The Future of Building Occupancy Controls: Safety, Efficiency, and Sustainability in a Post-COVID World
The No. 1 emitter of greenhouse gas emissions is not industry or transportation, but in fact buildings, representing 39% of all global GhG. Furthermore, almost 75% of those building-based emissions come from day-to-day operations – heating, cooling, ventilating, and lighting. And to make things worse, it is estimated that about 30% of the energy used in buildings is wasted. Why? One big problem is that buildings’ HVAC systems are often run with set schedules rather than being dynamic to reflect occupancy, usage, environment and other usage factors.
With more information, like real time occupancy, buildings can make smarter decisions on reducing CO2 emissions by saving energy. Essentially, turn it off when no one is home. Join us Tuesday, October 19th at noon PST/ 3 pm EST for this lively panel discussion and learn about the latest technology and artificial intelligence solutions for running HVAC systems and building controls to optimize for energy savings and sustainability.
• Learn how to reduce energy costs by 30 to 40%+
• Find out what it takes to be on the leading edge of sustainability innovations
• Learn first-hand how customers are using this today to reduce their energy and C02 gas emissions
• Know how to ensure optimal uptime, and run efficiently and effectively for comfort and air quality
Melissa Sokolowsky, Senior Project Manager, Smart Buildings Center
Scott Thomson, P.E., Vice President, McKinstry
Joe Wilkinson, Research & Development Program Manager, ATS Inc.
David Greschler, CEO, Nomad Go AI