International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Informative Article | Science and Technology | India | Volume 8 Issue 6, June 2019 | Rating: 5.2 / 10

Cloud Computing in HVAC Control Systems for Large Buildings

Vrushank Mistry [10]

Abstract: In response to the escalating need for energy-efficient and technologically advanced solutions in large building environments, this research paper investigates the integration of cloud computing technology into Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) control systems. Large buildings, with their complex infrastructures and diverse operational requirements, present a unique set of challenges that cloud-based solutions aim to address. The research focuses on uncovering the multifaceted implications of leveraging cloud computing in HVAC control systems for large-scale applications, delving into the benefits, challenges, and potential advancements associated with this transformative approach. The study commences by examining the growing demand for enhanced energy efficiency, scalability, and real-time monitoring in the context of large buildings. Recognizing the limitations of traditional HVAC control systems in meeting these evolving requirements, the integration of cloud computing emerges as a promising avenue. Cloud- based solutions offer a dynamic framework capable of providing real-time insights, adaptive control strategies, and seamless scalability, aligning with the dynamic and evolving needs of large building environments. The investigation into the benefits of cloud computing in large-scale HVAC control systems encompasses improved energy efficiency, optimized resource utilization, and the potential for predictive maintenance. Cloud-based platforms enable centralized control and monitoring, facilitating data-driven decision-making for efficient system operation. The scalability inherent in cloud solutions ensures that HVAC control systems can adapt to the changing demands of large buildings without significant infrastructure overhauls. However, the adoption of cloud computing in HVAC control systems is not without its challenges. Security concerns, data privacy issues, and the dependency on network connectivity represent critical considerations that demand careful examination. The research paper scrutinizes these challenges and explores strategies and technologies to mitigate potential risks, ensuring the robustness and reliability of cloud-based HVAC control systems. Furthermore, the study identifies potential advancements and future directions in the integration of cloud computing technology in large building HVAC control. This includes exploring the incorporation of artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms for predictive analytics, refining cloud-based communication protocols, and addressing the unique requirements of diverse building typologies.

Keywords: Cloud Computing, HVAC Control Systems, Large Buildings, Energy Efficiency, Scalability and Real-time Monitoring

Edition: Volume 8 Issue 6, June 2019,

Pages: 2429 -

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