In particular, DELTA DORE is pursuing a dynamic innovation strategy to move towards more scalable systems capable of taking into account the user, usage and its variability over time, as well as value-added services, either for the occupant, the building manager or the equipment maintainer.
As part of this strategy, the company has joined forces with the CEA (French Atomic Energy Commission) to support its research and development activities in the fields of energy management, home automation, well-being management, home care and alarm systems.
The collaboration, for which a new chapter opens within the framework of the ITE, covers various topics such as
- Presence detection in a residential building with alternative methods to detect and predict presence in a home based on physical data
- Energy system management strategies for residential housing in a self-consumption context
- The use of ventilation to cool the temperature of a home with reactive algorithms for the control of openings in a building subject to overheating
- The development of heating/cooling system management strategies for residential buildings, taking into account the evaluation of the occupants' comfort
Frédéric STORCK, President of INES.2S and Director of Innovation and Energy Transition at CNR, and all the members of the Strategic Steering Committee are delighted that DELTA DORE has joined the governance of the ITE.