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Printable Electronics in Connected Homes and Intelligent Buildings CABA and CPEIA White Papers Overview Printable Electronics in Connected Homes and Intelligent Buildings CABA and CPEIA White Papers Overview Greg Walker CABA Research Director

Presentation Contents 1. About CABA 2. CABA and CPEIA White Papers 3. Printable Electronics Presentation Contents 1. About CABA 2. CABA and CPEIA White Papers 3. Printable Electronics in Connected Homes 4. Printable Electronics in Intelligent Buildings 5. Final Words * Printable and Electronics in Connected Homes and Intelligent Buildings

About CABA About CABA

About CABA The Continental Automated Buildings Association (CABA) is an international not-for-profit industry association, About CABA The Continental Automated Buildings Association (CABA) is an international not-for-profit industry association, founded in 1988, dedicated to the advancement of connected home and building technologies. The organization is supported by an international membership of over 300 organizations involved in the design, manufacture, installation and retailing of products relating to home automation and building automation. Public organizations, including utilities and government are also members. CABA's mandate includes providing its members with networking and market research opportunities. CABA also encourages the development of industry standards and protocols, and leads cross-industry initiatives. * Printable and Electronics in Connected Homes and Intelligent Buildings

CABA Vision “CABA accelerates growth in the connected home and intelligent buildings sectors. ” CABA Vision “CABA accelerates growth in the connected home and intelligent buildings sectors. ” * Printable and Electronics in Connected Homes and Intelligent Buildings

CABA Board of Directors * Printable and Electronics in Connected Homes and Intelligent Buildings CABA Board of Directors * Printable and Electronics in Connected Homes and Intelligent Buildings

CABA and CPEIA White Papers CABA and CPEIA White Papers

White Paper Overview 1. Educate the CABA membership on emerging research, information, and challenges White Paper Overview 1. Educate the CABA membership on emerging research, information, and challenges in the Intelligent & Integrated Building industry. 2. Improve the quality and credibility of white paper research via a peerreview process. 3. Foster idea sharing in accordance with anti-trust laws, which could lead to new CABA research and collaborations. 4. Support companies and individuals in the production of white papers through: a) The formation of volunteer working groups made up of ‘Subject Matter Experts’. b) A formal review process that provides direction, insight, feedback, and credibility. c) The identification of a suitable author(s) if required. * Printable and Electronics in Connected Homes and Intelligent Buildings

PE and Connected Homes Authors • Ajit Pardasani (National Research Centre of Canada) • PE and Connected Homes Authors • Ajit Pardasani (National Research Centre of Canada) • Michael Tischler (Cooledge Lighting Inc. ) • Cecile Venet (Schneider Electric SA) • David Katz (Sustainable Resources Management) * Printable and Electronics in Connected Homes and Intelligent Buildings Working Group • Greg Walker (CABA) • Kirk Hutton (Tangio Printed Electronics) • Leo Valiquette (CPEIA) • Peter Kallai (CPEIA) • Florence Delange (Schneider Electric) • Florent Lefèvre (L'Université du Québec à Montréal) • George Xiao (National Research Council Canada)

PE and Intelligent Buildings Authors • Benjamin Freas (Navigant Research) • Michael Tischler (Cooledge PE and Intelligent Buildings Authors • Benjamin Freas (Navigant Research) • Michael Tischler (Cooledge Lighting Inc. ) • Stephen Brown (CSA Group) • Noah Goldstein (Navigant Research) * Printable and Electronics in Connected Homes and Intelligent Buildings Working Group • Mo Salahuddin (National Research Council Canada) • Thomas Ducellier (National Research Council Canada) • Vlad Skorokhod (Xerox Research Centre of Canada) • Christopher Larry (exp. US Services, Inc. ) • Gaozhi Xiao (National Research Council Canada) • Greg Walker (CABA) • Ken Wacks (Ken Wacks Associates) • Leo Valiquette (CPEIA)

Printable Electronics in Connected Homes Printable Electronics in Connected Homes

What are connected Homes • Renewable energy harvesting and storage systems to generate and What are connected Homes • Renewable energy harvesting and storage systems to generate and store the energy insitu, thus reducing the energy draw from the grid. • A wireless network and control system, including a set of smart sensors to monitor security, energy use, and occupant comfort. Algorithms in the control system are programmed to optimize comfort, energy usage and cost savings. • Remote access that enables homeowners to access and control their home systems from anywhere with a wireless device such as a smartphone. • Dynamic facade components that continuously adjust solar shading to improve daylight utilization and to reduce cooling loads while simultaneously increasing the occupant comfort. • Insulation, ventilation systems, including a set of distributed sensors that can control the energy outflow and at the same time maintain a high quality in-door environment. • Next-generation OLED lighting technologies based on PE that use significantly less energy, and that can be networked with sensors to direct light where needed and reduce light where less is required, or turn off lights based on occupancy sensors. • Wearable systems that monitor the activity levels and health indicators of the occupants and operate as part of the connected home environment. (Not discussed in detail in this white paper. ) * Printable and Electronics in Connected Homes and Intelligent Buildings

Energy Management with PE in Home • Smart glass and appliance control panels • Energy Management with PE in Home • Smart glass and appliance control panels • Photovoltaics for harvesting energy from sidings, windows, roofs. • Integration with artificial lighting * Printable and Electronics in Connected Homes and Intelligent Buildings

Monitoring the Home Through PE • Pressure sensor to measure ice and snow weight Monitoring the Home Through PE • Pressure sensor to measure ice and snow weight on roofs • Sensing moisture in the gypsum board, wall assemblies, or attic. For example, Sensible Solutions Sweden AB has developed a humidity sensing system that uses pairs of standard RFID inlays. • Detecting very slow water leaks behind the walls • Sensing and recording the maximum temperature reached during a fire • Sensing moisture in insulated glazing units for windows * Printable and Electronics in Connected Homes and Intelligent Buildings

Monitoring the Home Through PE • Sensing displacement in the structural element to monitor Monitoring the Home Through PE • Sensing displacement in the structural element to monitor the strain or permanent damage • Sensing temperature when concrete is curing • Sensing critical damage to the infrastructure element such as the foundation and the footing. • Sensing the onset of corrosion in concrete beams and columns • Sensing vacuum failure in Vacuum Insulation Panels (VIP) * Printable and Electronics in Connected Homes and Intelligent Buildings

Lighting Shift Philips Smallwood, Strategies in Lighting Conference, Las Vegas, NV, Feb 2015 * Lighting Shift Philips Smallwood, Strategies in Lighting Conference, Las Vegas, NV, Feb 2015 * Printable and Electronics in Connected Homes and Intelligent Buildings

Lighting and Lighting Controls • The evolution of lighting (LED and OLED) • Productivity Lighting and Lighting Controls • The evolution of lighting (LED and OLED) • Productivity and wellness • OLEDs and printed lighting * Printable and Electronics in Connected Homes and Intelligent Buildings

Printable Electronics in Intelligent Buildings Printable Electronics in Intelligent Buildings

What are Intelligent Buildings and Factors that Accelerate their Adoption Navigant Research forecasts that What are Intelligent Buildings and Factors that Accelerate their Adoption Navigant Research forecasts that building automation system (BAS) revenues will grow from $58 billion US in 2013 to $91. 9 billion US in 2023, globally. Does not capture the additional value that advanced sensors and controls, enabled with new technologies such as printable and flexible electronics, will bring to commercial office space. Factors that accelerate adoption in intelligent buildings * Printable and Electronics in Connected Homes and Intelligent Buildings

Intelligent Buildings * Printable and Electronics in Connected Homes and Intelligent Buildings Intelligent Buildings * Printable and Electronics in Connected Homes and Intelligent Buildings

Printable electronics Energy Management PV in Building Envelop • Retrofit compatible • Low cost Printable electronics Energy Management PV in Building Envelop • Retrofit compatible • Low cost • 1 -2 years Temperature sensing • • * One per zone at least Global market if 10 M units (Navigant Research) more inputs and more control 5+ Years Printable and Electronics in Connected Homes and Intelligent Buildings

Printable electronics and fire Occupancy Sensors • Minimize loss of life • Robust Operation Printable electronics and fire Occupancy Sensors • Minimize loss of life • Robust Operation in fire • 1 -2 years Secondary Fire Sensors • Minimize impact of fire • Robust operations in fire • 5+ years Light the way out. * Printable and Electronics in Connected Homes and Intelligent Buildings

PE Security and Access Displays • Remote Monitoring • Printable back plane is challenge PE Security and Access Displays • Remote Monitoring • Printable back plane is challenge • 5 Years Printable Batteries • • $460 M market (IDTech. EX) Lightweight, cheap, flexible Disposable power supply Commercially Available Bio-metrics • • * Wearable ID No physical ID needed Reliable Commercially Available Printable and Electronics in Connected Homes and Intelligent Buildings

Final Word Final Word

Meshing it all together – Communications Protocols * Printable and Electronics in Connected Homes Meshing it all together – Communications Protocols * Printable and Electronics in Connected Homes and Intelligent Buildings

Final Word • Conserve energy, harvest green energy, increase occupant comfort and wellness, and Final Word • Conserve energy, harvest green energy, increase occupant comfort and wellness, and manage a connected home’s systems from anywhere, at any time. • Corporate and government research is already underway to bring PE solutions to market. Advanced technologies like PE can help future concepts become real. Invisible sensors, flat batteries, embedded displays – these are all futuristic ideas that we will see in commercial buildings. * Printable and Electronics in Connected Homes and Intelligent Buildings

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