Divya Deepankar, Research Engineer, BSRIA Sustainable Construction Group, said:
“As the leader on dissemination and communication, and technical experts on thermal imaging, BSRIA was delighted to have organised the Built2Spec workshop at the Sustainable Places Conference 2018 in collaboration with the Built2Spec technology partners.
BSRIA presented on ‘Thermal Imaging for Energy Efficiency Checks’ explaining the principles and need for thermal imaging, thermal performance of buildings, infrared cameras and thermography, thermographic surveys and the results from pilot testing the smart phone cameras in Built2Spec.
The conference was attended by over 150 people from across the EU and North America and the results of the Built2Spec project were well received by the audience. It was also fantastic to see such a wide spectrum of sector influencers attending!”
This press release has been published under the BUILT2SPEC project which has received funding from the EU’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under Grant Agreement no 637221. The opinion stated here reflects the opinion of the authors and not necessarily the opinion of the European Commission. Neither the EACI (European Association for Creativity & Innovation) nor the European Commission is responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained therein.
INSITER is a research project within the EU research programme Horizon 2020 on intuitive self-inspection techniques using augmented reality.