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The team consists of students Faculty of Information Technologies of NSU Daria Kolomnikova, Ilya Merzlyakov, Alexey Sychev, student EFaculty of Economics of NSU Igor Uchanov and NSTU student Maxim Nerlikh. The Technology Olympiad was held at Tomsk Polytechnic University. 29 students from Tomsk, Moscow, Krasnoyarsk Territory, the Republic of Tatarstan, St. Petersburg, Novosibirsk, Tyumen regions, and the Republic of Udmurtia took part in the profile finals.

— During the Olympiad, we not only implemented our existing skills, but also learned a lot of new things, improved our teamwork skills, and also saw many familiar faces, since for most participants it is already a tradition to visit Tomsk every year with the goal of winning the finals. Our team “cfeee1e5e4e00a” has been participating (with minor changes in composition) since 2020, that is, this was already the fifth final and the third time in the status of winners,” said Daria Kolomnikova.

Participants had to present their version of an intelligent heating system – a hardware and software complex capable of controlling, redistributing and optimizing heat consumption.

— Intellectualization of the fuel and energy complex (FEC) and engineering infrastructure is one of the main directions in the development of “smart” cities. In the field of heat supply, technical and organizational transformations are taking place along the entire technological process chain: “generation – transport – consumption of thermal energy,” say the task developers.

In Russia and abroad, centralized heat supply systems of the fourth and fifth generations are actively developing. Such systems will be able to provide heat supply to buildings with low network losses and low energy consumption

— The task was to create a full-fledged system for monitoring room temperature and energy consumption using the example of one residential building. During the solution, it was necessary to implement a lot of components of the entire infrastructure, so the participants were given 3 days of work for 9 hours each. As a result, a web application was created that allowed users and administrators to regulate temperature conditions and energy consumption, work was done to create a mathematical model that made it possible to simulate heating and cooling of rooms in order to predict restrictions, and algorithms were also implemented on the ESP32 platform, allowing not only maintain a constant temperature, but also maintain the rate of heating and cooling, taking into account the use of simple heaters with constant power,” said Daria.

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