Project "Quantum"

Quality Control (© TUBS, IGS)

QUANTUM is a four year-long project, lasting until December 2019. The goal of the project is to develop and demonstrate pragmatic services and appropriate tools with high replication potential supporting quality management (QM) for building performance in the design, construction, commissioning and operation phase as a means to close the gap between predicted and actual energy performance in European buildings.

The gap in building performance is not caused by a lack of technology or conceptual intelligence but by a lack of quality.

This project will apply three innovative ICT‑driven tools to enable effective quality management in all relevant services within the building life cycle.

  • HPS/NG9 (by Energy Team, Italy)
    Cost effective and easy to install in-situ energy metering devices with online data analysis
  • Performance Test Bench (by SYNAVISION, Germany)
    First tool for the specification and automated validation of BMS functions using Active Functional Specifications (AFS)
  • Comfortmeter (by Factor4, Belgium)
    First completely web-based questionnaire for perceived user comfort

The core mechanism is to “design for testability” by specifying transparent performance targets with cost effective testing methodologies.




02.10.2018

QUANTUM video is online

1:25 minutes to get to know how QUANTUM is helping to close the performance gap in buildings.

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13.09.2018

Join QUANTUM at the REHVA Brussels Summit Conference “Smart buildings for smart users - implementing the new EPBD”

Date: Tuesday 13 November 2018, 9:15-16:30

Venue: pentahotel Brussels City Center, Chaussée de Charleroi 38, 1060 Brussels

Registration: free event, but registration is mandatory (see link below)

 

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11.06.2018

Comfortmeter surveys in 20 VDAB buildings in Belgium

Comfort conditions of 2800 employees in 20 VDAB office buildings across Flanders were analyzed through Comfortmeter surveys. This initiative well depicts the growing awareness of the role of comfort in office buildings.

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