Optimisation of operations
The performance of buildings or energy systems in districts often lags clearly behind the targets set during the planning phase. This is comprehensible, as today’s buildings and innovative energy systems in districts are becoming increasingly complex. These are mostly individually designed and constructed prototypes, whose commissioning requires a phase of intensive adjustment and optimisation.
Innovative buildings increasingly use new and complex building automation systems. At the same time, the demands on user comfort and availability are increasing. In order to enable energy-efficient operation under these conditions, new methods and tools are required to enable the building management to optimally operate the technical systems.