Clean Energy - Solar
DOE American Energy Data Challenge – Open Data By Design - Construction Performance Measurement Dashboard using XBRL-CET
Nation’s First Thin-Film Solar Charging Station Opens
Automated Solar Panel Cleaning System
Sponsored by the Sierra Nevada Brewing Company
PowerSave Campus Program
Clean Energy - Wind
Collegiate Wind Competition
Submission to Collegiate Wind Competition 2016
Partnering with Construction Industry
2005 - Industry Experts to Assist CSU Chico in Development of National Prototype for Electronic Surety Transactions
Construction Management Students Take First in Building Information Modeling at National Competition - Webcor
CSU Chico Dedicates Turner BIM Lab
Partnering with the Smart Grid Interoperability Panel and XBRL-CET.
DOE Funding Grant - Buildings University Innovators And Leaders Development
University Interoperability Research Facility
Partnering with the State of California, Department of Transportation (Caltrans)
California Pavement Preservation Center at California State University
Partnering with Associated General Contractors
Collaboration to Improve Access to Surety Credit For Small and Emerging Contractors
Push Intensifies For Open Standards In Construction Industry
AGC Surety Connection Project at California State University Chico
College of Engineering, Computer Science, & Construction Management
College of Business
Join the Interoperability Cause!
Chico State has been at the center of the data interoperability movement for more than a decade and is well positioned to serve as a catalyst in promoting open standards utilization within the construction industry, and more specifically within the crusade afoot to establish solar “bankability” data sets and analytics.
Our institutional priority in conceptualizing the Center for Data Interoperability is in providing both the interdisciplinary intellectual expertise and the student person-power to develop and disseminate value-added innovation to our partners.
Our aims toward this end align closely with those mandates articulated in California Senate Bill 350 and serves as a robust environment for student discovery and skill application by providing real-world challenges.
The Internet of Things-Data Interoperability provides the context to take this beyond our institutional walls and collaborate with other national leaders in developing solutions to these vexing and complex problem sets.
As such, we welcome all stakeholders and contributors to the table with the invitation to join forces with “Team Chico” to further accelerate innovation and adoption.
We are looking for your help and here’s how you can join the cause:
True data interoperability portends unimagined efficiencies and financial gains in a wide array of industrial sectors. Our first forays here within the context of the federally sponsored Green – and Orange – button initiatives will serve as a springboard in readily addressing emerging needs in these other sectors. Chico State’s Center for Data Interoperability provides a “neutral test-bed” for developed innovations that can be readily disseminated to a robust network of industry partners who hold a rich history of collaboration with the campus.
Come join the interoperability cause!
College of Business
California State University Chico