Free IES breakfast briefings in Australia and Singapore
Join our Founder and CEO, Dr. Don McLean
06th November 2014
IES is delighted to announce our founder and CEO, Don McLean, will be hosting a series of free breakfast briefings in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Singapore in November 2014.
During the breakfast briefing, Don will be discussing:
Updates and future enhancements within the Virtual Environment for the Australian region
Upcoming development plans for JV3:
Our development team are now working hard to update this module. Don will cover what's included and the anticipated launch date.
Updates to ApacheHVAC:
As part of our next feature pack we will release some valuable updates for customers to the HVAC module. Some of the enhancements that Don can discuss include:
- Integrated System Management (ISM) – ISM phase one will remove the extended loads calculation spreadsheet and replaces it with calculation engine.
- New modelling capabilities for chilled water loops. (ISLTC) (DCHWLP).
Bridging the Performance Gap
Our sophisticated Virtual Environment technology can help your building projects deliver on design expectations and close the gap between predicted and real performance and look at the key role of the operational model in reducing energy consumption and carbon emissions, as part of a Soft Landings approach.
ERGON - In working to bridge the performance gap, we have launched our brand new ERGON cloud service which allows you to import, manage and interrogate real building profile or schedule data (down to 1 minute time steps) for use within your VE simulations. You can utilise measured data from the actual building you’re investigating to create profiles that enhance model calibration.
We are involved in all levels of research with respect to sustainable and environmental design for spaces. We invest 1/4 of our turnover in R&D to ensure our analytical tools and industry knowledge stays the most pioneering and innovative. Some of our current projects include work in smart cities and Building Operations, and examples in both areas will be presented, such as our nearly completed Glasgow Future Cities smart cities project.
Register to attend today!
The events will start with a light breakfast at 8am followed by a short presentation with an opportunity to ask questions at the end. They will last approximately 90 minutes.
To register your interest in attending the upcoming breakfast briefings, simply select the location you wish to attend from the list opposite and complete the registration form.
Sydney - Tues 18th Nov
Brisbane - Wed 19th Nov
Melbourne - Thurs 20th Nov
Perth - Fri 21st Nov
Singapore - Mon 24th Nov
Get in touch
If you have any questions please don't hesitate to be in touch with us by emailing our Events Team or call +61 (0) 3 9808 8431.