A workshop on smart building, jointly organized by OrbEEt, took place in MadridCesar Truco
The workshop titled “Empowering cities: Innovative strategies for Smart buildings and citizens” took place on the 24th of January and was hosted in the space of Impact Hub, Madrid. There about fifteen entities showcased the new solutions they have developed in the fields of ICTs and energy efficiency, in order to reduce the energy consumption of buildings. The workshop was co-organized, among others, by OrbEEt and Solintel M&P and was attended by more than 100 people.
Ian Dunwell, from Coventry University, a partner in the Consortium, participated in the session on Innovative approaches and solutions for low energy buildings, during which, he also carried out a presentation on the Behavioral Change Framework implemented in the OrbEEt Project.
The second half of the workshop consisted of roundtables focusing in the different topics from the next calls of the current Horizon 2020 program, where the participants were able to share projects ideas.