SmartBuilt4EU (sb4eu)

ProjectBuildings & districts

The SmartBuilt4EU project is a 30-month project funded by the H2020 program and led by ECTP, the European Construction, built environment and energy efficient building Technology Platform. The project aims to foster collaboration between stakeholders of the smart building value chain, promote their innovations, and identify R&D gaps and policy recommendations to support the further uptake of smart buildings. It also contributes to the experimentation and implementation of the Smart Readiness Indicator, a common scheme for rating the smart readiness of buildings, in line with EPBD.

SmartBuilt4EU will consolidate the Smart Building Innovation Community (SBIC) with, at its core, EU-funded projects, and provide it with a package of supporting activities with a two-fold objective: – To facilitate the flow and exchange of information between EU-funded projects and national initiatives in the field of smart buildings and the related business, policy and media; – To coordinate contributions of the Smart Building Innovation Community to the SRI promotion, experimentation and implementation in EU.

SmartBuilt4EU aims to:

  • Provide opportunities to network and share knowledge and experience related to smart buildings
  • Reference and promote the key innovators and innovations in smart buildings
  • Propose collaborative work to identify barriers, opportunities and best practices for the further uptake of smart buildings
  • Consolidate these findings into a Strategic Research & Innovation Agenda that will feed the design of future Horizon Europe calls on smart buildings
  • Draw recommendations to policy makers
  • Develop and test tools to support the deployment of the Smart Readiness Indicator.


Research centres

Innovation experts

Members of the ECTP Association

Read the Policy Recommendations for smart buildings

Read the Strategic Research Agenda for smart buildings

Strategic Research Agenda and Policy Recommendations for Smart Buildings available now!

Birgit Vandevelde

Researcher lead

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