Building Analytics for COVID-19 and Post-COVID-19 Building Operations
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The current global pandemic brings so much uncertainty into our day to day lives. This informative webinar explores how HVAC building analytics can be leveraged to detect faults that compromise occupant safety, and report on health compliance standards, while still ensuring that we are not wasting energy unnecessarily in the process. Regular communication with building occupants will go a long way to alleviate fears around the transmission of COVID-19 in indoor spaces.
Along with examples of compliance reports, we will investigate how your energy consumption and reporting may be impacted by COVID-19 and provide recommendations on how to obtain the data needed to improve accuracy. Finally, we discuss tips on how to best communicate the results of compliance monitoring to occupants, bringing peace of mind to everyone who enters your buildings.
- Learn how building analytics can be used for both fault detection and compliance reporting
- Learn what type of sensors will add the most value to your compliance monitoring
- Learn how your energy reporting initiatives may need to adapt to accommodate changing occupancy
- Learn how to communicate results and gain trust from building occupants
- Derek John
Derek has been with CopperTree Analytics for close to 7 years and has managed several projects in the commercial real estate, government, education and healthcare sectors. He has a background in engineering, and his interests include data analytics for building performance improvement, controls optimization, energy management, and behavioral change programs for occupants and operators.
- Jessica Wilson
Jessica is the Director of Technical Services at CopperTree Analytics. With a background in HVAC controls and automation, Jessica joined CopperTree in 2015. Her team of application engineers and technologists enable our partners and clients to realize their energy optimization goals through building analytics.