Tue, Nov 17 | Webinar - Zoom details will be sent

PAST EVENT: Digital Twin Technology in Buildings

This presentation will explore the emerging digital twin technology for buildings. This pairing of the virtual and physical worlds allows analysis of data and monitoring of systems to head off issues before they occur, uncover new energy savings opportunities, and plan for future events.
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Nov 17, 2020, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Webinar - Zoom details will be sent

About The Event

This presentation will explore the emerging digital twin technology for buildings. This pairing of the virtual and physical worlds allows analysis of data and monitoring of systems to head off issues before they occur, uncover new energy savings opportunities, and plan for future events.

These solutions can provide a "single pane of glass" through which disparate systems such as building automation, lighting, fire alarm, security, and elevators are integrated. The challenges of these integrations will be explored as well as practical issues like avoidance of "analysis paralysis,” real-time database management, data-tagging, and model upkeep.

CEU/PDH credits will be available.

Speakers:

Gregg Fischer, Founder and CEO, Fischer Energy Partners

David Unger, Founder and CEO, Sentient Buildings

Bios

Gregg Fischer

With over 12 years in the energy and property technology systems engineering sector, Gregg has a unique experience set that bridges contracting, property ownership and, now, technical consulting.

Out of Boston University’s Electrical Engineering bachelor’s program and Stony Brook’s Global Operations Management master’s program, Gregg has previously held positions as a building automation project manager & engineer for a Schneider Electric channel partner, called TM Bier & Associates, energy services project developer for the Trane Company, and, most recently, Director of Energy Systems at Tishman Speyer. He has a broad range of career experiences that include implementing large scale building automation systems, conceptualizing and building turnkey thermal ice storage & central plant systems and managing energy conservation strategies.

As of the beginning of 2020, Gregg opened his own consulting firm called Fischer Energy that focuses on planning and deploying energy and property technology management systems. Gregg will be utilizing his diverse experience, as well as, his New York State Professional Engineer (PE) license and AEE Certified Energy Manager (CEM) certification that he picked up along his career path to spread his experiences and knowledge to all building owners.

David Unger

David Unger is the founding CEO of Sentient Buildings LLC, a New York clean-tech advanced controls company that enables property owners and managers to conserve energy and reduce operating costs for multi-family, commercial and institutional buildings through a comprehensive Building Management System (BMS), while Maximizing the Value of Comfort™.

With more than 20 years experience growing technology-focused companies, David has been a pioneer in the use of internet and web-based technologies. In 1994, David founded MediaStream, an innovative New York web services company. As President and Lead Application Architect, he helped develop and deploy several custom B2B and intranet portal applications for clients such as, Cushman & Wakefield, ABC/Disney, The New York Mercantile Exchange and Primedia. In 2006 he joined U.S. Energy Group as their Chief Technology Officer to lead the development of their USE-Manager software platform, eventually rising to become their Chief Operating Officer. Under his leadership, he introduced several new product innovations for remote building monitoring and control through a central cloud-based platform.

David holds a Master’s degree in Technology Management from Columbia University and has a BA in Political Science from Tulane University

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