PD06 Big Data – Is it hype or the future?

Facilitator: Paul Jackson, Associate Director, IBMS

Panel members:

Chris Stamatis, Director, Coppertree Analytics

Laurie Reeves, Manging Director – Victoria, Controlworks

David Walsh, Founder & CEO, CIM Enviromental Group

Leon Wurfel, Manging Director, BUENO

The rise of ‘Big Data’ in the building services industry has spawned the creation of software and algorithms to help collect and analyse it. This session will explore how Building Services data is securely collected, managed and analysed to help optimise and streamline services operation. Discussions will include best practices for data collection, the use of data tagging and the importance of data security and storage.

Presenters will look at the wider impact big data is having on the industry and consider such questions as; Is the data that we are “mining” relevant? Is there too much data - instead of a data lake are we creating a data swamp?

Building analytics software is helping to significantly reduce energy consumption in buildings, while improving occupant comfort and reducing maintenance costs. Learn how data analytics is changing the way we maintain and tune buildings, bringing them into the 21st century. Presentations will outline equipment lifecycle improvements and discuss whether fault detection helps to sweat an asset? The role that data from the built environment can play in optimising the electricity grid will be explored as well as how big data can improve building commissioning.

The AIRAH Big Data and Analytics special technical group (STG) will draw upon their industry knowledge to present real life findings and experiences.

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Note: The seminar program may be subject to change. If you have registered for this seminar any topic, presenter, timetable or price changes will be communicated as soon as possible prior to the event.