Energy (Heat Demand) modelling in Sankt Gallen with AI methods

Heat demand modelling and prediction for the buildings of the city of Sankt Gallen with AI methods

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Challenge

The department “Environment and Energy” of the city of St.Gallen is tracking and modeling the energy consumption in buildings for 20 years. The existing model is an "handmade" Microsoft Access-based model. Now the department wants to improve the heat demand model using AI methods.

Challenge presentation

Participants should bring knowledge or interest in one or several of these areas: AI, classification methodologies, data analysis, energy modeling.

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