Today I am pleased to announce that two more houses have been added to the Hourly Usage of Energy Dataset for Buildings in British Columbia (HUE). Read the paper in Elsevier's Data in Brief journal: doi.org/10.1016/j.dib.2019.103744 HUE can be freely downloaded from Harvard Dataverse: doi:10.7910/DVN/N3HGRN. Are you a BCHydro customer? Donate your hourly data for research.
Today I am pleased to announce the release of a new public dataset called the Hourly Usage of Energy Dataset for Buildings in British Columbia (HUE). There is an accompanying paper published in Elsevier's Data in Brief journal that describes the dataset in detail. Here is a brief summary: Having access to long-term consumption data from multiple houses help … Continue reading HUE Dataset Released!
Today I am pleased to announce the release of a new public dataset called the Rainforest Automation Energy Dataset (RAE). There is an accompanying paper that describes the dataset in detail. Here is a brief summary: Datasets are important for researchers to build models and test how well their machine learning algorithms perform. This paper presents … Continue reading RAE Dataset Released!
(Source: Disaggregated Homes: Announcing EPRI EU NILM 2016) We’re pleased to announce that the European Workshop on Non-intrusive Load Monitoring will be held on the 17-18th October 2016 in London, UK. This year’s workshop is a collaborative effort between the organisers of EU NILM 2014 and EU NILM 2015 and the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI). The aim of the … Continue reading Disaggregated Homes: Announcing EPRI EU NILM 2016
Just an another quick note: I just released the final program and proceedings for NILM 2016. All accepted papers for presentations and posters can now be downloaded and read. The TPC has accepted 13 papers for presentation and will the have a poster session with 11+ posters. George W. Hart (credited as being the founder of NILM research) … Continue reading NILM 2016 – Workshop Proceedings
Just a quick note: The program for NILM 2016 has now been posted at http://nilmworkshop.org/2016/NILM2016_Program.pdf. The TPC has accepted 13 papers for presentation and will the have a poster session with 12+ posters. George W. Hart (credited as being the founder of NILM research) and Lyn Bartram (world renowned eco-visualization researcher) will be our keynote speakers. The 3rd … Continue reading NILM 2016 – Workshop Program
The 3rd International Workshop on Non-Intrusive Load Monitoring (NILM) will be held in Vancouver, Canada from May 14 to 15, 2016. This year's venue will be the beautiful mountain top campus of Simon Fraser University (SFU) which is located in the neighbouring municipality of Burnaby. Last workshop was held June/ 2014 at the University of … Continue reading NILM 2016 – Submit Your Paper & Register
Well this morning at 9:00am I submitted my PhD Thesis for examination. Apparently the external examiner will write a report after reading it to determine if it is ready for the oral examination/defence. Here is the title, abstract, and keywords: REAL-TIME EMBEDDED LOW-FREQUENCY LOAD DISAGGREGATION Understanding how the electrical appliances and devices in a house … Continue reading PhD Thesis Submitted for Examination
I just learnt that the main paper I summated to IHTC was accepted titled "A Consumer Bill of Rights for Energy Conservation". Co-authors were: Laura Guzman Flores, Robyn Gill, Roger Alex Clapp, Lyn Bartram, and Bob Gill. So that is 2 papers accepted at the 2014 IEEE Canada International Humanitarian Technology Conference (IHTC) in Montreal, Canada from June … Continue reading A Consumer Bill of Rights for Energy Conservation
Last night I attended the 2014 IEEE Vancouver Section Annual General Meeting. What an amazing event! Leo Del Castillo the General Manager of Xbox Devices at Microsoft was the keynote speaker talking about Xbox One. The Kinect sensor is amazing! My poster was displayed last night at the Poster Session. I tried with success to make the poster … Continue reading NILM: What an algorithm can tell you about your energy consumption