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VDI/VDE 6008 BLATT 3

Barrier-free buildings - Aspects of electrical installation and building automation

active, Most Current
Organization: VDI
Publication Date: 1 January 2014
Status: active
Page Count: 71
ICS Code (Automatic controls for household use): 97.120
ICS Code (Aids for disabled and handicapped persons in general): 11.180.01
ICS Code (Electricity supply systems): 91.140.50
scope:

This standard complements other technical rules dealing with barrier-free construction by pointing out ways how technical building services can reduce barriers, increase safety and enhance convenience. While doing this, it bears the users' individuality in mind.

This standard deals with requirements and solution approaches in real estate properties regarding electrical installations and building automation and their useful combinations with other technical building services.

The standard is intended for the following target audiences:

  • architects and engineers
  • acting companies
  • advice offices (e.g. for housing conversion)
  • welfare organisations and charities
  • municipal and national building authorities
  • building owners and investors
  • the housing industry
  • persons concerned and their families
  • training and education institutions
  • insurers and funds bearing the costs for technical measures, acc. to the German Social Code (SGB)
  • distributors of subsidies

Document History

VDI/VDE 6008 BLATT 3
January 1, 2014
Barrier-free buildings - Aspects of electrical installation and building automation
This standard complements other technical rules dealing with barrier-free construction by pointing out ways how technical building services can reduce barriers, increase safety and enhance...

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