Speakers: Agustinus Adhisaputra
Speakers: Alen Suran
How to Achieve Optimum Green Building Designs Using Intelligent Building Controls Technology.
Passive design has mostly become the priority by architects with taking advantage of natural energy opportunities related with location of the building site, local climate, and the properties of building materials. Whenever passive design implementation is limited, active design strategies would then be employed as part of the design process, with mechanical and electrical systems being integrated into the building design. To achieve a balanced design between passive and active elements, intelligent building control technology will have to play an important and unavoidable role to overcome the constraints of space, locality and land costs.
This talk by THEBEN AG will discuss how emerging technologies can bridge the active and passive design strategy, to achieve optimum design for green buildings. A market leader, THEBEN celebrates its 100th year in pioneering building automation, having built the first 4kg staircase light timer 100 years ago. They will also share the latest developments in sensor and building automation, and how these are applied in present situations, like Covid19 safety as well.
Featuring valuable insights and sharing of European experiences from Italy, the land of design, and how building automation has embedded itself firmly as a necessity in new developments, by famous architects.