INPERSO is a holistic project of deep building renovation (mainly residential and heritage) which addresses all its life cycle and combines industrialization with customization. The consortium is formed by 22 entities and they wil be demonstrators in Spain, Netherlands and Greece. With the objective of offering a near solution to the market, INPERSO will integrate new technological components (PCMs, BIPV, solar widnows, additive manufacturing, scan-to-BIM, AI , AR and ML) that joint with the advantages of the premanufacturing, preintegration and 3D robotic printing will reduce the time drastically (>50%) and the costs (>25%) of the construction, and will increase the efficience of resources, productivity, security and quality, joint with the reduction of residues (>40%).
- Offer a unified and interoperable resource for the access and management of information through the life cycle of the building, which will allo an efficient communication between the interested parts.
- Generate new renovation models low in carbon that close the gap between what is designed and what is constructed, are affordable, adaptable and provide resilience, integrating the user into the renovation process.
- Accelerate the adoption of advanced technologies in manufacturing and rehabilitation premanufacturing, reducing residues and the energy demand of the own process.
- Develop a robotic system of 3D printing in facades.
- Address the comfort requirements customized in an inclusive way, increasing the intelligence of buildings.
- Development of facade 3D printing system: Integration of 3D printing extrusion head on industrial robot arm. Print control, including pumping system.
- Leader the work package 2: WP2 Products and processes of sustainable renovation.
- Coordination of the developed technologies in WP2 with the work of WP3 (Integration of work flows based in BIM).
- Participation in the activities of the spanish demonstrator of WP5 (specifically in the 3D facade printing system).
- Collaboration in the work packages 6, 7 and 8 of management, coordination, dissemination and exploitation.
- Facade 3D printing robot and pumping system and automatized mixed.
- Management and coordination of activities of the work package 2 (WP2).
- Integration of rehabilitation technologies in the BIM work flows.
- Validation in control environment of the facade 3D printing system.
- Coordination with the rest of the partners, dissemination of scientific results and result exploitation plans.
Development of robotic solutions, 3D data processing and additive manufacturing for the construction sector.
Total Budget: 9,141,455 €
CARTIF Budget: 425,125€
CARTIF Funding: 425,125€
Duration: 01/07/2022 – 30/06/2026
José Mª Llamas
Investigador en Fundación CARTIF
Industrial and Digital Systems Division
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