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CIBSE NZ | The Anatomy of the Smart Building

CIBSE ANZ Region

Tuesday, 23 October 2018 from 12:30 pm to 5:45 pm (NZDT)

CIBSE NZ | The Anatomy of the Smart Building

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Ticket Type Sales End Price * Fee Quantity
CIBSE Member (Early Bird) Ended NZ$199.00 NZ$0.00
Non-Member (Early Bird) Ended NZ$245.00 NZ$0.00
Organisation Group *3 plus tks (Early Bird)   more info Ended NZ$165.00 NZ$0.00
CIBSE Member (from 15/9/2018) 2d 6h 31m NZ$245.00 NZ$0.00
Non-Member (from 15/9/2018)   more info 2d 6h 31m NZ$295.00 NZ$0.00
Organisation Group *3 plus tks (from 15/9/2018)   more info 2d 8h 31m NZ$210.00 NZ$0.00
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If smart buildings are the solution, what is the problem?

Building services professionals know the value of better buildings, but in a world of rapidly changing employee demographics and technology advances, how do we create a more connected, more dynamic, and more flexible work place? How can we align the business outcomes to markets where efficiency and productivity are important and also attracting and retaining good employees are key drivers to decrease vacancy rates? From net-zero to nano-sensors and the internet of things, blockchain to embedded networks and even virtual reality – staying informed is getting harder, but failure to do so means you could be left behind.

Recognising the need to provide unbiased, up-to-date and sensible advice, the CIBSE ANZ 2018 Seminar Series – The Anatomy of the Smart Building, will focus on new and emerging technologies, and the issues around assessment and implementation.

Re-imagine the future of the built environment as a well-connected, convenient, healthy, and efficient facility for the next generation workforce, and hear about some of the barriers to success and lessons learned from first hand design and implementation experiences.

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KEYNOTE SPEAKERS will address your issues around assessment and implementation:

 

DELIVERING ENERGY EFFICIENT INFRASTRUCTURE
Hywel Davies – CIBSE Technical Director

What does ‘Smart’ really look like? Is it a building that can monitor its own systems and identify potential problems before they happen? Or is it a building that the FM team can manage effectively by monitoring performance in near real time to deliver a comfortable, effective indoor environment for those who use it?

 

 

OPTIMISING SUSTAINABLE, SMART BUILDINGS - AUT CASE STUDIES
Warren Smith, Associate Director Building Services at Auckland University of Technology

The tuning of a smart building that has been designed for sustainability. What are the lessons that can be learnt from optimising the operation of two new buildings at AUT? 


BIM IN THE SMART BUILDING
Brett Naylor, BIM delivery leader, Beca
 

If a truly smart building is to be achieved, then we must look at not only how a project is delivered but also how it is operated and maintained. How do we fully digitalise management and operations to leverage the true potential a smart building?



 

NEXT GENERATION ECOSYSTEMS
Jonathan Clarke, Associate Director & Controls Gp Mgr Digital Buildings, NDY 

Why approach Smart Buildings the same way we have been doing building automation for more than 15 years? What will disrupt traditional methods of procurement, and what are the technology deployment challenges?


 

 

SYSTEM ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE
Cameron Sandell, Senior Consultant, IBMS
 

How can a smart building deliver answers to questions we have not yet thought of? Understand some of the technical elements and methodology required to achieve a scalable and future proof foundation for a smart building.

 

 

CYBER SECURITY IN A SMART BUILDING
Wayne Gass, Senior Security Consultant, Jacobs 

Demystifying cyber security – Putting it into practice in a smart facility. Moving forward, what does smart building infrastructure need to look like from a cyber security perspective?



Continued Professional Development

In recognition of the importance of this event, CIBSE offer 5 CPD points for attending and, New Zealand Green Building Council are offering 4 FE points.

 

 Networking Drinks

 

This event will be followed by a sponsored drinks reception from 5:45pm until 7:00pm

 

 

The Seminars will be held as follows:

15 October  – Perth, WA

18 October  – Melbourne, Victoria

23 October – Auckland, New Zealand

25 October  – Sydney, NSW

 

Visit the CIBSE website for abstracts and speaker credentials for the 2018 Seminar Series


Have questions about CIBSE NZ | The Anatomy of the Smart Building? Contact CIBSE ANZ Region

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Beca
21 Pitt Street
Auckland 1010
New Zealand

Tuesday, 23 October 2018 from 12:30 pm to 5:45 pm (NZDT)


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