Human-centred service design with big data applications for smart buildings

The project Human-Centred Service Design with Big Data Applications for Smart Buildings brings together Service Design, Data Science and User Experience (UX) possibilities of KTH Live-in Lab to tailor service experiences to the expectations and habits of individuals by using big data. This research project contributes with increased knowledge on how an integrated approach that iteratively delivers the right data insights will not only improve the quality of life and convenience of citizens in indoor spaces, but also contribute towards more sustainable cities through more efficient utilization of scarce resources such as energy and water. The project aim to capture highly detailed behavioral and users preference data and create a launchpad for new human-centered services in smart buildings. The project will be implemented and tested at KTH Live-in-Lab´s fully equipped testbed for smart building environment R&D, which will allow the subsequent possibility of scale up.

Read more:

EXPLORING SERVICE SYSTEMS IN THE DIGITAL ERA (pdf 1,9 MB)

DATA-DRIVEN SERVICES FOR SMART BUILDINGS (pdf 2,3 MB)

Project Manager

Elena Malakhatka

Schools

Collaborating Partners

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