Session summaries from: Study circle on The Use of Data in The Built Environment – Challenges and opportunities

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Abstract

This study circle outlines ten learning goals from a series of sessions to enhance the participants' knowledge in utilizing smart meter data, initial data treatment, neural networks, occupant detection, occupant-centric building control, fault detection and diagnosis (FDD), and IoT, in the building sector. The ten individual sessions aimed to provide insights into the challenges and opportunities in utilizing smart meter data and exploring the potential of occupant-centric building control. The sessions also delve into FDD in district heating networks and building systems, the practical challenges of identifying occupant preferences from behavior monitoring, and the industry's perspective on data application in the building sector. Participants have gained knowledge of these topics' practical challenges and opportunities and explored potential synergies with their respective Ph.D. projects.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Publikationsdato18 mar. 2023
UdgiverDepartment of the Built Environment, Aalborg University
Antal sider11
StatusUdgivet - 18 mar. 2023
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Nummer60
ISSN1901-7308

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