Intelligent buildings with SMARTmsr look to the future and save energy and costs

Michaela Killian developed in her dissertation a nonlinear dynamic predictive control concept for the Uni-Park Nonntal of the University of Salzburg.

For a forecast period of 72 hours, the room temperature can be controlled to meet the individual requirements of energy sources, energy storage, occupancy, weather forecast, and energy source tariffs over time.

SMARTmsr based on XAMControl is the common research approach of the University of Technology Vienna and evon to save energy and money in intelligent buildings.

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