Smart Heat Building
Energy Efficiency in Buildings
Smart Heat Building uses sensors to continually measure the indoor temperature, as well as utilizing a mathematical model that predicts the impact of various different scenarios. This combination creates a system that provides an excellent estimation of any building’s unique indoor temperature behaviour.
Noda Smart Heat Building employs a self-learning and adaptive model to continuously calculate the energy balance of the property, making it possible to combine several climatic zones within the same building.
The overall software architecture is based on a modular design where several types of control methodologies coexist. The system uses three basic components to save energy: the heating system, the indoor environment and the outdoor environment.
Outdoor climate – the system takes weather forecasts into account and uses ”free” energy from solar radiation, which is primarily effective during the spring, summer and autumn.
Indoor climate – the system reduces unnecessarily high temperatures, evens out temperature variations and divides the building into specific temperature zones.
The heating system – the system ensures that unnecessary power peaks are avoided and works with adaptive and predictive models of energy use. The system also coordinates energy consumption with the actual thermal demand.