Analysis of the characteristics of an intelligent environmental control system for a university campus
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university
environmental pollution
environmental control system

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Veintimilla AndradeJ. G., Bajaña EgasJ. G., Veintimilla AndradeM. A., & Sanchez OrtizK. L. (2022). Analysis of the characteristics of an intelligent environmental control system for a university campus. Universidad Ciencia Y Tecnología, 26(113), 113-122. https://doi.org/10.47460/uct.v26i113.577

Abstract

On a daily basis, universities carry out a set of activities within their different campuses, which eventually generate an environmental impact. Due to this, a change of vision is necessary as part of the university environment, generating an effective social conscience taking into account social, environmental, and economic aspects. The analysis of a general technical proposal of the components that an environmental management system must include is proposed, based on ideas of an intelligent campus, taking into account environmental indicators that can be obtained through the implementation of technology. Finally, a look at the current regulations and models on environmental management is made and a set of stages is established that the system itself must go through in order to establish attainable objectives in the short and long term, through the implementation of indicators such as air quality, management among others, making complimentary use of the technical proposal.

Keywords: University, environmental pollution, environmental control system.

https://doi.org/10.47460/uct.v26i113.577
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