The STORM project tackles energy efficiency at district level by developing an innovative district heating & cooling (DHC) network controller. The project partners have developed a controller based on self-learning algorithms, which is currently experimented in the two STORM demo sites.
The developed controller will enable to maximise the use of waste heat and renewable energy sources in DHC networks.
The STORM project is funded by the European Union’s H2020 Programme.
Post date: 6 Dec 2016
Post date: 11 Nov 2016
26 October 2016
by Benedict O'Donnell
Original article: https://horizon-magazine.eu/article/not-just-pok-mon-prepare-augmented-reality-deluge_en.html
Post date: 28 Oct 2016
The Energy Efficiency Buildings Clusters Activities Coordination Action (EeB-CA2) organises a matchmaking event on 18 November 2016 in Brussels, Belgium. The event aims to gather innovative stakeholders, from the planning office and research partners of EU projects over manufacturers to municipalities and investors, from across Europe along the whole value chain of energy-efficient buildings and building technologies.
Post date: 4 Oct 2016
Lessons from the Field, Vision to the Future
Intelligent efficiency holds the promise of substantially reducing energy use while transforming many energy-using markets. Achieving this outcome requires collaboration among the efficiency, technology, and user communities. These communities are largely distinct, and few opportunities have existed to date for the energy efficiency and technology communities to interact. Past interactions have been limited to speakers from one community addressing assemblies of the other.
Post date: 12 Sep 2016
In the actual era of smart homes and smart grids, advanced technological systems that allow the automation of domestic tasks are developing rapidly. There are numerous technologies and applications that can be installed in smart homes today. They enable communication between home appliances and users, and enhance home appliances’ automation, monitoring and remote control capabilities.
Post date: 4 Aug 2016
The advent of IoT increase considerably the potential number of smart devices collecting data, resulting in an additional level of complexity for facility managers.
Analytics solutions effectively manage the new state of information overload, identifying and focusing on key information and problems on real basis.
Post date: 3 Aug 2016
On June 24, IBM’s Watson Internet of Things
hosted at leaders, industry experts and technologists at The Crystal in London to examine how IoT is shaping the way we design, construct, use, maintain and experience the buildings around us. One of the main focuses was the application of cognitive computing to smart buildings.
Nowadays building systems can provide an enormous amount of unstructured data on building operations. The challenge is using available information to improve and adapt building performances.
Post date: 21 Jul 2016
QUANTUM project aims to close the gap between actual and designed energy performances of buildings through Quality Management (QM).
The consortium organised its first successful workshop at CLIMA2016, the 13th REHVA World Congress held on 24th May in Aalborg.
Post date: 21 Jul 2016
REMOURBAN maps key smart characteristics of over 40 cities in 18 countries
With a wealth of insight and practical principals being generated by this project, REMOURBAN has worked to characterise and identify the cities which would be best placed to replicate and accelerate smart city innovation.
Post date: 20 Apr 2016