Driven by the RT 2012 regulations, new constructions (buildings and especially dwellings), must be instrumented in order to restore, in the living space, information relating to the energy consumption of certain identified positions (heating, hot water, ...) . To date, in the residential market, manufacturers offer two types of solutions to meet the needs of regulation: solutions from the tertiary sector and more adapted solutions but requiring specific skills for their implementation. REVAME has identified possible savings levers on the manufacture and implementation of metering energy solutions for the residential sector. The project concerns: · The development of a specific sensor related to the measurement of electrical consumption, resulting from technologies used in industry but whose application allows a reduction in size and cost of the sensor. · The development of a software identification mechanism allowing the assignment of sensors to measured uses (heating, electrical outlets, hot water, ...) without human intervention and off. · The development of a graphical interface rendering the results of consumption in intelligible form. REVAME intends to develop a product to measure energy consumption in the home and the graphic reproduction of this information, for the occupants.

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Information of the project

Start of the project on01 / 01 / 2014 | End of project on31 / 12 / 2015

Strategic business lines

Bâtiments intelligents

Matériaux et composants pour l'électronique

Referent of the project

Directeur Technique

07 86 53 38 70

Centre-Val de loire