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WILSON introduces a comprehensive, scalable, and decentralized approach to management of building lifecycle data that is compatible and interoperable with existing building management practices. This is coupled with a suite of tools for both energy and non-energy applications, aiming to increase the availability of performance indicators relevant to the built environment and support the creation of new services and sustainable financing schemes.

To ensure integration and market adoption throughout the data lifecycle, WILSON is demonstrated in four different countries (Italy, Switzerland, the UK, and Spain) and across various building types (residential and non-residential). It significantly influences the European digitalization strategy, promoting data-driven practices throughout the entire lifecycle of buildings.

This approach will upgrade a total of 200,000 m² of buildings with WILSON solutions, reducing maintenance levels and related costs by up to 35%, while achieving the EU’s energy and environmental goals through more efficient buildings that improve occupant quality of life.

Our role

QUE's primary contribution is a methodology for the automated calculation of a building’s Smart Readiness Indicator (SRI) starting from BIM models provided by the Personal Data Hubs (PDHs). This facilitates a seamless integration of the SRI index into building energy performance assessments, particularly for those required by law to adopt or be constructed using BIM technologies. This automated workflow, which directly calculates an SRI score from the BIM model, supports and advances the corresponding policy objectives aiding in the digital and green transition.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon Europe Framework Programme for Research and Innovation under grant agreement no 101147267.

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