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Thursday, October 17th, 2019

START-UP PROJECTS IN HOUSING AND COMMUNAL SERVICES: HOW ARE YOUNG DOMESTIC DESIGNERS SURPRISED?

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Housing and Public utilities JSC KazSattyZ JSC is working on support of Kazakhstani young start-up start-ups and business initiatives for the development and modernization of housing and communal services within the Year of Youth. The specialists of the innovative systems development with the use of advanced technologies have been involved in the Office of Research and Development (R and D) created by the Company. One of the finished products is a modern smart device for transferring energy resources to data servicing companies. The authors of the work are Kuanysh Kyrykbayev, a student at Demirel Suleyman University and a graduate of the Nazarbayev University, Zharkaskhan Kuanyshevich.

As explained by the developers, the data transfer algorithm is as follows: Using the pulse data from the computing, values are passed to the radiodemaker to convert data and convert pulses to digital values. Then the data is sent to the base station using the LoRaWAN or NB-IOT wireless radio frequency interface. After collecting all the data from the entire residential complex, the billing and energy efficiency indicators are sent to service companies.

The main difference from the competitors is the low cost of the modem, and hence introduction of the entire system of data transmission to the public. Availability of such “smart” devices maximizes the risk of errors in the calculation of accounts, ensures accuracy and transparency in the billing process, and saves utility bills at the expense of accounting of actual consumed resources. These radio modems can be plugged into the set-top boxes and can be used independently without the power off and without an Internet connection, and have digital anti-corrosion protection.

As reported in “Housing and Utilities of Kazakhstan”, such data transmission system will be used during the implementation of housing and utilities infrastructure. The data comes to the E-Shanqur Unified Information System and forms the basis of Big Data, thus generating a balanced energy production and consumption balance across the country and individual regions. This allows for efficient planning and allocation of resources, and is the basis for the transition to a “green” economy.

The data transfer system has been tested in one of the capital’s residential complexes. In the nearest future it is planned to be introduced into the apartment houses of Astana and then to other cities of Kazakhstan.

Source: MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY AND INFRASTRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN

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