Max Gerbut, СEO at PassivDom to report at InnoTech Ukraine 2017
23 February 17Max Gerbut, СEO at PassivDom to report at InnoTech Ukraine 2017
On April 7-9 as part of InnoTech Ukraine 2017 conference, there will be a presentation of Max Gerbut, CEO of PassivDom project.
Topic of his report: “Energy-efficient technologies and mobile construction: How 3D printing increases productivity”.
Key points of the presentation:
• how to develop hardware start-up in Ukraine (real cases);
• 3D printing as integrated construction technology;
• energy efficiency and automation.
Products of PassivDom are autonomous self-learning modular houses, created with the help of 3D printing technology. Such eco-friendly homes do not require connection to electrical and water-supply networks.
Commenting on the possibility to simply relocate PassivDom from one place to another, the speaker said: “It is a new way of life: you can just move your real estate”.
Authors continue to further develop the project, improving their achievements. For example, they are working on the issue of purification and secondary use of water, as well as refining the construction of multistorey “passive houses”.
Max Gerbut has created a “Passive House” project, applying his many years' experience in construction and energy saving servicing. During the conference, he will share his experience, covering the topics of energy efficiency and 3D construction.
Register for the event here.
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