Exhibitors 2017

Smart Building Monitoring

Smart Building Monitoring

Intelligent buildings integrate heterogeneous systems for managing environments and for monitoring consumptions. Smart Building Monitoring integrates two components: the first based on a standard industrial solution, consisting of an industrial controller and EnOcean sensors, the second based on a low-cost solution, consisting of Kosmo server, Arduino-based sensors and Bluetooth connections. The system also provides a platform for data integration and analysis, for detecting anomalies and malfunctions, and for improving user habits

Smart Building Monitoring

MCIPLab (Prof. Stefano Panzieri, Cosimo Palazzo, Dario Masucci)

Prof. Stefano Panzieri received the “Laurea” degree in Electronic Engineering in 1989 and the Ph.D. in Systems Engineering in 1994, both from the University of Roma “La Sapienza”. Since February 1996 he is with the Engineering Department of University of “Roma Tre”, as Associate Professor. His teachings are in the field of Automatic Control, Digital Control and Process Control within the courses of Electronic, Mechanics and Computer Science, and I am the director of the Automatic Laboratory and MCIPlab (Models for Critical Infrastructure Protection) of the Dipartimento di Informatica e Automazione.
Cosimo Palazzo is a Ph.D student at the Department of Engineering at the University of “Roma Tre” where he received his master degree in 2014. His research interests are in the field of Critical Infrastructures modelling (designing and implementing CISIApro), Decision Support Systems and Internet of Things (IoT). He has been involved in several EU projects, such as FACIES, URANIUM, FP7 CockpitCI and H2020 ATENA. He developed Kosmo Server.

Dario Masucci is a junior researcher at the University of “Roma Tre” since 2015, when he received his master degree. His research interests include Multi-Objective optimization algorithms and energy sustainability. In the last two years, he has been working on several European projects by developing and designing multi-criteria decision making algorithms, interdependencies models for Critical Infrastructures and emergency management tools. He is also collaborating with ENEA for studying fault detection algorithms for energy savings.

  A12 (pav. 6) - Università degli Studi Roma Tre

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