You can read more about the revision of the action plan and the new focus areas on the SRIP PSiDL website, which is available HERE.
TECES is one of SRIP PSiDL's three key stakeholders. He is SRIP’s holder and one of the partnership's content coordinators. TECES is thus taking an active part in the revision of the SRIP PSiDL action plan for the period 2020–2022. The revised SRIP PSiDL action plan also presents strategic orientations for the operation of SRIP for the period 2021–2027.
The biggest changes to the revised action plan have been made specifically in those focus areas in which TECES is coordinating the most activities and is offering support to members within SRIP PSiDL. These are in particular:
- Building Management and Supplies, including connectivity to the Smart Community: the area that is broad in scope and which includes devices, systems and services which, together with the interior, allow a seamless functioning and management of the building itself in line with user requirements or the given environment, at the same time allowing a full connection between the building and the community and city infrastructure.
- Interior Elements: comprises products which are not part of the construction process itself but which are elements of interior furnishing, brought into the building at a later stage (home appliances, light and lighting solutions, etc.) and
- Smart Nearly-Zero Energy (NZE) Buildings: an integration area which involves not only manufacturers but also stakeholders in innovative planning and design, bringing together numerous construction and other products into a basic, but complex, foundation for sustainable buildings. The area covers integral products, such as those for modular and mobile living units, on-site rapid construction systems, wooden buildings (with frame construction and cross-laminated timber (CLT) construction), as well as traditional massive construction.
The focus areas will be presented again in the future with more details specified.