User, self-inspection, and quality checks requirements
Keane, Marcus M.
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Henon, Aurélien, Keane, Marcus M., & Adell, Germain. (2016). User, self-inspection, and quality checks requirements: BUILT2SPEC Consortium.
This Deliverable D1.1 aims to analyse the context of construction projects across various countries of the EU (partners countries), to identify the stakeholders and their issues, and to imagine which answers will be developed and tested during Built2Spec project. The outputs will result in basic requirements and use cases to feed the developments of work packages 2 to 6, and ensure that the developments of the project are in agreement with the actual needs of the market. After a short general introduction (section 2), the results are presented in the sections 3 to 9 as follows. Section 3 describes the methodological approach adopted to identify the needs of the stakeholders. Section 4 presents the results of the analysis of: construction processes across Europe, stakeholders roles and issues, user needs and potential future solutions. These results represent the stakeholders/users¿ point of view. Sections 5 to 9 present the current state of technological developments, the potential ways of improvement, and first outlines of new use cases and requirements. The results are presented separately for each technical field (thermal inspection, airtightness, indoor air quality, acoustic comfort, information management, smart material, 3D scanning and drones, and quality assurance). These elements of information are proposed by solution providers from Built2Spec¿s consortium.