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EINSTEIN, one of our funded Research and Development projects is nearing the end of its second year, bringing us to the half way mark. And excitingly we’re starting to see some really interesting results.
EINSTEIN is a Marie Curie Industry-Academia Partnerships and Pathways (IAPP) project, where knowledge is shared between Industry and Academic partners through a number of staff exchanges. The aim is to encourage entrepreneurship and to help to turn creative ideas into innovative products and processes.
Together with our project partners Trinity College Dublin (TCD), the aim of EINSTEIN is to formulate and integrate a number of advanced building control strategies. Controls which will not only eradicate errors between ‘as-built’ and ‘as-designed’ conditions but also include predictive analysis of how the building needs to perform, taking into account future weather predictions and occupant use.
From the work we’ve done to date, we’re starting to get see some really interesting results in relation to the three algorithms in development (fault detection, prediction and optimisation).
The results and key findings in project to date will be presented and discussed by the project team members as part of the Operational Energy Management of the Built Environment Seminar that IES is hosting with Trinity in the Guinness Storehouse on the Wednesday 18th November.
Plus, you can find out more about EINSTEIN on the project website. Keep checking back as we’re developing a new results section to keep you updated on progress as it’s made.
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