Thermography if it is properly used, could evolve into a valuable diagnostic tool for predictive maintenance in
buildings. The main objective of this work is to point out the harmonised procedures and the produced guidelines for
building thermography in Europe with the intention of maintaining a high standard of work. The proposed
thermography approach would be used in the buildings diagnostics and monitoring taking into consideration various
climate zones and environmental parameters, according to the new ISO working group that was formed in 2007, with
the intention of updating the existing standard and in the next stage to develop other connecting standards, if necessary.