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Development of intelligent models for realtime performance assessment of NZE settlements

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ZERO-PLUS project - Development of intelligent models for realtime performance assessment of NZE settlements


The monitoring and evaluation of the settlements’ performance is an essential part of the ZERO-PLUS project. Under the framework of the task “Intelligent models for performance assessment and reliability-centered maintenance” intelligent data processing models have been developed. The models are intended to be incorporated in the Web-GIS platform for performance assessment and increased reliability of the ZERO-PLUS case studies’ implementation.


The purpose of the present document is to provide an overview of the various types of intelligent models that have been developed for each level of the Web-GIS platform along with their selected method of development. The detailed description of the work performed for the development as well as for the implementation of the models is provided here.


This is the first version of the report. A second updated version will be released in June 2019.


To access the full report please click here.


The ZERO-PLUS project: “Achieving near Zero and Positive Energy Settlements in Europe using Advanced Energy Technology”, funded under the EC H2020 program, aims at the development and implementation of a comprehensive, cost-effective system for Net Zero Energy (NZE) settlements. The system is composed of innovative solutions for the building envelope, for building energy generation and management, and for energy management at the settlement level. The developed solutions will be implemented in four different demonstration projects throughout the EU, with varying climates and building types. The results of their implementation will be monitored and analysed. More information can be found at: