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Building Management Systems for Modern HVAC – (1 CEU)

January 18 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 am

Building Management Systems for Modern HVAC - PDH
Course Description:
Modern buildings are complex; there are lighting systems, HVAC, pumps, security systems, utilities, and more. More often than not, it makes sense to connect all this equipment to a centralized controller or Building Management System (BMS) in order to properly monitor and control it all. In this video we explore how a custom BMS can extract the most performance out of a sophisticated piece of equipment like Paragon HVAC. We apply various use cases including troubleshooting, comfort, and efficiency examples, with a look towards the future and the use of AI.

Prerequisite Knowledge:
None

Learning Objective 1:
Understand what a Building Management System is and its basic uses.

Learning Objective 2:
Compare and contrast traditional HVAC troubleshooting with the proactive approach
Building Management Systems can provide.

Learning Objective 3:
Understand how Building Management Systems can be used by engineers to improve
the efficiency of HVAC equipment.

Learning Objective 4:
Understand how HVAC equipment can be improved using large pools of data gathered
by Building Management Systems.

Details

Date:
January 18
Time:
8:00 am - 9:00 am
Event Category:

Organizer

Kelly Drose
Phone
615.406.1316
Email
kelly.drose@captiveaire.com

Building Management Systems for Modern HVAC - PDH
Course Description:
Modern buildings are complex; there are lighting systems, HVAC, pumps, security systems, utilities, and more. More often than not, it makes sense to connect all this equipment to a centralized controller or Building Management System (BMS) in order to properly monitor and control it all. In this video we explore how a custom BMS can extract the most performance out of a sophisticated piece of equipment like Paragon HVAC. We apply various use cases including troubleshooting, comfort, and efficiency examples, with a look towards the future and the use of AI.

Prerequisite Knowledge:
None

Learning Objective 1:
Understand what a Building Management System is and its basic uses.

Learning Objective 2:
Compare and contrast traditional HVAC troubleshooting with the proactive approach
Building Management Systems can provide.

Learning Objective 3:
Understand how Building Management Systems can be used by engineers to improve
the efficiency of HVAC equipment.

Learning Objective 4:
Understand how HVAC equipment can be improved using large pools of data gathered
by Building Management Systems.

Details

Date:
January 18
Time:
8:00 am - 9:00 am
Event Category:

Organizer

Kelly Drose
Phone
615.406.1316
Email
kelly.drose@captiveaire.com

Building Management Systems for Modern HVAC - PDH
Course Description:
Modern buildings are complex; there are lighting systems, HVAC, pumps, security systems, utilities, and more. More often than not, it makes sense to connect all this equipment to a centralized controller or Building Management System (BMS) in order to properly monitor and control it all. In this video we explore how a custom BMS can extract the most performance out of a sophisticated piece of equipment like Paragon HVAC. We apply various use cases including troubleshooting, comfort, and efficiency examples, with a look towards the future and the use of AI.

Prerequisite Knowledge:
None

Learning Objective 1:
Understand what a Building Management System is and its basic uses.

Learning Objective 2:
Compare and contrast traditional HVAC troubleshooting with the proactive approach
Building Management Systems can provide.

Learning Objective 3:
Understand how Building Management Systems can be used by engineers to improve
the efficiency of HVAC equipment.

Learning Objective 4:
Understand how HVAC equipment can be improved using large pools of data gathered
by Building Management Systems.

Details

Date:
January 18
Time:
8:00 am - 9:00 am
Event Category:

Organizer

Kelly Drose
Phone
615.406.1316
Email
kelly.drose@captiveaire.com

Building Management Systems for Modern HVAC - PDH
Course Description:
Modern buildings are complex; there are lighting systems, HVAC, pumps, security systems, utilities, and more. More often than not, it makes sense to connect all this equipment to a centralized controller or Building Management System (BMS) in order to properly monitor and control it all. In this video we explore how a custom BMS can extract the most performance out of a sophisticated piece of equipment like Paragon HVAC. We apply various use cases including troubleshooting, comfort, and efficiency examples, with a look towards the future and the use of AI.

Prerequisite Knowledge:
None

Learning Objective 1:
Understand what a Building Management System is and its basic uses.

Learning Objective 2:
Compare and contrast traditional HVAC troubleshooting with the proactive approach
Building Management Systems can provide.

Learning Objective 3:
Understand how Building Management Systems can be used by engineers to improve
the efficiency of HVAC equipment.

Learning Objective 4:
Understand how HVAC equipment can be improved using large pools of data gathered
by Building Management Systems.

Details

Date:
January 18
Time:
8:00 am - 9:00 am
Event Category:

Organizer

Kelly Drose
Phone
615.406.1316
Email
kelly.drose@captiveaire.com

Building Management Systems for Modern HVAC - PDH
Course Description:
Modern buildings are complex; there are lighting systems, HVAC, pumps, security systems, utilities, and more. More often than not, it makes sense to connect all this equipment to a centralized controller or Building Management System (BMS) in order to properly monitor and control it all. In this video we explore how a custom BMS can extract the most performance out of a sophisticated piece of equipment like Paragon HVAC. We apply various use cases including troubleshooting, comfort, and efficiency examples, with a look towards the future and the use of AI.

Prerequisite Knowledge:
None

Learning Objective 1:
Understand what a Building Management System is and its basic uses.

Learning Objective 2:
Compare and contrast traditional HVAC troubleshooting with the proactive approach
Building Management Systems can provide.

Learning Objective 3:
Understand how Building Management Systems can be used by engineers to improve
the efficiency of HVAC equipment.

Learning Objective 4:
Understand how HVAC equipment can be improved using large pools of data gathered
by Building Management Systems.

Details

Date:
January 18
Time:
8:00 am - 9:00 am
Event Category:

Organizer

Kelly Drose
Phone
615.406.1316
Email
kelly.drose@captiveaire.com

Building Management Systems for Modern HVAC - PDH
Course Description:
Modern buildings are complex; there are lighting systems, HVAC, pumps, security systems, utilities, and more. More often than not, it makes sense to connect all this equipment to a centralized controller or Building Management System (BMS) in order to properly monitor and control it all. In this video we explore how a custom BMS can extract the most performance out of a sophisticated piece of equipment like Paragon HVAC. We apply various use cases including troubleshooting, comfort, and efficiency examples, with a look towards the future and the use of AI.

Prerequisite Knowledge:
None

Learning Objective 1:
Understand what a Building Management System is and its basic uses.

Learning Objective 2:
Compare and contrast traditional HVAC troubleshooting with the proactive approach
Building Management Systems can provide.

Learning Objective 3:
Understand how Building Management Systems can be used by engineers to improve
the efficiency of HVAC equipment.

Learning Objective 4:
Understand how HVAC equipment can be improved using large pools of data gathered
by Building Management Systems.

Details

Date:
January 18
Time:
8:00 am - 9:00 am
Event Category:

Organizer

Kelly Drose
Phone
615.406.1316
Email
kelly.drose@captiveaire.com

Building Management Systems for Modern HVAC - PDH
Course Description:
Modern buildings are complex; there are lighting systems, HVAC, pumps, security systems, utilities, and more. More often than not, it makes sense to connect all this equipment to a centralized controller or Building Management System (BMS) in order to properly monitor and control it all. In this video we explore how a custom BMS can extract the most performance out of a sophisticated piece of equipment like Paragon HVAC. We apply various use cases including troubleshooting, comfort, and efficiency examples, with a look towards the future and the use of AI.

Prerequisite Knowledge:
None

Learning Objective 1:
Understand what a Building Management System is and its basic uses.

Learning Objective 2:
Compare and contrast traditional HVAC troubleshooting with the proactive approach
Building Management Systems can provide.

Learning Objective 3:
Understand how Building Management Systems can be used by engineers to improve
the efficiency of HVAC equipment.

Learning Objective 4:
Understand how HVAC equipment can be improved using large pools of data gathered
by Building Management Systems.

Details

Date:
January 18
Time:
8:00 am - 9:00 am
Event Category:

Organizer

Kelly Drose
Phone
615.406.1316
Email
kelly.drose@captiveaire.com

Building Management Systems for Modern HVAC - PDH
Course Description:
Modern buildings are complex; there are lighting systems, HVAC, pumps, security systems, utilities, and more. More often than not, it makes sense to connect all this equipment to a centralized controller or Building Management System (BMS) in order to properly monitor and control it all. In this video we explore how a custom BMS can extract the most performance out of a sophisticated piece of equipment like Paragon HVAC. We apply various use cases including troubleshooting, comfort, and efficiency examples, with a look towards the future and the use of AI.

Prerequisite Knowledge:
None

Learning Objective 1:
Understand what a Building Management System is and its basic uses.

Learning Objective 2:
Compare and contrast traditional HVAC troubleshooting with the proactive approach
Building Management Systems can provide.

Learning Objective 3:
Understand how Building Management Systems can be used by engineers to improve
the efficiency of HVAC equipment.

Learning Objective 4:
Understand how HVAC equipment can be improved using large pools of data gathered
by Building Management Systems.

Details

Date:
January 18
Time:
8:00 am - 9:00 am
Event Category:

Organizer

Kelly Drose
Phone
615.406.1316
Email
kelly.drose@captiveaire.com

Building Management Systems for Modern HVAC - PDH
Course Description:
Modern buildings are complex; there are lighting systems, HVAC, pumps, security systems, utilities, and more. More often than not, it makes sense to connect all this equipment to a centralized controller or Building Management System (BMS) in order to properly monitor and control it all. In this video we explore how a custom BMS can extract the most performance out of a sophisticated piece of equipment like Paragon HVAC. We apply various use cases including troubleshooting, comfort, and efficiency examples, with a look towards the future and the use of AI.

Prerequisite Knowledge:
None

Learning Objective 1:
Understand what a Building Management System is and its basic uses.

Learning Objective 2:
Compare and contrast traditional HVAC troubleshooting with the proactive approach
Building Management Systems can provide.

Learning Objective 3:
Understand how Building Management Systems can be used by engineers to improve
the efficiency of HVAC equipment.

Learning Objective 4:
Understand how HVAC equipment can be improved using large pools of data gathered
by Building Management Systems.

Details

Date:
January 18
Time:
8:00 am - 9:00 am
Event Category:

Organizer

Kelly Drose
Phone
615.406.1316
Email
kelly.drose@captiveaire.com

Building Management Systems for Modern HVAC - PDH
Course Description:
Modern buildings are complex; there are lighting systems, HVAC, pumps, security systems, utilities, and more. More often than not, it makes sense to connect all this equipment to a centralized controller or Building Management System (BMS) in order to properly monitor and control it all. In this video we explore how a custom BMS can extract the most performance out of a sophisticated piece of equipment like Paragon HVAC. We apply various use cases including troubleshooting, comfort, and efficiency examples, with a look towards the future and the use of AI.

Prerequisite Knowledge:
None

Learning Objective 1:
Understand what a Building Management System is and its basic uses.

Learning Objective 2:
Compare and contrast traditional HVAC troubleshooting with the proactive approach
Building Management Systems can provide.

Learning Objective 3:
Understand how Building Management Systems can be used by engineers to improve
the efficiency of HVAC equipment.

Learning Objective 4:
Understand how HVAC equipment can be improved using large pools of data gathered
by Building Management Systems.

Details

Date:
January 18
Time:
8:00 am - 9:00 am
Event Category:

Organizer

Kelly Drose
Phone
615.406.1316
Email
kelly.drose@captiveaire.com

Building Management Systems for Modern HVAC - PDH
Course Description:
Modern buildings are complex; there are lighting systems, HVAC, pumps, security systems, utilities, and more. More often than not, it makes sense to connect all this equipment to a centralized controller or Building Management System (BMS) in order to properly monitor and control it all. In this video we explore how a custom BMS can extract the most performance out of a sophisticated piece of equipment like Paragon HVAC. We apply various use cases including troubleshooting, comfort, and efficiency examples, with a look towards the future and the use of AI.

Prerequisite Knowledge:
None

Learning Objective 1:
Understand what a Building Management System is and its basic uses.

Learning Objective 2:
Compare and contrast traditional HVAC troubleshooting with the proactive approach
Building Management Systems can provide.

Learning Objective 3:
Understand how Building Management Systems can be used by engineers to improve
the efficiency of HVAC equipment.

Learning Objective 4:
Understand how HVAC equipment can be improved using large pools of data gathered
by Building Management Systems.

Details

Date:
January 18
Time:
8:00 am - 9:00 am
Event Category:

Organizer

Kelly Drose
Phone
615.406.1316
Email
kelly.drose@captiveaire.com

Building Management Systems for Modern HVAC - PDH
Course Description:
Modern buildings are complex; there are lighting systems, HVAC, pumps, security systems, utilities, and more. More often than not, it makes sense to connect all this equipment to a centralized controller or Building Management System (BMS) in order to properly monitor and control it all. In this video we explore how a custom BMS can extract the most performance out of a sophisticated piece of equipment like Paragon HVAC. We apply various use cases including troubleshooting, comfort, and efficiency examples, with a look towards the future and the use of AI.

Prerequisite Knowledge:
None

Learning Objective 1:
Understand what a Building Management System is and its basic uses.

Learning Objective 2:
Compare and contrast traditional HVAC troubleshooting with the proactive approach
Building Management Systems can provide.

Learning Objective 3:
Understand how Building Management Systems can be used by engineers to improve
the efficiency of HVAC equipment.

Learning Objective 4:
Understand how HVAC equipment can be improved using large pools of data gathered
by Building Management Systems.

Details

Date:
January 18
Time:
8:00 am - 9:00 am
Event Category:

Organizer

Kelly Drose
Phone
615.406.1316
Email
kelly.drose@captiveaire.com