Drive Resource Efficiency: Take Control of Your Data
Free Live Webinar, 26th Feb, 2:30pm
13th February 2015
Data has always played a profound role in decision making – more so in this world of digital data. Large Supermarkets pioneered using data on a massive scale for commercial advantage and operational efficiency. Why should buildings be any different? Buildings today have increasing volumes of data available from AMR, Sub Meters, BMS, Lighting Management, and Door Entry systems, as well as other sensor readings. However, they are not always logged effectively, stored for any length of time, analysed in depth or even easily accessible.
What will the webinar cover?
We will discuss what is realistically possible when you take control of the building data and start investigating it from a complete and integrated viewpoint using advanced analytic tools. It will look at the challenges, considerations and results that you could expect.
We will use a 1 year Proof of Concept study undertaken with Glasgow City Council as the basis for this webinar. We will also weave in lessons learned and anecdotes from other projects. The study covered the Riverside Primary School, Glasgow City Chambers, Exchange House and Collegelands. Read more about the study here.
Webinar Details & Registration
Date: 26th February 2015
Time: 2:30pm - 3:30pm GMT
Speaker: Mark Gifford
Mark Gifford is a CIBSE Chartered Engineer, registered Low Carbon Energy Assessor (Level 5) and USGBC LEED Accredited Professional, with 10 years experience on the global sustainable construction stage. A specialist in low-energy sustainable design and an expert in thermal simulation of high-performance buildings and HVAC systems, he has been extensively involved in cutting-edge research on calibrating and comparing simulation results against BMS data, developing smart metering infrastructure and implementing predictive data analytics, in addition to Building Information Modelling.
If you have any questions about the webinar or how we can help you take control of your data, please email Erik Archer or call (+44) 0141 945 8500.