Replication and exploitation plan including a set of special indicators to assess the process, outcome and impact of scaling up. A draft of the replication and exploitation plan is due month 12, with updates in months 18, and 36.
Description of the actions to be taken to communicate and extend the use of the business module
TripleA-reno Monitoring Protocol
A self-instruction guide for using the Open Platform
Report with the functional design of the morphological design functionality
Inventory of user groups with relevant properties for demo cases to be used in WP5.
Dissemination and Communication Plan including a set of special indicators to assess the process, outcome and impact of scaling up. Initial plan due month 6 with yearly updates (month 18 and 36)
System functional specification document
Report on architectural determinants of building performance describing a baseline on how architectural solutions can support overcoming the performance gap and be market drivers for occupants during the decision-making process.
Production and maintenance of website
Dissemination Material including: - Newsletters, each half year in months 6, 12, 18, 24, 30, 36 - Brochures (M9 and M30) - Posters (M9) - Video (M18)
TripleA-reno corporate identity and project Visual Design including a project logo, modular style icons to express the different key issues in the project, templates for presentations and newsletters and a website eye-catcher as a recognition factor for all sub-websites.
Integration of existing BUILD UP Skills functionality within TripleA-reno, including self-inspection, enriched by adding life-long-learning ‘missions’ defined in the TripleA-reno Game-engine and served within the BUILD UP Skills advisor-app.
The proven measurements carrousel (database) with a gamified and based on visuals WIKI-approach, defining energy saving and sustainable energy producing measures.
Visualization of completed projects by web-based software showing the architectural value of solutions and quantifying the actual figures achieved according to the indicators developed in T 4.2
Database and API-functionality to facilitate implementation of quality certifications, identifying for each technology which professions and specialisms are involved in each phases, the needed skills, competences and descriptors, i.e. the related qualifications and which trainings, courses, learnings are available, connected to the measures in the proven measures/concepts carrousel.
Insertion of new DR projects into an assisted 3D graphics tool by web-based software and a module to create a new deep renovation project in a fast and simplified 3D model creation manner
Overall design and architecture of the TripleA-reno open gamified platform containing four elements: 1. a datahub for facilitating involved data-services and relevant personal data to intermediate between all connected tools and databases 2. a community portal for facilitating community interactions of all TripleA-reno users 3. the Game-engine for the gamified interactions in the community; 4. the TripleA-reno Co-design app that is the entry point for creation of renovation concepts and accessing the build up information about possible measures. The ininitial platform is due in M18. The platform will be finalized at M36
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Author(s): Davide Prati, Stefania Spiazzi,Gregor Cerinšek, and Annarita Ferrante
Published in: Sustainability, Special Issue Toward Smart Cities: Zero Energy Buildings, Issue 2020, 12(19), 8179, 2020, ISSN 2071-1050
Author(s): Simona D’Oca, Annarita Ferrante, Peter Op ‘t Veld, Nicolas Peraudeau, Christoph Peters, Roberta Pernetti, Oana Schippers-Trifan, Regis Decorme
Published in: Proceedings, Issue 20/1, 2019, Page(s) 11, ISSN 2504-3900
Author(s): Veronika Zavratnik, Dan Podjed, Jure Trilar, Nina Hlebec, Andrej Kos, Emilija Stojmenova Duh
Published in: Sustainability, Issue 12/10, 2020, Page(s) 3961, ISSN 2071-1050
Author(s): Gregor Cerinsek, Domen Bancic, Dan Podjed, Simona D’Oca, Jure Vetrsek, Slavko Dolinsek, Peter op’t Veld
Published in: E3S Web of Conferences, Issue 111, 2019, Page(s) 03026, ISSN 2267-1242