Buildings in urban areas are responsible for approximately 40% of energy consumption and 36% of CO2 emissions in the EU. Furthermore, with over 90% of our lives spent in buildings (even more in pandemics), there is an imperative need, for the public but also private sector, to ensure people’s indoor well-being, reduce energy consumption and ensure privacy.
The objective of this project is to build an innovative solution in order to optimize the energy usage in buildings based on occupancy detection with non-intrusive means and to improve user comfort by collecting real time environmental and user data. The results of this experiment will be marketed as an additional service on Kentyou’s portfolio. Kentyou will offer Smart Buildings solutions targeting specifically municipal buildings (from city halls and offices to public schools, sport facilities or social housing).
The product will be compatible with several existing standards such as EnOcean, Zwave, MQTT, XMPP, ETSI NGSI, etc.
*Expose phase is open to all Experiment phase teams
Involvement in Standardisation Bodies:
Founder & President. He is also the president of UTA, a global smart city initiative. Before Kentyou, he was R&D project manager in CEA.
Data Scientist. Her interests include Big Data Analysis, AI and IoT. Before Kentyou, she was a research engineer in CEA.
Operations Manager. Before Kentyou, he was market & innovation analyst and senior consultant at IDATE and inno TSD.
CTO. He is also on the board of the directors of the IoT Expert Group in OSGi Alliance. Before Kentyou, he was the CTO of Paremus.
Software Architect & Developer. Experience on prototyping and field deployments. Before Kentyou, he was a research engineer in CEA.