The first step in improving energy management is measuring how, where and when energy is used. While monitoring alone does not save energy, the information from the measurement system can lead to significant reductions.
One of the key objectives of the iNSPiRe project is to run a monitoring campaign to provide information about the energy performance of buildings, their indoor thermal comfort, the efficiency of several energy renovation measures and the efficiency of the HVAC system.
As part of this process, the relevant Work Package has produced a document to describe the design and development of the distributed monitoring system, which was used to establish communication with sensors and monitoring hardware in operation. The aim is to ensure the availability of the required information for a detailed supervision of the building.
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Editing partners: Fundacion CARTIF, EURAC, Gruppo Tosoni