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In MOBISTYLE, users play a fundamental role in providing recommendation for developing the ICT solutions with potential to influence habits based on needs and expectations of people living and working in MOBISTYLE demonstration cases.

In the initial phase of the project, the users were identified, recruited, and grouped (D2.2). For the different groups, different solutions were developed:

  1. The Dashboard is developed for non-residential buildings and has as target groups managers of the buildings or users of the sensorized spaces. It has been tested for the Italian and Slovenian demonstration case.
  2. The Game is developed for residential buildings and has as target groups the different households. It has been tested for the Danish and Polish demonstration case.
  3. The Office App is developed for office spaces introducing the dynamic indoor conditions and has been tested for the Dutch case.
  4. The Expert Tool is not related to the demonstration cases. The end users are the experts within the MOBISTYLE consortium who will need access to the data to perform analysis and evaluation of the users' behaviour with respect to energy, comfort and health. Due to the objectives and the functionalities of the Expert tool, this tool is presented in D4.4 Systematic data exchange approach.

All the tools make use of sensors data collected from the demonstration cases. Sensors data are related to energy data (both from commercial buildings, apartments and appliances) and Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) data. These data are then interpreted in different ways in the 4 tools and made available to the end users.

More information is available in the final version of D4.3.


Interested in learning more about the tools we have developed? Read more about the MOBISTYLE dashboardMOBISTYLE game, MOBISTYLE office app and MOBISTYLE expert tool

Peter Op 't Veld
Huygen Installatie Adviseurs B.V.
Urmonderbaan 22 (Gate 2), Gebouw 220 6167 RD Sittard-Geleen, The Netherlands
T: +3188 0322222
T his project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020
research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 723032.