ECO-POP Smart Meter
The "ECO-POP" conceptual smart meter is designed mainly for students in the university dorm. This product adopted the engaging incentive method from psychological studies to encourage students to have sustainability concepts. 
Since students are immature in budget and are the main consumers of electronic applicants, they were among the high-energy consumption group. In the dorm, an additional issue was that all the rental, electricity and water costs were combined into a single residential payment. Students are unable to visualise how they use electricity or water. Furthermore, high-energy consumption devices such as heaters are sometimes used carelessly, and are left turned on over night. This increases power consumption considerably. Last but not least, students are the main purchasers of trendy small applicants, such as mobile phones, ipod, PSP, speaker, printers and laptops and so forth. These small devices are usually left recharged over time. From these many problems of young-adults' power consumption, I designed a single feature to the smart meter, which acts as an effective solution. 
 
 
The product illustrates various data, such as power consumption, CO2 generated, expense, and cost by range of time. Moreover, an additional EFPOS system could be combined into the smart meter.  
ECO-POP Smart Meter
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ECO-POP Smart Meter

The "ECO-POP" conceptual smart meter is designed mainly for students in the university dorm. This product adopted the engaging incentive method f Read More
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