MONTIE Workshop at Clima 2005, Lausanne, Switzerland, 12 October 2005
This international conference took place on October 9-12, 2005. The conference dealt with scientific trends and practical developments in heating, air-conditioning, refrigeration, plumbing and ventilation technologies, also discussing the importance of and the implications of these trends for architecture and politics.
The conference featured plenary and short presentations, poster sessions and workshops. A workshop presenting MONTIE ideas and ambitions was arranged with the organisers, with the goal of initiating discussions about the future needs for development work and information dissemination. More than 40 people attended the workshop.
The presentations and a summary from the workshop, including discussion subjects is available from the REHVA website at http://www.rehva.com/workshops/index.html
Technological Advances for controlling indoor environment,
This international workshop was held at The Danish Technological Institute in Taastrup (near Copenhagen) in Denmark on 24 – 25 November 2005. 50 people - mainly from the Nordic countries, but with representatives from 10 countries in all attended the workshop.
The workshop theme was "State-of-the-art" technology within the fields of IAQ, sensors, multisensors and HVAC systems, and included key-note presentations on user-driven issues and invited presentations on technology-driven issues. In addition, there was a small exhibition of company products and posters.
More specifically the workshop addressed the following subjects:
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The preliminary results of the MONTIE project were presented at
A MONTIE workshop was held on Sunday 17 September as a satellite event to the Eurosensors conference. The goal of the workshop was to present a "sensors user perspective" and to discuss this with the "sensor research community" represented at Eurosensors. The workshop was a combination of short expert presentations and an open discussion forum to discuss the future needs and focus areas for sensor research efforts. The programme included the following topics:
More information about Eurosensors is available from the Eurosensors website at www.mc2.chalmers.se/mc2/cenferences/eurosensors2006/program
A MONTIE workshop "Innovations in HVAC - Control, monitoring and wireless sensing" was held on 18 October 09.00 - 12.00. The presentations at the workshop will address the following topics:
The workshop programme (on page 2 of the conference programme) can be downloaded here VVS-Dagene programme (821 KB)or from the VVS-Dagene website at www.vvs-dagene.no
A workshop about "Future solutions for demand-controlled indoor environment: New sensor technologies, wireless communication and innovative HVAC systems" was held at the SAS hotel in Espoo for an invited target group.