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Potential use of Internet of Things to support Life Cycle Assessment of buildings

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Nakamura Barros, Natália; Coeli Ruschel, Regina;

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This article summarize the initial discoveries of doctoral research, whose the principal aim is to analyze the use of Internet of Things to support Life Cycle Assessment of buildings. The first cycle of this thesis consists a preliminary investigation on electronics newspapers that deal the integration LCA and IoT. The results reveals IoT technology could provide real-time data collection, possibility of Big Data collection and monitoring, and greater precision and reliability of data. IoT-Based LCA is very promissory and innovative. In this way, this research intends to bring a relevant contribution to architecture, engineering and construction (AEC).

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Palavras-chave: Life cycle assessment; Internet of Things; LCA; IoT,

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DOI: 10.5151/sigradi2018-1627

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Nakamura Barros, Natália; Coeli Ruschel, Regina; "Potential use of Internet of Things to support Life Cycle Assessment of buildings", p. 880-885 . In: . São Paulo: Blucher, 2018.
ISSN 2318-6968, DOI 10.5151/sigradi2018-1627

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