Hendry's Commercial Development and Engagement Manager Risk Amber Keogh will be giving a keynote presentation on the topic of: Shifting key metrics – Prioritising health and wellbeing within the built environment
Hendry’s Commercial Development and Engagement Manager Risk Amber Keogh will be giving a keynote presentation on the topic of:
Shifting key metrics – Prioritising health and wellbeing within the built environment post-COVID-19
The spotlight on commercial building operators to prioritise health and wellbeing as a key metric of performance signals a significant shift in the market. HVAC&R is a vital piece of this puzzle, along with a raft of other solutions reliant on big data and analytics. To remain competitive, solutions providers must now look to pivot their value proposition and demonstrate what they can do.
In a post-COVID19 built environment, collaboration, integration and agility will be key factors of success from the outset. Looking long term, support is required from complimentary verticals to sustain commerciality brought on by the sudden spotlight on health. In the context of health, the heterogeneity of data must be discernible across prevention, detection and management, with automation playing a large role in management and response.
Following the success of the inaugural 2019 Big Data and Analytics Forum, AIRAH is delighted to announce the 2020 iteration.
Originally scheduled to take place in Melbourne on August 6, this year’s event will now be delivered entirely online due to the coronavirus pandemic. Register now to join us for the half-day live stream.
The 2020 Big Data and Analytics Virtual Forum forms part of AIRAH’s Centenary celebrations.
An attendance of 120 delegates in Sydney in 2019 shows the ever-growing interest in how we can use big data and analytics to proactively control and optimise building HVAC&R systems.
AIRAH’s Big Data and Analytics Virtual Forum 2020 will be a live-streamed half-day event on August 6. It is a chance to hear from industry leaders as we break down what big data is and how we, as an industry, can improve the built environment’s operational efficiencies.
(Thursday) 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm