Multidisciplinary Collaboration Platform for User-adapted, Sustainable Building Operation

Pre-study investigating how to establish a multidisciplinary collaboration platform for user-adapted, sustainable building operation management

This project is a pre-study aimed at investigating the boundary conditions for establishing a multidisciplinary collaboration platform for user-adapted, sustainable building operation management with focus on indoor climate and energy performance. The study aims to map leading players, networks and projects within relevant disciplines; explore research, education, information, innovation, innovation and demonstration needs; analyse suitable organization and operations formats; and prepare a grant application for instituting the platform.

Application area: Smart Cities

Partners: Malmö University, Royal Institute of Technology, Chalmers, HSB Living Lab, Lund University, Blekinge Institute of Technology, RISE, Installationsföretagen, National Renovation Center, Stockholm City, Vasakronan, Akademiska Hus, Skanska, NCC, Novotek, Equa Solutions, AMEM Konsulter, Helenius and White Arkitekter.

Project period: 2017–2018

Funding: The project is funded by Energimyndigheten.

Contact: The project is coordinated by the Royal Institute of Technology and IOTAP is represented by Paul Davidsson.

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