FUTUREquipped SMART Housing Unit Descriptor for 'Understanding SMART Homes from a Construction, Information and Communication Technology, and Health and Care Perspective': SCQF Level 6

Lewis Gale

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Abstract

The purpose of this unit is to introduce learners to the concept of SMART homes, from the perspectives of three distinct industry sectors - Construction; Information and Communication Technology; and Health and Care. Learners will be introduced to emergent themes and innovations relating to SMART homes, from three sectoral perspectives, to develop an understanding of how cross-sectoral interactions can enhance the positive economic and societal benefits associated with SMART homes. In the final outcome of this unit, learners will undertake a cross-disciplinary project in response to a SMART home related case study. The Meta skills units will support the skills required in the final section.
LanguageEnglish
Place of PublicationGlasgow
Number of pages7
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 13 Sep 2019

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Construction Industry
Medical Informatics
Biomedical Technology
communication technology
information technology
housing
Economics
Technology
Delivery of Health Care
health
innovation
industry
interaction
economics

Keywords

  • FUTUREuipped
  • digital health
  • innovation
  • digital skills
  • SMART homes
  • construction
  • ICT
  • health care

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