Towards the cognitive building: information modeling for the energy audit
The new paradigm of smart building requires the accomplishment of occupants needs through
the analysis of data gathered within the building, which switches from activities host to provider
of customized services for occupants. The digitalization supports this new approach, as the
implementation of Building Management Systems (BMS) in Building Information Modelling
(BIM) environment allows to link the information collected to a database. The contribution is
focused on a case study of the University of Cagliari, the Mandolesi Pavilion, and it is aimed
at implementing and improving energy audit procedures by the use of Building Information
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