Jan. 2018 Presentation - Intelligent Buildings

  • 08 Jan 2018
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM (CST)
  • Clarion Hotel Kansas City, 12601 95th St. Lenexa, KS 66215

Registration

(depends on selected options)

Base fee:
  • Eight for Six Program - Get eight lunches for the pice of six for $150. Requires Annual Prepayment for the entire year online through PayPal or at the door. September Meeting Onlu. $25.00 x 6 = $150.00
  • For On-line prepayment
  • REQUIRES PREREGISTRATION ONLINE $25.00 per person payment by cash or check at the door.
  • A great opportunity to support Student Night and help defray the costs!
  • If you register as a student, check the name of your school in the registration form and please show up.
  • Walk-Ins are always welcome. For those who do not preregister prior to the cut-off date.
January 2018
  

Discounted, Online Registration is open until Thursday, January 4th.
(Weren't able to preregister? Don't let that stop you. Walk-ins are welcome, luncheon is $30)

   

Clarion Hotel Kansas City

(Previously Crown Plaza Hotel)

 

    Jim Vallort

ESD

Jim Vallort spent his career focusing on energy: from measuring energy usage, optimizing systems, integrating automation to control energy and the impact of commissioning on energy consumption.

 

Jim is a Senior Vice president with ESD headquartered in Chicago, IL, a consulting engineering firm. Jim also serves as an ASHRAE Society Vice President for the 2015-2016 Board of Directors. He currently serves as a member of Standard Project Committee 211P, Standard for Commercial Building Energy Audits, and Technical Committee (TC) 7.9, Building  Commissioning. Jim previously served on the Board as a director-at-large in 2005-08 and as Region VI director and Regional Chair in 2001-04.

 

Jim has over 20 publications and numerous presentations under his belt on topics ranging from Energy Efficiency, Automation and Commissioning to Underfloor Air Distribution. He has been an invited speaker at multiple fortune 500 companies educating their staff on building automation, energy efficiency, existing building commissioning and new construction commissioning.


 

Topic of Discussion

 

Intelligent Buildings

 Technology Is Changing What Is Possible In The Built Environment

This is a joint meeting with AIA & USGBC. This presentation on Intelligent Buildings qualifies for the following association credits:

 

GBCI Approved Credit Hour – Course #0920010404

 

AIA Approved Credit LU – Course #JVALLORT01

 

 

There is a lot of buzz around Intelligent, or Smart, Buildings, but what is an Intelligent Building? This presentation on will examine the answers to this question and how you can put your building on its path to a “higher education”.

 

Advancements in technology have given the engineer the ability to aggregate and share data across disparate systems thereby creating opportunities to increase energy and operational efficiencies, improve occupant comfort, safety, productivity, and enrich the visualization capabilities for the organization’s numerous internal and external stakeholders. The intelligent building platform will result in a more efficient, secure and productive asset  that has the capacity to continuously improve over its lifetime.



      Please RSVP at www.kcashrae.org by Thursday, Jan 4th.
      


Fees are $25 for those who RSVP by deadline and $30.00 at the door.

 

Directions to Clarion Hotel Kansas City 

12601 W. 95th St., Lenexa Kansas 66215 
     

Hotel Front Desk: 913-217-1000
        
     


       

          

Hope to see everyone at this month’s lunch program!


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