Welcome at AIDOMUS – a R&D project taking architectural space and digital services to the next level with artificial intelligence and automation. The ease of use what we call “interfacelessness” is at the core of our work. Digital services and solutions for the built environment need to be people oriented, serving the people. We introduce, develop and consult technologies for enabling services for the users of the built environment. Services such as autonomous aerial logistics and mobility, saving energy effortlessly, comfortable and healthy indoor climate, security, and safe instant deliveries can be the new normal in everyday living in resilient cities. The new service technology and hardware solutions fight against the climate change. Less emissions, improved standard of living, for all.
AIDOMUS has achieved top results in occupancy-based energy savings in the housing sector
AIDOMUS has completed a pilot project in collaboration with Tampereen Vuokratalosäätiö sr, a leading rental housing foundation for affordable living in Finland.
The project resulted approximately 20% energy savings with the AIDOMUS technology. The AIDOMUS devices were installed in each apartment of the pilot building. The sensors of the system were integrated into a lighting fixture of the entrance rooms of the apartments. In commercial applications, the sensors may be parts of any smart home ecosystem supported with AIDOMUS detection and control algorithms. The energy consumption was measured both in the pilot building and in a similar reference building. In the pilot project, the AIDOMUS algorithms controlled the Micropelt MVA005 radiator thermostats based on the detected occupancy and the use of the apartments indicating the need for heating. The system is applicable to any actuator, including cooling. The pilot project resulted also automatically and individually adjusted lower night time temperatures for improved indoor air conditions for a better sleep. The system functions autonomously without having the users controlling it actively.
The project results offer promising outlook for commercialisation within the HVAC and smart home industry. Please contact for more information: 3A@tut.fi