Approved for 1 AIA LU
Thursday, February 10th
2:00 PM – 3:00 PM Eastern
Join John Petze, SkyFoundry, and Jan Siroky, Energocentrum Plus (Energy Twin) for a webinar on the exciting developments within the world of machine learning. Viewers will be given a tour of real world examples of how machine learning is used to evaluate energy consumption. Speakers will go over a new tool that allows users to quickly focus on data trends and relationships without tedious manual processing.
Who Should Attend?
- Energy Managers
- Commissioning Providers
- Building Owners & Facility Managers
- O&M Managers
- MEP Engineers
- HVAC Testing Professionals
- Other Building Professionals
- Energy consumption regression models – model types, purposes, and limitations
- Major difference between daily and hourly aggregation in energy data analysis
- Importance of automation of energy data preprocessing and models management
- De-mystifying ML through specific use case examples
SkyFoundry: SkyFoundry‘s SkySpark analytics platform automatically analyzes data from building automation systems, metering systems and other smart devices to identify issues, patterns, deviations, faults and opportunities for operational improvements and cost reduction. SkySpark is an open platform enabling data from a wide range of sources to be continuously analyzed, helping building owners, operators and engineers “find what matters” in the vast amount of data produced by their equipment systems. SkySpark is an ideal fit for commissioning and M&V applications.
Energocentrum Plus (Energy Twin): Energocentrum Plus focuses on research and development in the field of energy and HVAC. It develops its own cloud system Mervis SCADA and PLC runtime Mervis RT/IDE. Its research focuses on machine learning and fault detection. Machine learning methods for the energy analysis are implemented in the Energy Twin product
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Learn more here. EMA regularly hosts educational webinars to update the industry with technology, trends, and tools for energy management and new and existing building commissioning. Over 600 member companies and 2,500+ professionals across our allied associations (energy management, commissioning, and test and balance professionals) depend on our webinars for information on the evolving field and for continuing education credit to uphold certification. Outside of our membership, facility managers, building owners, and other building experts/stakeholders see the value in and register for our webinars.