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CIB W119

Ambient Innovation Robotics


Short description

core In “Ambient Innovation Robotics” (AIR) problems are systematically solved by analysis methodology. It is a simulation project in which the participants learn to develop solutions so as to apply basic knowledge for further expansion and specialization. The participants learn to blend knowledge from various disciplines by organizing its synthesis. General knowledge acquisition strategies as well as individual methods may be applied in order to uncover and experience one’s personal weak and strong points. It is the aim to empower the participants for lifelong learning and designing one’s own and proper comprehension.


Content

The project deals with programming, development and design of innovative processes, production and products to ameliorate built environment. New life style, demographic and sustainable trends ask for unconventional delivery of building systems and subsystems and their optimization during product life transformation. We consider not just the hardware but also the software of built environments and its subsystems such as structure (primary system), interior walls (secondary systems), HVAC and building control systems (tertiary system). The varying life cycles of building sub systems are decided by its economical life cycle and by choice of materiality, system geometry, system functionality and physiology. The performance specifications of such components follow strategies of non construction industries such as space craft, air craft, shipbuilding, car and computer industry or any industry that uses advanced strategies of industrialization. We analyze best practice case studies from any nonmanufacturing or manufacturing industry in order to solve future problems related to technology, environment, entrepreneurship, usability, serviceability and demographic change.



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