The most exciting new technologies in architecture in 2021

A.D. 2021: The world is changing faster than ever, for better or for worse. Although this is a natural phenomenon, it is clear that the outbreak of the CVD-19 outbreak has exacerbated the level of suspicion in the world. Socio-political and economic issues, as well as the growing threat of climate change, have joined forces to shape our common consciousness. Thus, new approaches and solutions are needed to both adapt to this new reality and make it better.

The AEC industry in particular is motivated to change. The flow of new technologies, from carbon computing software to the development of new materials, is a major response in each of them.

During the year, architects closely covered a wide selection of these developments. Here are some of the highlights:

Skype Detail releases independent drone software that can instantly create 3D models

The United States, the world’s largest maker of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), has launched a suite of software designed to produce 3D models of real-world 3D drones.

Norwegian company is developing 1,000-foot-tall beach wind turbines with 80,000 homes each.

A Norwegian company, Wind Catching Systems, is developing the technology in 1,000-foot-high offshore wind farms, which are arranged in a series of square grids. The company said the grids will increase efficiency, reduce land use and reduce production costs compared to traditional wind turbines.

Ohio State researchers have discovered a new method for designing noise barriers

Researchers at Ohio State University have developed a new design, in which resonators are absorbed directly into the material. Resonators have been found to be effective in reducing vibration and have several real-world applications, such as creating better soundproofing walls and aircraft frames that reduce noise entering the room.

The research team created a new ‘smart’ window that reduces heat without blocking views

An international research team led by scientists at the University of Singapore Nanging Technology has developed a new window material that limits infrared radiation. The technology helps to reduce the energy required to cool and heat buildings.

Tokyo University researchers develop new building materials made from recycled concrete and carbon dioxide

Professor Epe Maruyama and Calcane Carbonate Circular System for Construction (C4S) Project Manager Professor Takafumi Nougchi from the University of Tokyo Department of Architecture have combined concrete waste and retained carbon dioxide to create a new method called Calcium Carbonate Concrete. . This process has the potential to reduce emissions in the construction industry by stimulating some aquatic organisms to form fossils over time.

Researchers say that recycled paper can freeze buildings without electricity

A team of researchers at Northeast University has created a “cooling paper” made from 100% recycled paper, which does not require buildings from conventional ACC systems. The color of the light reflects the sun’s rays far from the buildings, and the perforated micro-structure absorbs the heat generated inside the buildings and regenerates the outside heat.

The world’s first fossil-free metal

Swedish steel manufacturer SSB has announced that it has produced the world’s first fossil-free metal. The development team replaced cocaine coal with fossil fuels with electricity and hydrogen. Although car manufacturer Volvo plans to test prototype vehicles with prototype vehicles and components, the technology is certainly capable of being widely used in construction. Considering how this carbon-reinforced steel production is, this is an exciting breakthrough.

A new supplement company aims to change the way architects and designers use wood waste and use 3D printing technology.

Forrest, a Massachusetts-based desktop metal company, has found a way to convert waste wood waste into 3D printing.

Get software designed by architects to combat climate change

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