Automated Auditing and Continuous Commissioning of Next Generation Building Management Systems

Project: Research

Project Details


The project addresses increasing demands for energy efficiency, comfort and safety in the construction sector. The project develops and demonstrates an innovative software for automated auditing and continuous commissioning of buildings for better energy efficiency, lower operating costs and emissions.

This project is driven by industry and customer needs. It responds to the increasing demands for energy efficiency, comfort, and safety in the buildings sector. The project brings together academic researchers, industrial companies and public partners, to develop and demonstrate an innovative first-its-kind software for automated BMS auditing and continuous building
commissioning. The proposed software will aid design, development and operation of next generation building management systems. The project builds on an online building energy
performance monitoring and evaluation tool developed by us and which will be combined with a holistic process for building management systems auditing and commissioning within the
developed software solution. The developed software will be implemented and demonstrated in four case studies. Implementing the proposed solution, customers and building owners will have buildings with better energy efficiency, lower operation costs and less emissions.
Effective start/end date01/09/201930/09/2022

Collaborative partners

  • Schneider Electric Denmark (Project partner)
  • ReMoni (Project partner)
  • Sweco Danmark A/S (Project partner)
  • Odense University Hospital (Project partner)
  • Capital Region of Denmark (Project partner)
  • SDU Center for Energy Informatics (lead)


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