DOMUS PROJECT latest news

IKA represented DOMUS at the Colloquium Beijing 2019

Partner IKA has represented DOMUS at the Colloquium Beijing event in China, which took place on 14 – 16 November 2019. The event With excellent presentations and speakers as well as... Read more

IEE represented DOMUS at the Innovation Forum of the productronica 2019 (14 November 2019)

Partner IEE has shown DOMUS findings at the Innovation Forum of the productronica 2019, which took place on 14 November 2019 in Munich. IEE is an active member of the... Read more

DOMUS – Fourth General Assembly, Graz, Austria

The DOMUS Consortium had a successful Fourth General Assembly, which took place on 9-10 May 2019. It has been hosted by Virtual Vehicle Research Center (ViF), in Graz, Austria. Share... Read more

DOMUS – Third General Assembly, Montargis, France

The DOMUS Consortium had a successful Third General Assembly, which took place on 10-11 December 2018, hosted by Hutchinson, in Montargis, France   Share this...FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPrint

Release: The First DOMUS Newsletter!

The first DOMUS Newsletter has been released in October 2018. You can see the full version of the newsletter via this link! If you are interested to receive future updates.... Read more

DOMUS Flyer published!

The first DOMUS Flyer has been published. To view the full flyer please click here! Share this...FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPrint

DOMUS Workshop – Towards a more holistic comfort model

One of the objectives of the DOMUS project is to improve the electric drive range across a wide extent of ambient conditions while maintaining an acceptable level of comfort. Looking... Read more

DOMUS Design Workshop by ViF

On July 5th, 2018 DOMUS work package 2 held a workshop in Munich to support the goal of developing innovative and disruptive cabin designs for electric vehicles (EV). The workshop... Read more

IKA Workshop on user requirements in thermal environments

One goal of the EU-granted H2020 project DOMUS is to determine the user´s perception and requirements of comfort and cabin energy requirements in efficient electric vehicles. In its role as... Read more

Deliverable 1.1 published – ‘Priority Factors for Estimating Comfort’ (COV)

In deliverable 1.1, led by Coventry University, the priority factors for estimating comfort have been researched and described. It is a precursor to deliverable D1.3, which will provide the DOMUS... Read more