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The ERA Report presents the Industrial technology roadmap for circular technologies and business models has already named offsite production automation as a beneficial pathway toward Carbon-Zero circular construction industry. ISOCELL has been the vanguard of Industry 4.0 in the context of Thermal Insulation Installation.  
Post date: 10 Mar 2023
Type: Link

While smart buildings can enhance renovations, they also have a significant impact on energy performance and help to reduce energy consumption.
Post date: 2 Mar 2023
Type: News

The topic investigated in the year 2022 addressed education and upskilling. To reach the EU targets, the building sector must deliver a smarter, more flexible and resilient data-driven built environment. The built environment is increasingly embracing digital technologies, including control and automation systems, and as such is paving the way to smarter ways of managing our buildings and wider infrastructures.  
Post date: 10 Feb 2023
Type: Publication

The topic investigated in the year 2022 addressed data-driven indicators for smart buildings focusing on data-driven indicators related to smart buildings.   It addresses the following questions:  
Post date: 10 Feb 2023
Type: Publication

The topic investigated in 2022 addressed the smartness to reduce environmental impacts. The way we live in the built environment needs to become more sustainable - and even go beyond sustainability, towards “regenerative” buildings that will both restore and improve the natural environment (and humans likewise). Most of the environmental impacts of buildings are generated during the operation phase, the main impacts being on energy use (fossil fuels) and climate change.  
Post date: 10 Feb 2023
Type: Publication

The topic investigated in year 2022 addressed Responsive end-user. Occupant behaviour has proven to significantly impact the energy consumption and indoor environment of buildings. The uncertainty caused by occupant behaviour accounts for a significant discrepancy between predicted and actual energy consumption, which can often reach 30%.  
Post date: 10 Feb 2023
Type: Publication

The topic investigated in year 2022 addressed smart building as enabler of new energy practices and communities with a focus on the grid-interacted, consumer-engaging building.   This White paper focuses therefore on the following questions:  
Post date: 3 Feb 2023
Type: Publication

The topic investigated in the year 2022 addressed Optimised building costs focusing on the interoperability requirements to ensure a seamless operation, as well as the optimisation in terms of building costs and reduction of environmental impacts, over the full life cycle.   
Post date: 3 Feb 2023
Type: Publication

The topic investigated in year 2022 addressed occupant-centric building for enhanced quality of life. The paper focuses the integration of smart building solutions with the aim to improve the comfort and health of occupants, but also the inclusiveness and accessibility of the building to people with more specific needs (elderly people, limited mobility, visually impaired, …).
Post date: 3 Feb 2023
Type: Publication

The SmartBuilt4EU project has set up four task forces investigating issues related to smart buildings: their objective is to identify the remaining challenges and barriers to smart building deployment, and the associated research and innovation gaps that should be addressed in the near future.   
Post date: 27 Jan 2023
Type: Publication