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As mentioned on Energy Watch,

"Researchers at New York University are looking to detect energy leakage from buildings with help from robots, drones and AI. The team is using a $1 million grant to apply technology to compliance with a New York City law taking effect next year that aims for net-zero emissions at big buildings by 2030. By enabling the non-invasive detection of moisture and thermal irregularities in building envelopes, engineers will not need to make as many physical visits. The AI-powered technology under development at NYU detects building envelope leaks through robots and drone scans. The data collected would be sent to cloud-based servers and analyzed by AI-powered software that can generate detailed reports on building conditions. NYU research team scores $1M for automated building envelope assessments | Facilities Dive"

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