Energy Management Algorithms by FinEst Twins
The FinEst Twins is a project that is building the first global cross-border smart city centre of excellence.
There are several project partners like Aalto University in Finland, Forum Virium Helsinki and Kamayaha Consulting. The project is lead by Tallinn University of Technology.
FinEst Centre, based in Estonia, is capable of mobilising all leading actors and stakeholders and establishing a solid long term partnership with their Helsinki region counterparts, capitalising on the macro region’s scientific knowledge, innovativeness and entrepreneurship.
FinEst Centre focuses on mobility, energy and built environment glued together by governance and urban analytics & data and aims to match leading smart city research centres globally.
FinEst Centre develops the cross-border knowledge transfer infrastructure (Urban Operating Platform) through real-life pilots capable of attracting international expertise and investment. It also acts as a springboard for the exportation of Finnish-Estonian knowledge and combined service solutions on a global scale.
Kamayaha Consulting is a project partner who is researching & analyzing the usage of the energy management (DigiAudit) algorithms in real life projects
KEYWORDS smart city, energy efficient buildings, digital single market, interoperability, cross-border services, public service provision
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