Intelligent Use of Intelligent Building Solutions
Understanding the Available Solutions to Improve Your Campus and Learning Environments
Technology advances over the past decade have made learning environments more efficient, personalized, comfortable, and relevant to today’s society, but these advances come at a cost. Those costs are busting the budgets of school district and college and university operations, leaving little available for investments in sustainability.
This presentation will address some of the available programs and concerns with information technologies, helping facility administrators and managers better make use of these resources. These include:
- Sustainability is about much more than renewable power such as solar and wind. It is about building materials, furnishings, energy, and infrastructure. The presentation will introduce resources for these other renewable elements.
- Internet of Things (IoT) is used by most everyone in their everyday lives, including classroom and campus environments. These IoT components (tablets, laptops, and smartphones) in the hands of students pose not only bandwidth/demand loading problems, but create a cybersecurity threat to all devices on the campus network. You will gain an understanding how to recognize threat points, what technologies are available to help mitigate these threat points, and what the government is doing that schools can learn from.
- Special programs are in place through local, state, and federal government programs. Webinar attendees will learn about available rebate resources, programs and financing resources to obtain all types of sustainable solutions to help modernize facilities and campuses.
Date: Thursday, July 19, 2018
Time: 10 AM Pacific / Noon Central / 1 PM Eastern
Duration: 1 hour
CEU: 1 LU (live attendees only)
All attendees who watch the entire live Webinar will receive a digital certificate for 1 AIA LU (learning unit). These will count toward the requirements for the AABC Commissioning Group’s (ACG’s) CxA (Certified Commissioning Authority), the Energy Management Association’s EMP (Energy Management Professional), and LEED general education requirements. Many other certifications accept AIA LUs, attendees should check with their certification body for approval.
Each attendee applying for CEU credit must individually register for the Webinar so his/her attendance can be tracked. Please note that processing of certificates can take up to 7 days. Filing for approval with appropriate state engineering boards and knowing the applicable state licensing board requirements are the responsibilities of the individual attendee.
About Our Speaker
Ray Prosise, director of Government Business Development at Onicon, has been providing energy measurement and savings solutions and instruction to intelligent building customers since 1982. These customers include K–12, higher ed, and government spaces. Ray’s experience has allowed him to work with key engineering firms and manufacturers that provide intelligent solutions within these structures. These solutions include network communications, building controls, access control and surveillance, and data acquisition with analytics. His work and efforts have not only allowed full integration of these disparate systems, but have also provided energy savings and improved operational efficiencies.
A Special Thanks to Our Partners and Sponsors
Partners: Energy Management Association and AABC Commissioning Group