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Mobile Solutions presents: New Indoor Climate Service available for Aalto Space app

Aalto Space app now includes a new feature, which allows tailored indoor climate production for campus space users.

The users can adjust the temperature and air conditioning level in the spaces they have reserved. The feature is developed in co-operation between Aalto Real Estate Business, Aalto HVAC, Aalto CS, ACRE and Aalto IT in RealGO project.

The feature is available in the latest version of Aalto Space for both Android and iOS operating systems. In the first phase, it is available in Aalto University Undergraduate Center multi-purpose study spaces U101, U103, U105, U106, U107, U108 and U109.

More information:

Antti Säynäjoki, post-doctoral researcher, Real Estate Business
[email protected]

Veikko Kosonen, Mobile Solutions, Aalto ITS
[email protected]

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