What is Simmitri?
Simmitri (SIM) is the energy saving built for the future. Born in a solar elite society known today as Simmitri (simmitri.com), with the mission to restore a "balance of power" and continue to strengthen their strong community relations at dawn of the 21st century. SIM is the economic bridge that will accelerate this relationship, providing a self-sustaining and decentralized network powered by artificial intelligence (AI), communicated through the Internet of Things (IoT) and audited by blockchain technology.
SIM is the cryptocurrency token generated from our "SimBox", designed to balance the power between the consumer, the prosumer, the innovators and the utilities. Each device acts as a node in our network - what we call the energy of things
- while SIM provides the currency that will compensate users according to the improvement of the performance of buildings.
The energy conservation efforts inside the building generate negative kilowatt hours of "kilowatts" that turn into an automatic production of SIM tokens that can be used for your economic benefit. You can program the SimBox to alert for manual control, or the built-in AI software can automatically meet your energy saving needs while focusing on the finer things in life.
In one way or another, SIM encourages consumers and consumers to reduce individual energy consumption, distribute it to those who need it, and lighten the footprint we all carry on Mother Nature.
Get paid to participate
The platform will use smart contracts on the Ethereum block chain to increase transparency and Ai automation. Because the blockchain is used to store user information and power consumption per device, it also runs parameters and launches various performance-based gamification actions, allowing users to instantly earn a respectable income and exchange their cryptocurrency in fiduciary money. to a debit card
Excellent customer service data
The collection of data points from our 4000+ customers has been critical in moving towards artificial intelligence as a new Simmitri service. When analyzing user behavior data with other energy forecast data points such as; time, weather, location, suppliers and many more, the data is starting to show us the best practices for conserving or producing energy. This provides a complete energy analysis, allowing participants to systematically generate the greatest rewards.
Put the AI in the electric charge panel
The Smart Box - powered by our Simi Artificial Intelligence - makes the SimBox a synchrophaser, a smart meter and a crpytocurrency drilling rig all in one. Ai measures the flow of electricity through the building network in real time, allowing users to actively manage and avoid disruptions and detect inefficiencies. Network sensors communicate with the grid and change the use of electricity during peak hours, which reduces network workload, lowers prices and compensates our customers.
Part of Simmitri Token Economy
1. Investment in the modernization of the network
Utilities, innovators and consumers are aware of the outdated infrastructure that makes up our network. The dynamics of US public programs have become widespread not only for incentives and tax credits, but also for stimulus grants aimed at modernizing the network and implementing new unique innovations that prove reliable and sustainable. . The Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability (OE) has managed $ 3.4 billion in recent years to help the entire network in its reliability and efficiency efforts to accelerate the deployment of advanced technologies similar to those developed by Simmitri. In addition, the Department of Energy (DOE) joined the movement in 2016 with the Network Modernization Initiative (GMI), an effort to create strategic alliances to resolve reliability issues through a consortium of experts and leaders.
2. Investment in Blockchain + Energy
Over the past year, $ 324 million has been invested in blockchain projects in the energy sector. 5 Currently, more than 122 companies are working on the blockchain combination in an energy market in the United States and another 40 projects internationally. Simmitri is unique in this group of innovators because we create the only blockchain powered by AI in our energy solution. By saying this, there are currently only a handful of energy pieces that have paved the way for investment in these trading platforms. SIM Token will be among one of them.
3. Main market drivers
The Smart Grid market is expected to grow by 15% over the next two years. Investments that derive from technology that manages energy consumption and improves building performance are the main drivers of this market. The other major factor is customer engagement 6. Never before in the history of power management have consumers become so engaged in this sector.
Now, consumers are proactive and they buy HEMS products they can communicate with to find out what their energy wants and what they need to better serve themselves, their neighbors and the global network.
Another important factor to consider in driving the smart grid market is the need for distributed energy resources (DER). ERDs have been introduced in recent years as adoption of solar energy and storage became more prevalent in residential markets. Now, the smart grid can rely on a small percentage (about 10%) of consumers to generate their own energy from their own investments and actively participate not only in the production of energy for their own building, but also in sales energy. at the gate.
Smart Grid Energy Problems
1. Challenges of the market segment
In the utilities sector, the slow growth in solar energy is expected to continue in 2017 and 2018, before picking up in 2019, with utilities focusing on projects that will be commissioned in 2019 or later. Some projects were delayed as potential customers were reluctant to sign power purchase agreements until the business case was resolved. The commercial sector appears to have long-term potential, as energy managers in various industries are better informed about the opportunities offered by solar energy, and more efficient financing structures are emerging.
2. Consumer-specific issues
Consumers can not perform their own energy audits in real time. In addition, they are not able to review the device's energy-efficient options for auditing and are bound by the utility's rules and costs. Finally, consumers are not sensitized enough to become energy efficient. However, consumers are interested in controlling their energy costs.
3. Adoption problems of the company
As utilities face disruptive changes on many fronts, they seek to transform their business models to adapt to changing market trends. But while utilities know that their current models must change, it's easier said than done. Public service executives' attitudes towards business model reform have remained relatively constant over the last year. For the second year in a row, state regulatory models and the integration of emerging technologies are at the top of the list of barriers to the evolution of utility business models. Consumer costs and internal resistance to change completed the first four, although respondents were more concerned about the cost of change this year than in the past. The reforms of the utility model are being monitored and facilitated by the state's regulatory boards, so it is not surprising that respondents have consistently identified them as an obstacle to change.
Simmitri Network Solution
Distributed Energy Resources (DER)
Distributed Energy Resources (DER) are electricity producing resources or controllable loads that are directly connected to a local distribution system or connected to a host facility in the local distribution system. During periods of high energy demand and when the network is constrained, utility company 19 sends Simmitri Cloud a request for all customers to reduce consumption as a response initiative to the Simmitri Cloud. the demand.
Simmitri provides tools for current utility and government energy savings to programs to be more efficient and effective by significantly affecting the time imbalance between peak demand and renewable energy generation, also called "duck curve"
Energy Management Systems (HEMS)
In our research, we found that the only real way to synergize customer / utility / innovator and efficiently distribute energy throughout the building of a standard (regardless of the brand chosen) was to update the load panel electric and inaugurate it in the 21st century. In this effort, Simmitri has essentially started creating its own HEMS product (or BEMS), calling it the "SimBox". This smart box is what was needed to enable consumers to always enjoy the HEMS services they prefer, while using third-party data to integrate through an application programming interface (API) to analyze and prepare smarter scenes. .
The SimBox connects to the smart socket or any HEMS device that determines the settings needed to be energy efficient. The data is absorbed from the backend database of the device and is used to determine the power supply. If the settings are complete and the smart contract is executed, the user receives the SIM card and its profile.
Simmitri Cloud Exchange
Simmitri is now able to facilitate an economy in which conservation, production and demands interact effectively. The growing trend of the energy market is in a peer-to-peer decentralized model, while consumers can participate in a commercial economy to meet their energy needs. As we identify projects that create trade for consumers in order to buy and sell CERs and carbon offsets, Simmitri's advantage would be to find a solution to a more automated, no-confidence system that the blockchain would solve.
Simmitri operates three main hardware solutions in this economy. Starting with the electric charge panel, the "SimBox" performs a continuous energy audit of each circuit and possible distribution point sending a signal through the circuit wires and reads a unique electrical signature of each circuit, similar to a fingerprint . The smart plug "SimSocket" then sends a return to the SimBox. This allows a grid to be monitored and subjected to advanced automation. The Simmitri Power Station, or "SimStation", is a micro-grid power plant that allows you to generate electrons and send them back to the grid. These products will learn and automate the most efficient ways to produce Negawatts by managing power consumption in real time, which is beneficial for demand reduction and network stabilization.
Simi uses the recurrent neural network (RNN) to process the text and to discover the intent (for example, an action to be taken, information, etc.) RNN categorizes the intent and fills out the concepts necessary to complete the request of the energy demand. If the request is ambiguous, contradictory or if other information is needed, it will simply ask for the information it needs to perform its task. Supporting the images for more context will be useful and can be done by forming a convolutional neural network (CNN) to map the images to the same concepts as the RNN.
Concepts can be formed to match word embeddings (both reside in the same dimensional space). This would allow the concepts of knowledge to correspond directly to the words. In this way, it will be easier for Simi to match words to concepts, and images could also be translated into concepts. Simi also uses k-means clustering to find the clusters (categories) of the concepts of knowledge, and so it has a man-readable way of "understanding" the memory of the AI. As Simi consumes data points from HEMS devices and the network, she unpack what she believes (referrals) will be the most energy efficient treatment protocol for the user.
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