Mostostal Warszawa shares its R&D experience

On 28 August 2019, Błażej Rudzki from the Research and Development Department of Mostostal Warszawa presented the results of the "HIT2GAP" (Highly Innovative building control Tools Tackling the energy performance GAP) project.

The "HIT2GAP" project, funded under Horizon 2020, addresses the issue in the lack of convergence between the building's actual energy efficiency and design concept. The goal of the HIT2GAP project is to create new tools for monitoring and managing building systems based on advanced data processing techniques. This will allow to understand work characteristics of a given object in order to reduce the discrepancy between the planned and actual energy efficiency. The project was created around an open source energy management platform - called BEMServer - which allows control over energy consumption in the building and better and more precise understanding of users’ needs in order to reduce or even eliminate the "energy gap". The platform offers a number of plug-in modules for the interpretation of building data and their presentation in a friendly manner adapted to a wide audience. Click to read more about the "HIT2GAP" project.

The presentation by Błażej Rudzki took place as part of the Conference "Facility & Property Management - a safe and economical property", whose aim was to present the latest trends in the field of property management.

Business innovation in is one of the key values of Mostostal Warszawa, the only company in the in the whole Polish construction industry, thirteen years ago established its own Research and Development Department, responsible for innovative technologies which strengthen the Company's competitive advantage. Currently, the department has 10 experienced engineering staff, a composite materials production workshop. Mostostal Warszawa through supporting new technologies, invests not only in the development of the company, but more importantly in the development of Polish engineering thought. The Research and Development Department cooperates with almost all major research units in Poland and many abroad. The company's interest is primarily focused on the use of new building materials, energy efficiency and sustainable construction, as well as communication and information technologies supporting the conduct of production processes. Click to learn more about research and development activities at Mostostal Warszawa.

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