • Learn from industry leaders and innovators: hear case study examples from major device manufacturers and technology developers
  • Home energy management vendors
  • Home automation systems vendors
  • Home securities companies
  • Consumer electronics companies
  • Broadband service providers
  • Networking equipment providers
  • Industry associations
  • Government agencies
  • Investor community
  • Utilities

SchneiderElectric

Schneider Electric

As a global specialist in energy management with operations in more than 100 countries, Schneider Electric offers integrated solutions across multiple segments, including leadership positions in energy and infrastructure, industrial processes, building automation, and data centres/networks, as well as a broad presence in residential applications. Focused on making energy safe, reliable, efficient, productive and green, the company’s 150,000 plus employees achieved sales of 24 billion euros in 2013, through an active commitment to help individuals and organizations “Make the most of their energy.”

Website: www.wiserhome.com/utility/

caba

Continental Automated Buildings Association

The Continental Automated Buildings Association (CABA) is an international not-for-profit industry association dedicated to the advancement of intelligent home and intelligent building technologies. CABA’s mandate includes providing its members with networking and market research opportunities. CABA also encourages the development of industry standards and protocols, and leads cross-industry initiatives. The organization is supported by an international membership of nearly 300 companies involved in the design, manufacture, installation and retailing of products relating to home automation and building automation. Public organizations, including utilities and government are also members. The organization was originally founded in 1988 and celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2013.

Website: www.caba.org


GreenButtonAlliance

Green Button Alliance

The Green Button Alliance (GBA) is a non-profit corporation formed to foster the development, compliance, and wide-spread adoption of the Green Button standard. The Green Button Alliance advances the Green Button initiative: a White House-inspired challenge to the electric utility industry to give consumers access to their energy usage information in a downloadable, standardized format. The Green Button Download My Data (DMD) and Green Button Connect My Data (CMD) standards are based on the North American Energy Standards Board (NAESB) Energy Services Provider Interface (ESPI) standard.

Website: www.greenbuttonalliance.org


NortheastEnergyEfficiencyPartnerships

Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships

Founded in 1996, Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships (NEEP) is a non-profit regional energy efficiency organization. NEEP’s mission is to serve the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic to accelerate energy efficiency in the building sector through public policy, program strategies and education. Our vision is that the region will fully embrace energy efficiency as a cornerstone of sustainable energy policy to help achieve a cleaner environment and a more reliable and affordable energy system. Through advocacy, collaboration and education, our unique approach helps bring together stakeholders to accelerate energy efficiency and highlight its impacts on the region, the economy, and the planet.

Website: www.neep.org


openADRAlliance

OpenADR Alliance

Open Automated Demand Response (OpenADR) is an open and standardized way for electricity providers and system operators to communicate DR signals with each other and with their customers using a common language over any existing IP-based communications network, such as the Internet. As the most comprehensive standard for Automated Demand Response, OpenADR has achieved widespread support throughout the industry.

The OpenADR Alliance was formed by industry stakeholders to foster the development, adoption and compliance of the Open Automated Demand Response (OpenADR) Smart Grid standard utilizing existing standards from OASIS, UCA and NAESB.

Website: www.openadr.org


ParksAssociates

Parks Associates

Parks Associates is an internationally recognized market research and consulting company specializing in emerging consumer technology products and services. The company’s expertise includes the Internet of Things (IoT), digital media and platforms, entertainment and gaming, home networks, Internet and television services, digital health, mobile applications and services, support services, consumer apps, advanced advertising, consumer electronics, energy management, and home control systems and security.

Each year, Parks Associates hosts industry webcasts, the CONNECTIONS™ Conference Series, Smart Energy Summit: Engaging the Consumer, and Connected Health Summit: Engaging Consumers.

Website: www.parksassociates.com


Smart Grid Today

Smart Grid Today’s mission is to deliver daily, unbiased, comprehensive and original reporting on emerging trends, applications and policies driving the modern utility industry — in a signature format our founders have developed over 40 years in the trade news business, featuringhighly concise and easy-to-understand news copy based on trusted reporting,exclusive interviews, informed analysis and strategic insights that our subscribers rely on to succeed every business day.

SmartGridToday.com features a complete searchable archive of over 5,000 searchable articles and hundreds of downloadable PDF files, a robust industry directory, events calendar, discounts onselected items and more. Do not miss out on a single day of the deepest reporting on the smart grid you can find anywhere. Visit http://www.smartgridtoday.com/freetrial to sign up for a 14-day risk-free trial today.

Website: www.smartgridtoday.com


USNAPAlliance

USNAP Alliance

Formed in 2009, the USNAP Alliance is responsible for promotion, marketing, and testing and certification for the CEA-2045 Modular Communication Interface (MCI). The MCI allows a wide range of products (from simple on-off devices to distributed generation and storage resources) to communicate with other systems in the home, and with Utility Smart Grid systems. Rather than developing multiple product designs for specific communications architectures, incorporating an MCI into the design allows for hot-swappable modules to handle establishing and mediating communications between the product and other systems. Modules are available for a wide variety of network architectures, and more are in development.

Website: www.usnap.org


ZigbeeAlliance

ZigBee Alliance

The ZigBee Alliance offers the open, global wireless standards that enable everyday objects to work together and help you control your world. ZigBee standards are the leading standards for monitoring and control used in consumer, commercial and industrial markets around the world. The Alliance is an open, non-profit ecosystem of approximately 400 organizations developing and promoting standards defining the Internet of Things for use in homes and businesses.

ZigBee: Control Your World

Website: www.ZigBee.org

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