Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) : Using Temporal Data and GIS to Visualize IAQ in Campus Buildings
N Li, Na (2013)
N Li, Na
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There is no doubt that indoor air quality (IAQ) is essential for human health because of the long exposure time human has inside. But the legislation and relevant policy about indoor air are far behind outdoors. Recently indoor air quality has been paid attention, some relevant epidemiological studies were carried and WHO published indoor air quality guidelines ac-cordingly as the reference of policy-making. The demand and requirement of good indoor air quality is booming from legislation enforcement and market need. So the monitoring and controlling for indoor air quality in buildings, which are diversified, are needed to be done economically and efficiently. The integration of building information modelling (BIM), geo-graphic information system (GIS), online sensor and cloud computing technologies offers promising solution for good indoor air quality by managing the building intelligently, control-ling cost and real-time monitoring. This report studies the possibility to have the 3D visuali-zation indoor air temporal data with ArcGIS software with preliminary similar test data for some campus buildings as part of OPEN tietojärjestelmät project from Mikkeli University of Applied Sciences.