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Project Description

Worldwide buildings consume about 40 percent of the overall energy resources and contribute to an average of 30 percent of the global carbon emission. Hence, technologies for improving the energy efficiency of buildings play an important role in the global fight against climate change.

 

The project’s aim is to improve the energy efficiency and indoor climate of medium to large sized commercial and public buildings by developing an integrated system solution that consists of 1) an IoT-enabled and cloud-based platform for monitoring and diagnostics of building energy performance and indoor climate quality, 2) a middleware software platform for cost-effective large-scale deployment of wireless sensors and gateways, and 3) an IoT network management platform for cost-efficient life-cycle maintenance of sensors and gateways.

 

The integrated system solution will be deployed and demonstrated in a 6000 m2 building in Aarhus, Denmark, and an 18000 m2 building in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. By choosing buildings located in different climate zones on different continents allows the developed system solution to be tested under realistic conditions for the international export market.

 

Project Summary
 Project period  January 1. 2021 to December 31. 2023
 Total budget  DKK 12.270.272
 Funding agency  EUDP and GLDK
 Organization Managing the Project  SDU Center for Energy Informatics
Project manager  Bo Nørregaard Jørgensen
 Additional Partners - Develco Products A/S
- Elbek & Vejrup A/S
- UNITEN
  

Last Updated 02.11.2021