Buildings Data exchange, management and real-time processing
The overall vision and main objectives of MATRYCS is to define and deploy a Reference Architecture for Buildings Data exchange, management and real-time processing, and to translate this reference architecture into an Open, Cloud-based Data Analytics Toolbox (MATRYCS Modular Toolbox). It will enable AI-based cross-sector analytics for smart energy-efficient buildings, based on seamless data-information-knowledge exchange under respective sovereignty and regulatory principles.
Overall, the technical solution follows the MATRYCS Reference Architecture and it consists of three main pillars:
i) MATRYCS-GOVERNANCE encompassing modules related to data collection, semantic annotation and distributed storage
ii) MATRYCS-PROCESSING including ML and Dl models
iii) MATRYCS-ANALYTICS providing a set of analytics tools as a service
These three pillar will be validated in a series of 11 large scale pilots, focusing on digital building twins, improved buidings operation, building infrastructure design, EU/national policy assessment and energy efficiency investments. Additionally, a BDA Alliance will be set up as a vibrnat data-driven ecosystem for attracting new data hubs and SME service providers, enabling thus EU-wide take-up and replication.
- To develop a semantic and business interoperability framework for cross domain analytics applications, cross-context learning and datasets spanning entire buildings value chains.
- To deliver a TRL 7 data governance technology enabler which will facilitate seamless cross-stakeholder data sharing, trusted data exchange and handling, allowing full data sovereignty and control.
- To adapt, evolve, upscale and deploy TRL7 technology enabler for a set of trained, high-quality ML and DL models by exploiting existing dataset formats across Europe.
- To upscale and deploy the MATRYCS open, cloud-based data analytics toolbox along different deployment modes (IaaS, SaaS, PaaS).
- To demonstrate the applicability, effectiveness and value of MATRYCS solutions through real-life applications.
- To lay the foundation of pan European Smart buildings trusted and certificable data vibrant ecosystem, boosting EU-scale data economy and valorisation and impact on standarisation.
- To deliver an open reference architecture for Smart energy efficient buildings.
- To upscale a number of TRL5-6 technology enablers (big data pipeline orchestration, IoT/Edge AI federated learning and visual analytics)
- To deliver a TRL8 open modular big data clud analytic toolbox.
- To validate such framework of analytic services in 11 large scale pilots with different stakeholders, focusing on energy performance, design, funding and policy implementation and assessment.
- To set up the Big Data Alliance as a vibrant data-driven ecosystem for attracting new data hubs and SME service providers, enabling thus EU-wise take-up and replication.
- MATRYCS data governance (Gobierno de datos de MATRYCS)
- MATRYCS processing (Procesamiento MATRYCS)
- MATRYCS analytics (Analíticas de MATRYCS)
- Tecnologías/subcomponentes individuales de MATRYCS (p. ej., semántica, aprendizaje automático, conectores de cadena de bloques/API, etc.).
- Integración y homogeneización de datos para el contexto del sector energético
- Buenas prácticas – aplicaciones – servicios
- La plataforma MATRYCS en su conjunto
H2020-LC-SC3-B4E-6-2020-Big data for buildings
Total Budget: 4,577,835€
CARTIF Budget: 493,250€
Duration: 01/10/2020 – 30/09/2023
Gema Hernández Moral
Division de Energias
Energy Efficiency projects:
PROBONO brings together a European multidisciplinary consortium of 47 partners, to turn the six European districts into Green Building Neighbourhoods, with positive energy balance and zero carbon emissions: two large-scale demonstrators and four living labs representing business/owner promoters of the green buildings and neighbourhoods transition.
BD4NRG envisions to confront big data management challenges for the energy sector, giving a competitive edge to the European stakeholders to improve decision making and at the same time to open new market opportunities.
EnergyChain goal is to use Blockchain to develop a system that will support the energy exchange between prosumers without the need of a central entity in charge of the managing.
frESCO aims to engage with ESCOs and aggregators and enable the deployment of innovative business models on the basis of novel integrated energy service bundles that properly combine and remunerate local flexibility for optimizing local energy performance both in the form of energy efficiency and demand side management.
The Auto-DAN project aims to enable homes and small businesses across the EU to optimize their energy consumption and provide and assessment of the live energy performance of a building. The solution will focus on the assistive role automation will have in buildings.
MiniStor aims at designing and producing a nvel compact integrated storage system for achieving a sustainable heating, cooling and electricity storage adaptable to residential buildings.
SO WHAT project aims to develop and validate an integrated software for auditing industrial process, planning and simulation of waste heat and cold (WH/C) valorisation systems towards the identification of economically viable scenarios where WH/C and renewable energy sources (RES) cooperate to match local demand.
BIM-SPEED has as its main objective to seeks to increase the use of BIM methodologies in the deep renovation of buildings for energy efficiency
The Sudoket project focuses its activity on the mapping, consolidation and dissemination of Key Enabling Technologies (KETs) for the construction sector in the SUDOE space.
SISGENER’s objective is the development of a low-cost comprehensive energy management system for the management of generation and consumption that takes place in buildings with centralized services.
Energy improvement plan that allowed the reduction of municipal energy expenditure and the training of municipal technicians in energy matters
The GAPSA project’s main objective is to clearly define the real savings obtained due to the savings measures that will be implemented in the 33 primary care health centers
The REEMAIN project combines cutting-edge knowledge and experience to develop and demonstrate a methodology and platform that drives the efficiency of energy and material resources.