Pubblicato l’articolo scientifico “Key Enabling Technologies per la valutazione dell’efficienza energetica e della qualità dell’aria indoor negli edifici” realizzato da ricercatori UNIBAS nell’ambito delle attività progettuali di IBIS ECO.
The use of nanotechnology and advanced materials in buildings is a very important source of innovation for the development of digital and low-cost sensors based on IoT – Internet of Things and KET – Key Enabling Technologies algorithms. The integration of sensors in buildings aims to develop Smart Energy Analytics models that can optimise both energy performance and indoor comfort, including Indoor Air Quality – IAQ. The complex research and development project called “IBIS ECO – IoT-based Building Information System for Energy Efficiency & Comfort” is part of this framework.
The integration of traditional systems with multi-layer sensors has several objectives, including: the reduction of energy demand; the dynamic analysis of indoor and outdoor environmental parameters; the development of Predictive Maintenance; the improvement of indoor comfort and air quality by limiting the spread of diseases related to confined environments (Building-Related Illness – BRI and Sick Building Syndrome – SBS); informing and raising awareness of the automation of building technology systems (Building & Automation Control System – BACS), in line with the European directive on Smart Readiness Indicators – SRI (2018/844/EU EPBD).
Antonello Pagliuca, Donato Gallo (DEPARTMENT OF EUROPEAN AND MEDITERRANEAN CULTURES, UNIVERSITY OF BASILICATA)
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L’articolo è consultabile nella Pubblicazione “In Transizione: sfide e opportunità per l’ambiente costruito – Colloqui.AT.e.2023“