The Intelligent lighting System Project is a program at the Northern (Arctic) Federal University named after M. V. Lomonosov which provides research and analysis within the framework of the NArFU digitization.
The issue is topical due to the updated version of the Federal law No 261 of 27 December 2018 “On Energy-Saving and Energy Efficiency” as well as amending certain legislative Acts of the Russian Federation."
This paper deals with the implementation of the project as an integrated element of the digitization process at the NArFU. Real-life objects of the NArFU are presented to demonstrate performance of the experiment titled "Smart Campus" that is considered as the partial program of the project.
The Project at the NArFU is a technical measure of the Energy Management System (hereinafter EnMS). Special emphasis is placed on the system integrated approach which is represented by four major components including: a) the organizational management system, b) technical control management, c) R&D strategies, d) NArFU formative component.
The principal objective of the "Smart Campus" project is to replace the available lamps with light-emitting diodes fitted out with embedded controllers. The intelligent lighting system is unwired and it is based on the SunRise on-line service.
The host computer or the lighting control panel will be equipped with the SROffice software. The SRLSOffice sensors monitoring motion, light intensity as well as indoor temperature will be placed around the campus area. Obtained data will be sent to the SROffice control cabinet.
. It is to be noted that using the data processing platform will result in monitoring and controlling energy consumption providing energy saving.
In order to perform the measures, the rationale option is drawing up the energy service contract. As regarding the contract it is a specific form of agreement between the consumer and the energy service company.
|Position of speaker||associate professor|
|Affiliation of speaker||NArFU named after M.V. Lomonosov|