SPHERE | Service Platform to Host and SharE REsidential data
Service Platform to Host and SharE REsidential data
Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme
2018 - 2022
SPHERE’s ultimate goal is the improvement and optimisation of buildings’ energy design, construction, performance, and management, reducing construction costs and their environmental impact while increasing overall energy performance.
- Performance-based procurement of parametric BIM based modular HVAC, roof and facade systems with advanced heating, ventilation concepts, and smart materials
- BimBots equipped with machine learning, and holistic algorithms will be able to choose better solutions for desired results, according to advanced data analysis and real data coming from monitoring
- Simulation capacity will reach high levels of accuracy thanks to repeatability coming from prefab, and accuracy of prediction of energy consumption thanks to correlation with real data.
- Built2SPEC tools for information will be used acoustics, thermal and geometry of the building itself.
- Digital Twin model of the building will be used by advanced software working background, including retrieved data from currently working buildings with the same technology
- Sphere solution will provide an open platform as a Service, for the cooperation of the whole stakeholders helping them to get better and cheaper results and also fewer deviations in the process of access to housing
- Buildings shortened construction time by 25% compared to current State of the art
- Construction cost reductions of at least 15% compared to current situation
- Reduction of the gap between predicted and actual energy consumption
- Reduction of CO2 by up to 25% of total life-cycle
- Improved indoor environment – Significantly improved integration of the value chain
- Contribution to new standards and regulations
Development and validation of environmental and sustainability platform, EPESUS
ISO 50001 standard integration to the energy management system
This project has received funding from the European Union’s H2020 research and innovaon
programme under Grant Agreement No 210504785.