Plutinsus is joining this important initiative as a member of the Digital Building Twin cluster. The various IBPDI clusters cover the data that is related to the operation phase of a building. Such a comprehensive standard will drive innovation and reduce the cost to implement smarter buildings that are more energy-efficient and have a lower cost of maintenance.
I am excited to witness the new possibilities of online conferences and looking forward to novel ideas for the interactive data analysis of complex infrastructures such as smart buildings and smart districts.
Thanks Barry Swales for your efforts in making this work.
We are looking forward to participating in the Energy Hackdays 2020 that will take place at the Hightech Zentrum Aargau on August 28 & 29 2020. See for yourself what exciting challenges have been submitted.
The Energy Data Working Group has been officially kicked off at the Opendata.ch/2019 Forum in Berne on July 4, 2019. It’s goal is the exchange of ideas on how to increase the use of energy data among energy companies, politics, research group, private companies and interested individuals. The group will organize the annual Energy Data Hackdays as well as regular meetings with presentations about specific topics.
Plutinsus has been supporting the formation of the Energy Data Working Group and will continue to contribute to the various activities.
Wolfram was part of the project team “Algorithmische Erneuerungsplanung: Evaluation des Wertes und Einschätzung der Folgen von Infrastrukturhaltung für die Energieversorgung” that was sponsored by Eniwa at the Energy Hackdays 2019 that took place at the Hightech Zentrum Aargau on February 15 & 16, 2019.