Duration: 1/10/2020 – 30/09/2023
Modular Big Data Applications for Holistic Energy Services in Buildings
Data-driven services aiming to increase energy efficiency in buildings rely on technological advancements such as the Internet of Things (IoT), Big Data, artificial intelligence and distributed computing. However, there are barriers that prevent the exploitation of such technologies, one example being the lack of interoperability among heterogeneous static, building automation and IoT dynamic data sources and ontologies. The EU-funded MATRYCS project will deliver Big Data applications that provide comprehensive energy efficiency services in buildings and improve building operation and infrastructure design. An open reference architecture for smart energy efficient buildings will be created to align advanced architecture and vocabularies, allowing B2B sovereignty. The methodology will preserve multi-party data exchange and provide full interoperability of Big Data enablers with smart buildings standards. The project consortium gathers 18 partners from 10 European countries, and it is coordinated by the company Engineering Ingegneria Informatica spa from Italy.