CSTB at World Efficiency from October 13 to 15, 2015

“Let’s take a big step forward in favor of the planet.” The CSTB invites you to World Efficiency 2015, the meeting for stakeholders searching for resource and climate solutions. From October 13 to 15 at the Parc des Expositions in Paris, the CSTB welcomes you to its stand. Using objects and videos, it shares emblematic projects that foster energy and digital transitions. Discover innovations that improve the comfort and quality of urban living spaces. These accomplishments were developed by the CSTB, a Carnot-accredited institute, with its partners in construction and urban development.

Visit the CSTB stand: Hall 1, Stand B56.
Parc des Expositions, Porte de Versailles, Paris, 8:45 am to 6:30 pm. Access

Now, get your free badge online :
www.world-efficiency.com > badge request > invitation code: cstb

Come and meet CSTB experts. Feel free to make appointments by contacting them by e-mail.

Ariane: a CSTB service for innovators

The Ariane team welcomes you and answers your questions. Ariane was created to inform and guide all project developers and manufacturers of innovative products and processes, especially VSEs/SMEs and startups, from idea to market.

Contact Ariane experts:

Advancing with BIM

Discover an emblematic 100% BIM project in video: the new Ajaccio hospital. The CSTB is supporting this construction project, which uses digital modeling from design to full operation.
The CSTB also offers a range of business software packages compatible with BIM and training in digital modeling.

Improving health in buildings

It’s waiting for you: Diya One. Diya One is a robot that will demonstrate its abilities by measuring indoor air quality at the CSTB stand and processing the data, in anticipation of its later use in offices, museums and places open to the public. An innovation designed by Partnering Robotics, with support from the CSTB.
The new fungal biodetector is also on display at World Efficiency. This innovation, developed by the CSTB, detects indoor airborne fungus and dry rot at the earliest stages of their development. Its use is perfect for housing, museums and historical monuments.

Improving the acoustic environment in cities

The CSTB is using the MithraSON software to create urban soundscapes and assess the noise impacts of development projects starting at the design phase. The stand spotlights a simulation example for Lyon.

Batipédia Web portal

(Re)discover Batipédia, the CSTB Web portal providing access to technical and regulatory news and information. This online service (www.batipedia.com) is intended for all stakeholders in the construction industry.

Participate in conferences and workshops with the CSTB