SM19: Combining Energy and Building Management Systems to Improve Asset Performance
Nicholas Heydon, Australasian Channel Manager, Optergy
This session explores using energy management systems (EMS) combined with building automation systems (BMS) to expose opportunities for improved building performance in commercial, retail, educational, government, healthcare and office sectors.
Combined systems result in lower installation costs, provide a single source of responsibility for delivery of high performing buildings, contextual alarming and greater overall efficiency. The session will outline how combined BMS & EMS alerts are actionable immediately and deliver automated real-time feedback pointing the onsite personnel towards solutions rather than being a noise generator.
A case study on Mirvac's Office Portfolio will be examined, demonstrating how a combined BMS & EMS system enables optimisation of building performance.
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Employment for Nicholas started as an apprentice electrician. After completing a trade and working in the commercial construction industry for almost 10 years he shifted gears into an engineering role with a leading Building Automation and Energy Management Company. Nicholas is an expert in automation and tuning of high performing buildings in the commercial office, retail and education sectors and was involved in delivering one of the first 6 Star NABERS rated buildings.
Studying a Bachelor of Business part time at Macquarie University, Nicholas progressed from engineering towards business and sales orientated roles where he received multiple awards for Sales and Estimating.
Nicholas is currently the Australasian Channel Manager for Optergy, responsible for business development, sales, marketing and channel partner management across the Australasia region. Nicholas’s goal is to provide the tools that help reduce the built environments energy intensity. Over the span of his working career he wishes to see the world turn a corner, and global energy consumption decline (wishfully thinking).
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.