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On March 19, at 11:00, will be presented the project within the Milan Digital Week

Co+Fabb has been chosen as a prototype building for the experimentation of the Project SAMBA (Smart and Advanced Multitenants Buildings Automation) funded under the POR FESR 2014-2020 of the Lombardy Region, which intends to develop a control platform for existing buildings, which can be transformed into smart building.

The SAMBA project will be presented during the Milan Digital Week, a reference point for all digital innovation, promoted by the City of Milan – Department of Digital Transformation and Civic Services – and realized by IAB Italia, Cariplo Factory and Hublab, that this year will be held from 17 to 21 March 2021.

The focus of this fourth edition of the Milan Digital Week will be “Fair and Sustainable City“: SAMBA fits perfectly into the kermesse, with an online event to present the project to be held on March 19 at 11:00 on the Youtube channell of Co+Fabb.

At this link you can register for the event:
https://www.eventbrite.it/e/biglietti-samba-trasforma-gli-edifici-storici-in-smart-building-140969211707

The partners involved in the Progetto SAMBA, of which Alchema, the company that manages Co+Fabb, has been responsible for the conception and implementation, are six companies with different and complementary know-how, namely Kalpa, internal company of the Co+Fabb space, Fondazione Eucentre, 3P Technologies, AGEvoluzione, Harpaceas and ATS, in collaboration with Triwù, which follows the communication.

SAMBA uses Iot and artificial intelligence to ensure, in an integrated way, the control of the physical parameters of a building, such as temperature, humidity and air quality, but also of its conditions of use (access, attendance, crowding): a model capable of auto-Learn the behaviour of those who use the environments, to improve safety and comfort, ensuring greater efficiency in view of environmental sustainability, now more than ever fundamental.

Co+Fabb, being a multi-storey multitenants working environment with offices, a large number of workers and different types of activities present, is therefore the ideal prototype on which to test the control platform, that will be able to optimize the use of space, ensuring greater energy savings, as well as a more comfortable environment for workers.

The companies present in Co+Fabb will be able to work in a healthier environment in terms of air quality, temperature and lighting and safer, as the system, among the various functions, will also be able to detect and report any overcrowding of spaces.

The first step was taken a year ago, when one of the companies involved in the project, Harpaceas, carried out the inspection in Co+Fabb to start modelling the building in 3D and create a “Digital Twin”, a digital graphical interface that faithfully reproduces the spaces and allows you to remotely control the functions of the building, based on the data collected by the sensors.

The second step was to install some sensors on the first floor to start collecting data and allow the building to learn relevant information over time and then adjust accordingly.

At this link you can listen to the interview of Alchema, the company that manages Co+Fabb, on the SAMBA Project, within the Moebius – Darwin broadcast of Radio 24.

Obviously, the technologies developed with SAMBA can in the future be used and customized for other types of multinational buildings, such as condominiums, schools, libraries, museums and hospitals.

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