Innovation Forum: The Occupant & Energy Nexus
- Fri November 15, 2019, 8:30 am - 12:00 pm
- First Canadian Place - Toronto, ON
- Event (Chapter)
Date: Friday, November 15, 2019
Time: 8:30am - 12:00pm
Location: Toronto Region Board of Trade - First Canadian Place, 77 Adelaide St. W, Toronto, ON (Map)
CaGBC is hosting a series of Innovation Forums this fall that will provide an in-depth exploration of the nexus between optimizing high performance buildings and the occupant experience.
High performance buildings must balance and optimize each component of the building, but don’t often fully accommodate the occupant influences in the equation. This human dimension of building design is critical to achieving not only our energy goals, but wellbeing and productivity goals, and reduced operations and management loads. This forum will showcase innovative products, services, and market solutions that deliver maximum building performance while achieving occupant satisfaction.
Presenter: Chad Mitchell, Head of End User Marketing, Signify Canada (Bio)
Topic: The Art of the Possible: Lighting Beyond Illumination
Harness the power of your lighting infrastructure with an IoT platform, sensors and advanced lighting technology that converge to deliver intelligence such as indoor navigation, space management, space optimization, thermal management, LiFi, asset tracking and human centric lighting. Come and explore the art of the possible for a brighter tomorrow.
Presenter: Suzanne Wiltshire, MBA, CGD, Business Developer, Commercial HVAC Division, Mitsubishi Electric Sales Canada Inc. (Bio)
Topic: VRF Space Conditioning for Internal Zoning and Heat: A Case Study
This presentation examines the application of VRF technology to deliver occupant comfort heating and cooling while minimizing energy consumption and its integration in the Watershed Conservation Centre, a LEED Platinum building.
Presenter: Angus MacLaurin, Director of Product Marketing, View, Inc (Bio)
Topic: Dynamic glazing for the next generation of smart and healthy buildings
Dynamic glazing presents an innovative solution to meet the challenge of producing sustainable, comfortable, and energy-efficient buildings. This presentation will explain through a series of case studies how dynamic glazing and its various applications can achieve view preservation, glare control, and thermal comfort.
Featuring an expert panel including:
Tony Cupido, Chief Building and Facilities Officer, Research Chair - Sustainability,
Mohawk College (Bio)
Managing Occupant Loads in a Zero Carbon Building
Alan Murphy, Principal, Green Reason Inc. (Bio)
From Design Considerations to Tenant Engagement Programs
- First Canadian Place
- 77 Adelaide Street West
- Postal Code:
- M5X 1C1
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