Hear from Taimur Burki and Ryan Gentry of Intel on Wednesday, Feb. 1 to learn how the technology company is establishing its mark as a leader in sustainable, smart buildings.
Intel built SRR3 — its newest, most sustainable and smart building —in Bangalore, India and is retrofitting its headquarters office, RNB, in Santa Clara, California. At USGBC Arizona's Lunch & LEED seminar, "Smart and Green Buildings with Intel: Inside a Case Study of New and Existing Buildings," come learn about these structures' sustainable features and the behind-the-scenes data management to keep them performing to a high standard.
Intel's IoT Gateway connects different systems and aggregates data, offering a holistic view of building performance and helping personnel make better decisions about how to decrease overall energy and water usage.
The gateway is loaded with drivers to communicate with BACnet/IP networks, Modbus TCP/IP devices, proprietary APIs and wireless networks, and acts as the data aggregation point to stream live building data.
Consultants Jeremi Van Wave and Henry Van Lambalgen from Quest Energy Group will also be present during this seminar.
- 11:30 a.m.-12 p.m. — Check-in
- 12-1 p.m. — Presentation
Continuing education: Approved for 1 AIA LU / 1 GBCI CE Hour
For more information about this event, please contact Chad Billings.