Energy monitoring based on human activity in the workplace
Nur Hanim, Mustafa
Mohd Nor, Husain, Dato' Prof. Dr.
Mohamad Zoinol Abidin, Abd. Aziz
Mohd Azlishah, Othman
Mohd Fareq, Abd. Malek, Dr.
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Human behavior is the most important factor in order to manage energy usage. Nowadays, smart house technology offers a better quality of life by introducing automated appliance control and assistive services. However, human behaviors will contribute to the efficiency of the system. This paper will focus on monitoring efficiency based on duration time in office hours around 8am until 5pm which depend on human behavior atb the workplace. Then, the correlation coefficient method is used to show the relation between energy consumption and energy saving based on the total hours of time energy spent. In future, the percentages of energy monitoring system usage will be increase to manage energy in efficient ways based on human behaviours. This scenario will lead to the positive impact in order to achieve the energy saving in the building and support the green environment.