openDBL had its third plenary meeting in the city of Mislata, Spain on the 23rd and 24th of January.
The project’s scope is to create a "digital logbook" in which any information related to buildings will be stored. This logbook can be consulted remotely in real-time and contains different kinds of information, such as structural information, maintenance, and air quality, with a smart access system.
Thirteen partners from Italy, Germany, Estonia, Greece, Latvia, Poland, Romania, and Spain have joined hands to deliver innovations for European buildings.
The openDBL project represents a significant leap forward in building management practices. By digitizing building information and offering a centralized platform for data management, openDBL will revolutionize the way buildings are maintained, leading to cost reductions, time savings, and enhanced sustainability.
We are proud to be part of this collaborative effort and excited about the positive impact openDBL will have on the building management industry.
For more information about the openDBL project, please visit www.opendbl.eu