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Additive Manufacturing Revolutionising Construction & Renovation: A Sustainable Paradigm Shift

Additive manufacturing (AM) has revolutionised the construction industry by allowing the fabrication of three-dimensional objects through layer-based material connections. With methods like selective laser sintering (SLS) and fused deposition modelling (FDM), AM can utilise various materials such as metals, composites, ceramics, and polymers, facilitating the creation of complex structural components with minimal waste. Particularly in concrete 3D printing, the market is booming, expected to reach $40 billion by 2027. Yet, challenges persist, including high equipment costs, labour shortages, and environmental concerns regarding material usage and energy consumption.

Unveiling the Data-Driven Transformation: Exploring Big Data and Analytics in Deep Renovation

By Samantha Schoenlank and Antonia Egli (Dublin City University) In our quest to explore the transformative impact of technology on the renovation and construction sectors,...

Unleashing the Potential of Digital Twins in Building Renovation

By Samantha Schoenlank and Antonia Egli (Dublin City University) This month, we continue to explore the transformative impact of technology on the renovation sector by...

Exploring the Frontiers of Building Performance Simulation in Deep Renovation Projects

Building simulation is a technique that uses computational, mathematical, and machine learning models to represent the physical characteristics, expected or actual operation, and control strategies of a building and its energy systems. The RINNO blog series on the recently published open access book ‘Disrupting Buildings: Digitalisation and the Transformation of Deep Renovation’ moves to Chapter 4: Building Performance Simulation this week with Asimina Dimara, Prof. Stelios Krinidis, Dr. Dimosthenis Ioannidis, and Dr. Dimitrios Tzovaras. Read on for a better understanding of the building performance simulation domain with significant use cases, widely used simulation tools, and the challenges for implementation.

Revolutionising Building Renovation through BIM and Emerging Technologies

The RINNO blog series on the recently published open access book ‘Disrupting Buildings: Digitalisation and the Transformation of Deep Renovation’ continues with a spotlight on Chapter 3: Building Information Modelling with Dr Omar Doukari, Prof Mohamad Kassem, and Prof David Greenwood. Read on to better understand the potential of building information modelling in deep renovation projects. For timely updates on this blog series, sign up to the RINNO newsletter or follow us on social media here.

The Power of Sensors in Building Construction, Deep Renovation, and Smart Buildings

The RINNO blog series on the recently published open access book ‘Disrupting Buildings: Digitalisation and the Transformation of Deep Renovation’ continues this week with a spotlight on Chapter 2: Embedded Sensors, Ubiquitous Connectivity and Tracking.

RINNO Expertise in European Thermo-Modernisation to Lead the Polish Renovation Wave

RINNO Expertise in European Thermo-Modernisation to Lead the Polish Renovation Wave RINNO partner, NAPE, boasts over 25 years of experience in energy consulting, popularising efficient...

RINNO: The Advantages of Blockchain in Deep Renovation Projects

In today's digital age, data security and trust are paramount. Blockchain technology has emerged as a revolutionary concept with potential extending far beyond financial...

RINNO Expertise in Implementing Passive House Standards Demonstrated at Greek Pilot Site

A simulation study on energy use in residential buildings is currently underway in Greece with RINNO partners Hellenic Passive Building Institute (HPHI) and the...

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