On October 1, the world exhibition EXPO 2020 started in Dubai, where the Estonian pavilion will also introduce the research works of Tallinn University of Technology. Watch the video about the real-time building performance audit.
Buildings today are responsible for half of the world’s energy consumption. The future city can do better. The solutions developed at the Tallinn University of Technology have given Estonia a leading role in the construction of near-zero energy buildings, and the renovation of existing residential buildings. In Estonia, all buildings connected to the DigiAudit platform include the real-time monitoring of energy use, and the automatic analysis of data received. This will ensure the heating, cooling and ventilation systems are always working optimally, and that any problems are resolved quickly. And this will give energy-efficient houses an idela indoor climate.