Join us during CLIMA 2016 (22-25 May, Aalborg, Denmark) in our interactive workshop 'Building automation and control systems: continuous operational energy use optimization'.
The aim of the workshop is to interactively discuss about the crucial role of building automation and control systems in continuously optimizing energy use during the operation phase of buildings while at the same time ensuring adequate indoor environment quality and enabling occupants behaviour change. The participants will learn about existing tools that help assess how well a building (new or existing) is equipped for energy use optimization and will be granted the opportunity to provide feedback on the ongoing work of REHVA & eu.bac`s Task Force on Building Automation, Controls and Building Management.
Find here a complete overview of all workshops organized during CLIMA 2016.
Looking forward to welcoming you in Aalborg!
Building automation and control systems have a crucial role in continuously optimizing the energy use during the operation phase of buildings while at the same time ensuring adequate indoor environment quality and enabling occupants’ behaviour change. However, most often due to the sheer variety of solutions that are available, the value proposition from automated controls becomes blurred between competing claims and is adversely affected by implementation problems that are exacerbated by insufficient standardisation. Other barriers to reaping the energy and non-energy benefits of building automation and control systems include among others the following: awareness of options and value propositions, access to qualified personnel to design, install and commission BAC, the fact that poor implementation often goes undetected.
The aim of the workshop is to interactively discuss about the before mentioned issues and what practical tools can be used to overcome them and ensure building automation and control systems deliver their multiple benefits promises. The workshop will include the presentation of several certified buildings.
Industry, designers, architects, specifiers, system integrators, installers, building commissioners, facility managers, energy inspectors, energy auditors, students, building owners.
The discussion shall be underpinned by each presentation and mostly focus on the multiplier effect of building automation and controls, more specifically:
In addition to the traditional questions and answers sessions, the participants will interactively be involved in the workshop via a voting tool. Each presentation will be followed by several multiple choice questions verifying the freshly stored information by participants during the presentations. Those who will pay attention shall receive meaningful rewards.