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Who can operate and manage smart buildings?

Published Jun 08, 2021

New study aims to map the engineering skills that will be required for planning, construction, and management of the smart and sustainable buildings of the future.

The study has examined what engineering skills will be required for planning, construction and management of the smart and sustainable buildings of the future.

The study was carried out in the spring of 2021. The person responsible for the study is Per Fagrell, researcher at the Department of Learning at KTH and postdoctoral fellow within the ITM school's overall school initiative.
IRIS (Research Initiative on Sustainable Industry and Society).

IRIS means a unique opportunity to establish the ITM school as a leader in research on sustainability for industry and society. In addition to sustainability, the key words for IRIS are digitalisation, innovation and entrepreneurship, and these concepts have also been central to the study that Fagrell conducted at KTH Live-In Lab's partner companies.

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