I've read many posts on leaks always being an issue, and also on condensation and the need for insulation to breathe and not retain moisture and mold.
I have a 2 step idea:
I see there are 12 volt
moisture sensors for alarm type uses for sale at $20 or less, same as in a sump-pump warning, or in an A/C or dehumidifier drip pan. What if I mounted several in the floor c- channels and made a control panel to either sound an alarm or light an LED for the respective sensor to indicate a new leak or excessive condensation in the walls ?
Then for when/if the sensors sound the alarm:
Mount several small DC computer fans in inconspicuous places penetrating the inside skin only, and near the bottom of the walls in hopefully every section also install breather holes ( I have found some stainless ringed screens about 5/8" dia.) These breathers and fans could be sealed until this step, The fans could have a reversible polarity switch to either positively or negatively ventilate your your walls to let them dry out, or to even do some bubble type leak testing outside to fix the problem. There are also greenhouses that positively ventilate between 2 poly film layers to markedly increase the R-Value (this is a huge maybe for the AS though, really more for water issues than insulation increase )
Does this system sound feasible?