Digital Built Environment

Establishing the foundations for a European Construction digitalization.

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BIGG

The project aims at demonstrating the application of big data technologies and data analytic techniques for the complete buildings life-cycle of more than 4000 buildings in 6 large-scale pilot test-beds, achieved by: 1) The Open Source BIGG Data Reference Architecture; 2) An interoperable buildings data specification, BIGG Standard Data Model 4 Buildings; 3) An extensible, open, cloud-based BIGG Data Analytics Toolbox of service modules for batch and real-time analytics that supports a wide range of services, new business models and support reliable and effective policy-making.

 

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22.09.2021

ECPPM2022 (14-16 September 2022, Trondheim). Submit your paper by 15 November 2021

NTNU will host ECPPM 2022, the 14th European Conference on Product & Process...[more]

22.09.2021

Benchmark study on "Mobility and Recovery in Europe: Impacts of the Covid-19 crisis"

The European Union Road Federation (ERF), the Confederation of International Contractors’...[more]

21.09.2021

SmartBuilt4EU will present its first White Papers at SP2021

Further to the open consultation process that was launched during this summer, valuable...[more]

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ECTP Conference (2-3 December 2021). Save the date!

About ECTP

ECTP was launched by the construction sector in October 2004 to develop new R&D&I strategies to improve competitiveness, meet societal needs and take up environmental challenges. It gathers around 140 member-organizations from the whole supply chain of the Built Environment.

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