RINNO is proud to announce the publication of the project’s first open access book on deep renovation. “Disrupting Buildings: Digitalisation and the Transformation of Deep Renovation” explores the key drivers and barriers of deep renovation and details the major technologies that enable deep renovation projects, such as embedded sensors, building information modelling, augmented reality, smart contracts, digital twinning, additive manufacturing, virtual reality, robotics, and unmanned vehicles. The book also illustrates essential concepts of deep renovation projects, such as big data and analytics, security and data privacy, and open access and interoperability.
“Disrupting Buildings: Digitalisation and the Transformation of Deep Renovation” is a part of the Palgrave Studies in Digital Business & Enabling Technologies book series, which provides a comprehensive account of cloud computing, social media, mobile, big data, and other enabling technologies that are transforming how society operates and how people interact with each other. To read other works published in this series, click here.