The ExcEED platform experience: a peek into the user’s perspective

Sep. 27, 2019

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The H2020 ExcEED project launched its collaborative platform that gathers, categorises, visualises and benchmarks multiple building data. As users add their buildings’ monitoring data, the platform transforms this data into knowledge using energy performance indicators and air quality surveys. This, in turn, benefits building users all well as other stakeholders from the building sector and civil society by improving the efficiency of buildings.

What is the overall user experience with the ExcEED platform? Which benefits can the user get? Why the ExcEED platform can be the innovative benchmarking platform that could really make the difference when it comes to boosting the energy performance of the EU building stock? We asked all these questions to the very first user of the platform, Hoval, heating and air conditioning solutions producer and ExcEED partner. Their headquarters building, Casa Hoval, is the demonstraton case of the project, used to test the platform and its tools. In this interview, Mihai Bodea, Product Engineer for Digital Services and Platforms at Hoval, stresses the usefulness of the platform’s Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and benchmarking tools, that allow not only to convert the information from the company’s own products into knowledge but also to both analyse and optimise new and existing buildings.

Read the full interview, available in English, French, Germany and Italian.

 

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European UnionThis project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 723858. Disclaimer: The sole responsibility for the content of this material lies with the authors. It does not necessarily represent the views of the European Union, and neither EASME nor the European Commission are responsible for any use of this material.

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