D. Bruckner, J. Haase, P. Palensky, G. Zucker:
"Latest trends in Integrating Building Automation and Smart Grids";
IECON 2012-38th Annual Conference on IEEE Industrial Electronics Society, IEEE, Piscataway, NJ 08854 (2012), S. 6285 - 6290.

Previously mostly independently considered topics
grow more and more together to form the building blocks of the
future smart city. The building itself needs to be built as a zero
average energy consuming building, posing requirements mainly
on thermal and electrical parameters. Those parameters need to
be known and controlled, requiring intelligent control techniques
and cross-layer optimized sensor networks. Finally, very
differently used buildings together participate in the
infrastructure of the city, which gives them freedom to passively
burden the grids, or actively help stabilizing them, while
benefitting from different tariffs in the smart grids. This paper
summarizes the state of the art of those topics with respect to
industrial electronics.

Survey, industrial electronics, smart grid, sensor networks, building automation, system integration

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