Infrastructure Chalmers HSB Living Lab consists of sensor systems,
data storage and interfaces between research projects and the data. Operation,
maintenance and development of the infrastructure is financed through
funding from Chalmers and Climate-KIC, as well as user fees from the
accepted research projects.
Lab is a unique research and collaboration project of 12 partners in the built
environment sector. The Living Lab is built as a residential building with 29
apartments for students and guest researchers on the campus of Chalmers
University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden. The involved partners, the
available sensor systems, and the established processes all aim to facilitate
and develop sustainable solutions for the future of living.
Read more about the collaboration project HSB Living Lab and how to apply for funding and/or admission here
Climate-KIC is Europe's
largest public-private innovation partnership, working together to
address the challenges of climate change. HSB Living Lab is part of a network of several Living Labs within the Climate-KIC / Building Technology Accelerator (BTA).