Aidan Kelly, Mechanical Engineer and Digital Lead shares his views on automation in building services and talks about XCO2 Lab.

“At XCO2, we have created the XCO2 Lab, an open group to identify time-intensive processes ripe for automation solutions. Through identifying problems, the lab creates an opportunity for interdisciplinary collaboration – solutions can come from anywhere: from graduates with machine learning experience, to senior engineers armed to the teeth with Visual Basics for Applications scripts. Previous automation examples include a daylight simulation project for a warehouse that aims to arrange and minimise glazing area, minimising overheating risks while maintaining high levels of daylight autonomy.”

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