automation / control

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Experts report strong growth in the global construction robots’ market between 2015 and 2020, with further growth of more than 10% in the coming years.   Robotics can benefit construction and have been in our factories for many years. This technology is now appearing on building sites where the objective is to relieve workers from repetitive, strenuous, and unsafe tasks, thereby further improving workers' safety.  
Post date: 8 Giu 2021
Type: Evento

Concept and objectives:   5G is envisioned to be the first global technology standard that will address the variety of future use cases of the energy sector, by ensuring that both the radio and core network performance requirements can be met in terms of end-to-end latency, reliability and availability.  
Post date: 18 Gen 2021
Type: Link

Retrofitting Europe’s buildings for energy efficiency is not enough to slash the carbon footprint of the construction sector and cut emissions in time to meet the Paris climate agreement goals, according to Dr Catherine De Wolf, assistant professor of design and construction management at TU Delft in the Netherlands.   She says that we need to design buildings to make them recyclable – but doing this will require a fundamental restructure of the construction industry.  
Post date: 7 Gen 2021
Type: News

Energy demand for space cooling has more than tripled since 1990, making it the fastest-growing end use in buildings. Space cooling was responsible for emissions of about 1 GtCO2 and nearly 8.5% of total final electricity consumption in 2019.  
Post date: 2 Gen 2021
Type: Publication

Maksuton webinaari: Taloteknisten järjestelmien kyberriskit 28.1.2021 alk. klo 9.30.   Talotekniikan etähallittava automaatio altistaa kybervaikuttamiselle ja talotekniikan avulla mitattavissa olevista suureista voi johtaa tietoa rakennuksen toimivuuden lisäksi sen käyttäjien yksityisyyden suojaan kuuluvista asioista.  
Post date: 22 Dic 2020
Type: Evento

To support the Member States in implementing the revised Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD), eu.bac has created a compliance checklist for Building Automation and Control System requirements related to the mandatory capabilities listed in Art.14 and Art.15.   The checklist provides a necessary reference list and highly detailed tool for building owners and managers, compliance inspectors, building designers, installers and policymakers.  
Post date: 25 Nov 2020
Type: Evento

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Post date: 13 Nov 2020
Type: Evento

4,000+ Virtual Attendees  /  5 Co-Located Events  /  Virtual Conference Tracks  /  40+ Speakers  - 76% Director Level +   About the IoT Tech Expo Europe Virtual   Europe’s leading IoT conference & event series will become a fully virtual event for 2020. The free to attend online conference will take place on the 24-25th November 2020 and will cover two days of top-quality content and innovative thought leadership discussions encompassing the IoT ecosystem.
Post date: 23 Ott 2020
Type: Evento

Like all industries, construction has been shaken by the COVID-19 pandemic and is now being forced to adapt in order to operate in a heightened health and safety environment focused on social distancing. This disruption is fundamentally impeding conventional construction approaches and forcing even the most traditional companies to look for modern solutions. Now, promising digital technologies that have been struggling to break established construction markets are emerging as saviors of post-COVID construction.  
Post date: 9 Set 2020
Type: News

I wouldn’t call the first building I worked in very smart. My desk was in a low walled cube in the middle of the “cube city” surrounded by cinder block walls. The air quality depended on what section you were in, and the temperature varied every 20 feet. There were no crowd-based thermostats to keep everyone happy. Almost every air vent had a custom deflector taped on it to personalize the comfort of the one who applied it. If you were cold, your best option was to put on a sweater.   
Post date: 7 Ago 2020
Type: News