The connected home is becoming more and more important in our day-to-day life, especially when any home can become a smart home without having to spend large amounts of money and without complex installations. And now it’s Schneider Electric the company that, coinciding with the CES 2021, offers us your new proposal.
Schneider Electric has presented Wiser Energy Center, a system that allows to distribute, store and control through the mobile and with the help of Artificial Intelligence, the energy we consume at home, offering significant energy savings.
Looking to save and use clean energy
A system that the company advertises can be easily and cheaply installed in homes and controlled through an application from the mobile. With this system you can control electric heating, kitchen appliances, electric vehicle charging, consumption in real time … and the system itself will be in charge of making the appropriate decisions at all times thanks to AI-based software.
The Wiser Energy Center controls all the energy needs of connected devices in the home with the help of AI-enabled algorithms. The goal is to make homes more sustainable by allowing consumers to manage how energy is distributed in the home.
The Wiser Energy Center groups together the energy meter, the solar converter, a battery to continue the energy supply after a power failure, and a remote controller for smart home connections. Manages the energy consumed by prioritize the use of sustainable energy (shifts from traditional to renewable), ensuring that the most energy consuming devices are sourced from sustainable sources.
For its operation, the system takes into account multiple elements, case of the weather, the climate, the contracted energy rate, consumption patterns … storing large amounts of solar energy for emergencies. A power bank that allows all devices to work in case traditional power sources are not available.
In addition, Wiser Energy Center seeks to improve safety and can alert residents to the risk of electrical failure, electrical surges to wiring problems and overcurrent.
Price and availability
Schneider Electric’s Wiser Energy Center will be available in France and Spain this year and will soon be available in other European countries.
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