Intelligent Buildings and Integrated Systems Design

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Date: 
April 16, 2007 - 12:00pm
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90-3075
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An Intelligent Building uses technology and process to create a building that is safer, more comfortable and productive for its occupants, and more operationally efficient for its owners. Advanced technology - combined with improved processes for design, construction and operations - provide a superior indoor environment that improves occupant comfort and productivity while reducing energy consumption and operations staffing. While this may seem too good to be true, these benefits can be achieved and delivered today. This presentation will look at the key technologies, and process changes required to design and deliver Intelligent Building projects.  Results from the recently completed "Intelligent Buildings Roadmap" project will be discussed as well as the  recommended industry actions.

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