Events / Meetings
- 2013, November 28th a successful public workshop was organised by BAM at Schiphol Amsterdam.
- Results of the HESMOS project were presented to 60 participants from several countries, companies
- and institutes.
- Plenary and 1 to 1 discussions were great and the HESMOS team received very positive feedback.
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- (All demonstrated video’s are available through links to youtube.)
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- A public workshop is organised to demonstrate and discuss results of the HESMOS project.
- Who should attend?
- Facility managers, Property owners/developers, PPP service providers, Researchers / Consultants /
- IT solution providers in the area of BIM/Energy Simulation/Design/Building automation systems.
- Workshop Fee
- Not applicable.
- Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org including contact details as email and mobile number.
- Only registered participants can attend!ATTENTION:
- Dear registered participants
- Due to the big response we decided to change the meeting location from Rai to WTC Schiphol Airport. Find the update travel information on this page.
- We have only 5 seats left (22-11-2013).
- Topics, Agenda, Speakers
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- First HESMOS Workshop
- 26. October 2012
- Hosted by OBERMEYER PLANEN+BERATEN, Hansastr. 40, 80686 Munich
- Learn what HESMOS is about and what is in for you
- Discuss with the HESMOS-team the future of energy efficient simulation for buildings
- Think abaout the impact on the lifecycle management of public use facilities
- Agenda in English [239 KB]
- Agenda in German [239 KB]
- The language during the workshop will be German and English, as appropriate
- Registration (required!)
|Overview on HESMOS-Meetings|
After a preparation day with final checks, a very successful public workshop was organised by BAM at Schiphol Amsterdam. Results of the HESMOS project were presented to 60 participants from several countries, companies and institutes.
Plenary and 1 to 1 discussions were great and the HESMOS team received very positive feedback.
During the buildingSMART international BIM-Week in Munich, the HESMOS Integrated Virtual Energy Laboratory was presented step by step from end-user point and developer of view for the design & tendering as well as the operation and retrofitting phases to an audience of architects, engineers, facilities managers, consultants.
The WebConferences led by BAM should provide a complete update on status of the HESMOS IVEL developments and should be a user seminar for the end-users by explaining step by step how the IVEL and its components work.
Additionally, it should give answers per use case for validation of pilots and verification with measurable targets.
Another technical meeting took place in Dresden for reviewing the expectations of the European Commission for the 3rd year from review report and defining together the needed input and actions for validation of the pilot projects by presenting the different scenarios.
The 2nd review of the HESMOS project took place in Brussels. The HESMOS project team presented the different use case scenarios with end user introduction and live software demonstrators. The EC and reviewers agreed that the project is in good progress and set their expectations for the 3rd year.
The first public workshop of the EU research project Holistic Energy Efficiency Simulation and Lifecycle Management Of Public Use FacilitieS (HESMOS) took place in Munich with an audience of practitioners from various companies (designers, facility managers, public administration, and academia). The purpose of this workshop was to present the HESMOS developments in a multi-facetted way via short introduction presentations and inter-active software demonstrators and to get feedback from the audience through discussions as well as a questionnaire which is really important for further developments regarding BIM, simulations and monitoring.
The technical meeting for preparation of the 1rst public workshop took place In Bratislava to also involve the developers from NEM. The developments were discussed so far and the technical and organisational topics were planned.
Another meeting of the eKPI working group (BAM, OPB, TUD) took place in Dresden to detail the nD Navigator scenarios and the graphical processing of data.
TUD organised a joint meeting with the ISES research project at University of Ljubljana to present intermediate HESMOS developments, to discuss the developments and intermediate results and to interact in order to improve project results.
A meeting of the energy-related Key Performance Indicators (eKPI) working group (BAM, OPB, NEM, TUD) took place at Obermeyer in Munich. The main topic on the AGENDA was to discuss the eKPIs that can be covered by HESMOS IVEL as well as user requirements for the graphical user interface of HESMOS nD Navigator.
The first review by the European Commission took place in Brussels. The HESMOS project team presented their first results including the process analysis, the data exchange requirements, the defined energy-related Key Performance Indicators as well as the definition of the architecture of the HESMOS Integrated Virtual Energy Laboratory and the energy-enhanced Building Information Modeling (eeBIM) framework. The EC and reviewers agreed that the project is in good progress and set their expectations for the 2nd year.
Meeting focussing on fulfilling requirements specified from the PPP-viewpoint by AEC-software applications. Hosted by Nemetschek in Munich: participants: BAM, Nemetschek
Intermediate meeting focussing on finishing the requirement analysis.
Hosted by TUD in Dresden: participants: Nemetschek, Olof Granlund via webconference, TUD
Meeting focussing on the development of the HESMOS-IDM, according to buildingSMART's Information Delivery Manual Specification / ISO 29481-1:2010. Hosted by BAM in Stuttgart: participants: Obermeyer, AEC3, TUD, BAM