• This session will examine BIM models
    This session will examine BIM models

This session will examine building life cycle management from BIM models to the various disparate data sets used in design and construction.

It will cover facility and asset management platforms that are already starting to use AI analytics.

The establishment of practical and enduring asset benchmarking and conditioning monitoring frameworks are essential to enable these platforms to provide high value insights to deliver high performing building services assets, better building environments, lower life cycle costs and reduced environmental impacts.

These insights are also starting to influence building services design and component selection. Data is becoming a continuous system ‘deliverable’, as organisations move away from the audit paradigm to a Darwinian model.

This is system evolution by natural selection driven by real world data.

This presentation describes these emerging frameworks and methodologies, offers case study examples and explains how the technology is converging, and beginning to influence how we think about designing, constructing, operating and maintaining the building services systems in our built environment.

This session will be presented by Nathan Semos, executive manager at Virtual Buildings Information System, on day two of the ARBS seminar program.

Unify systems

In another session planned for ARBS attendees can find out how today's technology can be leveraged to unify building systems to maximize both CAPEX and OPEX savings.

With the advent of "Flat IP" enabled architectures within buildings, backbone infrastructure can be used to unify building systems cost effectively.

This session explains how to leverage the right infrastructure to futureproof commercial buildings.

This session will be presented by Distech Controls vice president of international sales, Ryan Sen, who has more than 20 years of experience in HVAC.

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