Big Data in Building Services
Free IES Faculty event in central London, 27th April 2016
30th March 2016
The amount of data at the design stage and operation phase has never been greater. BIM is creating huge amounts of data and information which needs to be captured, stored, analysed and leveraged. Similarly, the amount of data from existing buildings, including metered and sub metered data, occupancy, climate, Building Management System (BMS) etc. is not being adequately used to optimise building performance.
This event will describe the application and status of Big Data in the fields of building services, architecture and construction. Using recent case study examples including John Lewis, we will demonstrate how Virtual Environment technology can enable data and building simulation to be used together to optimise building performance at design, operation and beyond.
Event Information & Registration
Date: Wednesday 27th April 2016
Time: 9:30am – 12:30pm
Venue: The Building Centre, 26 Store St, London WC1E 7BT
Speakers: Dr. Naghman Khan, IES
Who should attend?
IESVE users, Engineers, Consultants, Energy and Asset Managers and anyone in the building and architectural community interested in sustainable design.
What will be covered?
- What is big data and where does it come from in buildings
- Understanding data types at each stage, frequency and usage
- Applications of building data and how to use it to optimise performance at the design and operation phase
- Integrating utility and consumption data from existing energy management systems
- Using data for continuous improvement e.g. BREEAM In USE and LEED Dynamic Plaque
- Real life case study examples including John Lewis
- The 'business case' for data driven design and optimisation
- Application in the Virtual Environment
Submit your questions for feedback at the Faculty
You will have the opportunity to pose any questions and share your challenges with us in the Q&A session. Why not take the opportunity to submit a question prior to the Faculty and we’ll do our best to report back during the seminar.
If you have any questions please email our Events Team or call 0141 945 8500.