As technology has advanced so has the future role of living labs evolved. With the increased availability of wireless monitoring technologies including climate and activity sensors as well as self-reporting tools, the capability to convert virtually every house or building into a living lab has become a reality. ICT enables now the connectivity and merging of data sets across multiple living labs and monitored homes, providing a unique infrastructure for accelerating the adoption and marketing of innovations focused on sustainable living. The LivingLab approach is gaining more and more importance as a mechanism to study and shape sustainable behavior from the public and private perspective.
|Title of host publication||Living Labs|
|Subtitle of host publication||Design and Assessment of Sustainable Living|
|Editors||David V. Keyson, Olivia Guerra-Santin, Dan Lockton|
|Number of pages||4|
|Publication status||Published - 2017|
- Living labs