The REViSITE Framework & SMARTT Taxonomy

The REViSITE SMARTT Taxonomy

Quantitatively assessing the impact of ICT on energy efficiency is an arduous task. At the 'product level' best-practice utilises some form of ‘Life Cycle Assessment’. However, when focused at a 'building', 'production system' or 'sector' level, best-practice is less defined!

Tasked with understanding ICT impact at such a level, REViSITE developed 'the REViSITE framework & SMARTT taxonomy'. The framework combines 'lifecycle thinking' and an adapted 'Capability Maturity Framework' in a qualitative based methodology that leverages domain heuristics.

The approach proved useful in offering a 'lens' into the technologies, ICT practices & research of the different sectors, helping to promote cross-pollination with respect to ICT4EE best practices.

The summary sheet of the REViSITE framework & taxonomy is available here.
The main report on the REViSITE framework & taxonomy is available here.
The technical report on the REViSITE framework & taxonomy is available here.

Keith Ellis from INTEL talks about the REViSITE Framework & SMARTT taxonomy

To learn more about the REViSITE Framework & SMARTT Taxonomy watch the video above and/or feel free to contact us: info@revisite.eu or follow us on LinkedIn:
http://www.linkedin.com/groups/REViSITE-3209672?mostPopular=&gid=3209672

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