As one of the partners, BTC has joined the collective application to call H2020 LC-SC3-2018-2019-2020 – Building a low-carbon, climate resilient future: secure clean and efficient energy and has applied to the European project MATRYCS. The project centres on the development of big data applications for optimising energy efficiency in buildings, and how this connects to environmental impacts as well as the impacts of building users. Applications to help in the field of facility management of buildings will be developed. Involved in the project will be companies and research institutes from several European countries. A three-year project started at the end of 2020 and it will conclude in 2023. Besides BTC, Comsensus is another Slovenian company taking part in the project.
About the project
MATRYCS aims at enhancing the implementation of policy objectives with the adoption of novel validated business models for building sector opening new opportunities in the light of Big Data approach for decision making.
MATRYCS focuses on addressing emerging challenges in Big Data management for buildings with an open holistic solution for Business to Business platforms, able to give a competitive solution to stakeholders operating in building sector and to develop smart energy-aware buildings towards a real data economy for buildings.
MATRYCS will contribute in different perspectives:
MATRYCS will realise a holistic, state-of-the-art AI-empowered framework for decision-support models, data analytics and visualisations for Digital Building Twins and real-life applications aiming to have significant impact on the building sector and its lifecycle.
The open, Cloud-based Data Analytics Toolbox, MATRYCS Modular Toolbox, will provide solution of buildings data exchange, management and real-time processing based on three main pillars:
MATRYCS service analytics reference framework will be applied, demonstrated and validated in 11 real-life large-scale pilots strategically selected to have multinational direction covering different regions and levels, such as regional, national and pan-European.