Our colleagues, Roberto Casado and Javier Prieto, will have the opportunity to present the success case obtained in TTX CHROMOSOME to the rest of the TTX community (technology transfer) and interested companies, at the TETRAMAX Industrial Advisory Board meeting, on March 25th.
TETRAMAX ("Technology Transfer through Multinational Application Experiments"), is a Horizon 2020 initiative, which aims to support the innovation of products and services for European industries, especially SMEs, from the application of new technologies and disruptive solutions.
In this regard, BISITE is working along these lines, an example of this is the CHROMOSOME project, which aims to develop IoT-based services and an automation infrastructure that supports a behavioural change in residential energy consumers, towards more efficient habits and a drastic reduction in consumption and emissions, as well as monitoring social metrics to ensure that comfort levels are not compromised.
TTX CHROMOSOME features
The project is framed in the field of IoT and Smart City technologies offering a solution:
- Decentralized: the use of distributed cloud environments facilitates scalability and adaptability to possible changes or updates to the architecture.
- Edge computing: the use of multiple nodes enables the system's parallel computing capacity.
- Intelligent: the use of deep reinforcement learning algorithms for accurate recommendation-making to users, facilitating energy savings in homes. The recommendations are personalized to fit each user's needs, and intelligent social analysis considers their consumption habits.
- Transparent and reliable: Blockchain tokens are used to reward the users who decrease their electricity consumption by following the recommendations.
- Interactive: the use of a system of leagues and ranking that allows users to compete for greater electrical efficiency in order to achieve better rewards within the platform.