The Smart campus ImpactLab team will work in close cooperation with Erasmus real estate. Sensors will be placed all over the campus to collect data on air pollution, the flow of people and heat distribution etc.
The data from these sensors can be projected live on a detailed 3D printed model of the campus. Overlaying data on a 3D model of the campus allows the real estate team to make simulations of potential changes and it facilitates decision-making on future adaptations. The smart table of the campus can help stakeholders to make evidence-based decisions for example on changes in routing, the addition of facilities and overall livability.
The Smart Campus ImpactLab is developed in close cooperation with Erasmus Centre of Data Analytics and Erasmus Enterprise.
Smart Campus Woudestein Impactlab will run from September till February 2023.