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I want to share with you our last article: Design and Development of a Nearable Wireless System to Control Indoor Air Quality and Indoor Lighting Quality. As you can see from the links below, we have used ladybug tools to display the results of the test in a real office. You can read the paper in open access format directly from the web page of the editor or from my researchgate web page.

Are you interested or are you involved in the design and development of new solution for building automation? Let's  talk about it.

 

Regards,

Francesco.

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Hi Francesco, Thanks for sharing your work. I'm very happy in-particular to see Honeybee and Butterfly are used on the same project. We need, and we will make, a more integrated approach in the near future.

Hi Mostapha, 

as reported in the acknowledgments of the paper, thanks to you, Chris Mackey and all developers of LB/HB/BF/DF. Thanks to Theodore for the great collaboration. Finally, thanks also to the support of the community that is the added value of these tools.  

One question in relation to your sentence quoted below:

We need, and we will make, a more integrated approach in the near future.

In this integrated approach it could be possible to consider also a tool for acoustic simulations? This topic of June 2016 leaves no hope.

Hi Francesco,

By that sentence I meant better integration between Honeybee and Butterfly.

Back to acoustics we ended up not integrating it into Ladybug Tools. There were several reasons for it including that it needs a different set of skills that none of the current core developers have. The good news is that Arthur has started implementing Pachyderm functionalities to Grasshopper. Check his work here: http://www.grasshopper3d.com/group/pachyderm

Mostapha

Hi Mostapha,

...I meant better integration between Honeybee and Butterfly.

It was clear. 

Back to acoustics we ended up not integrating it into Ladybug Tools. There were several reasons for it including that it needs a different set of skills that none of the current core developers have.

Ok, I understood.

The good news is that Arthur has started implementing Pachyderm functionalities to Grasshopper. Check his work here: http://www.grasshopper3d.com/group/pachyderm

Yes, I know Pachyderm... Thank you.

All the best for your future development work.

Francesco

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