Indoor Environment Design for Smart Buildings 

  • When: 28 May 2019
  • Where: Bucharest, Romania
  • Event type: Workshop

Venue: National Library of Romania, Bulevardul Unirii 22, București 030833
Meeting room: Celibidache

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Workshop no. 9, CLIMA 2019

Organiser & sponsor: HALTON 
Speakers: Prof. Arsen Melikov, Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Dr. Panu Mustakallio, Halton Oy, Prof. Risto Kosonen, Aalto University
Short description: This workshop presents and discusses the intelligent indoor climate technologies for smart buildings. The workshop focuses to non-residential buildings. It starts from the overall target of providing and ensuring wellbeing for building occupants.

The need for paradigm shift in generating indoor environment that complies with the needs of smart buildings is presented. Design options focused on providing indoor climate for single or group of occupants in smart buildings is discussed. In such buildings the design of indoor climate system sets boundaries for smart management of indoor conditions. Important question is how to assess indoor environment in future buildings. Current and future methods for control and assessment of indoor environment is presented and discussed.

The design of Halton Vario demand based indoor climate system for smart office building is introduced. This design enables flexible variable airflows in spaces with different needs, based on intelligent room units with sensors and user interfaces. The system responds to floor layout changes and operates in energy efficient manner. Case study of Halton Vario system in European research project LowUp is presented.

Room systems as a service platform for smart buildings is introduced. The performance of the concept is demonstrated in seven meeting rooms of an educational building. The main benefits of the novel, smart system compared to the standard ones are the improved monitoring of the ventilation system performance, enhanced controllability of indoor climate in energy efficient manner, and improved users’ perception on the indoor climate. Overview of the trends in smart management of indoor climate conditions with the Smart Readiness Indicator (SRI) for buildings as established by the European Union is presented.

There will be discussion and brainstorming of the subject between the presentations. 

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