The need for appropriate, energy efficient, ventilation systems  is continuing to grow in line with the increased focus on health and well-being, and greenhouse gas emission reduction. The use of smart ventilation systems facilitates the minimization of energy consumption, allows for the improvement of Indoor Air Quality and provides flexibility to electricity grid operation.

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Publications

The application of Metal Oxide Semiconductor (MOS) sensors measuring Volatile...
AIVC's Ventilation Information Paper #44: Residential Cooker Hoods,...
AIVC Technical Note 68 (TN 68) "Residential Ventilation and Health”...
Exposures in homes constitute the major part of exposures to airborne...
In March 2017, AIVC identified smart ventilation for buildings as a new and...

Events

05
Oct
2022
The 42nd AIVC conference: "Ventilation Challenges in a Changing World...
04
May
2022
[COVID-19 update] Because of COVID-19 uncertainty of conditions to hold a...
23
Nov
2021
In this webinar, we addressed the opportunities offered by smart...
12
Oct
2021
In this webinar, we addressed the opportunities to use novel materials (from...

Projects

The European market for residential ventilation is highly driven by energy...
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Internationally there are many different requirements and regulations for...
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There is a trend to perform more ventilation and air infiltration measurements...
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While it is generally accepted that ventilation-whether natural, mechanical or...
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The trend to increasingly complex ventilation controls (particularly for...
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The European market for residential ventilation is highly driven by energy...
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