23 Mar '16, 4am

NUS partners with CDL to develop smart, green living technologies - PropertyGuru Singapore (press release)

A $2.25 million donation from CDL enables the setting up of two first-of-its-kind laboratories to test-bed building technologies in indoor and outdoor tropical environments. City Developments Limited (CDL) and the National University of Singapore’s (NUS) School of Design and Environment have joined forces to promote smart, green building technologies. CDL has donated $2.25 million to the institution to fund its research projects and for the construction of two new laboratories, where smart building technologies can be tested in indoor and outdoor tropical environments. The first is the NUS-CDL Tropical Technologies Laboratory (T² Lab), a 107 sqm facility where researchers can look into integrated technology solutions for people-centric, climate-responsive buildings of the future. Possible studies that can be conducted there include the use of smart building materials, stru...

Full article: http://www.propertyguru.com.sg/property-management-news/2...

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