Clement at SP2018

There are strong policy drivers for the promotion of energy efficiency in buildings.  In the literature, Model Predictive Control (MPC) is seen as a promising solution to deal with the energy management problem in buildings.  Model identification is the primary task involved in the design of MPC control and defining the good level of complexity for the thermal dynamic model is a critical question.  This presentation focuses on the development of reliable models that can be used to support the deployment of (Distributive (Di)) MPC application.

The presentation attached below was given by CEA & CIT at the Sustainable Places 2018 event on June 28th, in Aix-les-Bains, France.

SP2018 MPC presentation.pdf

Project Information

Project Acronym: TOPAs
Project Number: 676760
Call Topic: EeB-07-2015
Project Start Date: 01 November 2015
Duration: 36 months
Coordinator: Boris Kantsepolsky
Organisation: Motorola Solutions Israel