Intelligent Buildings to Drive the Future of HVAC

‘Intelligent (smart) buildings – Whatever that means?’ is one of the keynote presentations at ‘The Future of HVAC 2017’ conference.

Associate Director and Controls Group Manager from NDY’s Sydney Office, Jonathan Clarke takes a deep dive into the world of “smart buildings” at the AIRAH future of HVAC conference in Sydney.

Jonathan’s presentation uncovers the challenges of implementing technology in a construction project, the impact of the Internet of Things (IoT) and Cyber Security, and the wave of new tech to hit the industry over the next few years.

Having spent the last 6 months playing with some really cool technology, we need to be prepared for the automation revolution; buildings are going to be ‘uberfied’ so now is the time to embrace the change.

“We are just starting out on a digital journey to make buildings smarter with new technology entering the market place each month. With numerous sensors and connected devices transmitting data, our industry is going to be significantly disrupted – those that embrace the change will flourish whilst others that remain skeptical or resistive will be left behind,” said Jonathan.

Jonathan joins over twenty experts who will present and discuss the advances, ideas and innovations that are driving future efficiencies in the property industry.

There will be an examination of new HVAC technologies and materials, along with advances in future design processes, HVAC and smart grids, net-zero buildings, and big data.

Jonathan Clarke has been involved in the controls and automation industry for over 30 years, with many of those as a systems integrator and designer. He has also consulted to HVAC manufacturers and building portfolio owners and with a focus on integrated solutions and energy reduction.

The Future of HVAC 2017 will be held from 13 – 14 September 2017 at Doltone House Darling Island Warf, Pyrmont, Sydney.

Further information: www.airah.org.au/thefutureofHVAC

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