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E109 Introductory Smart Building Technologies

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RWI E109 Introduction to smart building automation fundamentals – including types of systems, communication protocols and integration

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Overview of the design and implementation process for Smart Buildings – understanding what to include and what the life cycle economics are

Emerging Applications – including Human Machine Interface, Remote Access, Fault detection, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence

Emerging Energy Conservation and Indoor Environmental Strategies

Reference codes and standards and rating systems applicable to BAS

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Prerequisites:

• Some basic understanding of HVAC, Energy and Building Automation

Who Should Attend:

• Government officials (municipal and regional)

• Major energy users (commercial, industrial, institutional)

• Consulting engineers / Energy and sustainability consultants

• Developers (smart building projects)

• Building Operators

• Energy managers

• Investment analysts in the Property Technologies sector

Trainer: David Katz, MBA.

Speaking Ambassador for the Continental Automated Buildings Association.

For more info contact : Leon Wasser, MBA, P.Eng. Director, School of Energy

Leon@RWInstitute.ca or (416) 473-4614


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The Resilient World Institute provided high quality intensive training to individuals and groups involved in and responsible for the sustainability objectives of thier organization or clients.

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