QUE TECHNOLOGIES

CHRONICLE

Summary

CHRONICLE will be methodologically integrate ongoing initiatives, like EPCs, Level(s), SRI, under the umbrella of the Digital Building Logbook concept. Performance will be assessed by means of well-defined KPIs, based on both static (by design) as well as dynamic information (sensor measurements) appropriately tailored to different types of use and building lifecycle phases (new or existing buildings under refurbishment). Continuous monitoring and analysis of the actual building performance over its lifetime, will be based on a powerful digital twin framework. The proposed data availability and accessibility within CHRONICLE will extend the limits of the EU energy related policies while the aggregated EPC advanced information will facilitate efficient energy planning. To this end, CHRONICLE will allow all stakeholders to realize in quantified terms the short- and long-term impact of the project activities, from policy to practice, and across the whole building life cycle. It will therefore promote evidence-based impact assessment practices to support policy coherence, design of smart penalties and reward schemes towards motivating energy consciousness, while also paying attention to the voice of market stakeholders (AECs, ESCOs, FMs) but also building owners and tenants/occupants, who are directly impacted by future regulatory decisions.

Our role

Efficient data management constitutes a vital aspect of a holistic building assessment. QUE delivers the necessary common data space to ensure a smart, reliable and seamless data exchange, within the CHRONICLE ecosystem, addressing thus all the static and dynamic building information. QUE’s cloud-based data space functions under the umbrella of the open Building Information Modelling (BIM) framework to allow for transparent and effective collaboration between the involved partners and stakeholders.

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