Recorded webinar: Using IoT sensors & digital facilities management to maximize building health

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Rachel Kennedy, CCNA, EIT | Smart Building Performance Engineer, Switch Automation
Alex Wyczalkowski, PE, LEED AP | Director, InSite 

Tenants want to know that their workspaces are keeping them safe and healthy as they re-enter commercial buildings. Standards like RESET, WELL and Fitwel exist to provide guidelines building owners should meet for human health and wellness, but these are not as prevalent or well-adopted as other engineering guidelines.

In this webinar, you’ll discover how digital facilities management allows you to measure, verify and communicate the health of your buildings to tenants. Efficiently manage your buildings by focusing on the indoor air quality of spaces that are occupied in real-time, and learn how to maximize the health of your buildings through sensor data.

Watch the webinar to learn:

  • How to ensure you know more about your buildings than your tenants do—and how to share that information with them. 
  • Ways to balance and justify energy savings with occupant wellbeing. 
  • How occupancy sensors and indoor air quality monitoring can help minimize the spread of viruses.

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About the speakers:

Rachel Kennedy is a new Building Performance Engineer at Switch Automation with a MS and BS in Architectural Engineering from University of Colorado Boulder and Worcester Polytechnic Institute. She is an emerging specialist in the smart building industry with experience evaluating and testing IoT sensors, integrating BMS and control systems across networks, and deploying FDD and analytics. In her previous assignment she focused on smart building strategy and planning on notable projects including the San Francisco airport Energy Management Control System. She has recently published articles on "How to get started designing a smart building" and enjoys developing new analytics to drive operational efficiencies and experiences within buildings.

Alex Wyczalkowski is a Director at InSite, LLC and a registered Professional Engineer in Pennsylvania and the District of Columbia. A 2009 graduate of Penn State’s Architectural Engineering Program, Alex has worked for InSite for 6 years, living in Washington, DC, Boston, MA and Philadelphia, PA. His background includes HVAC design, Data Analytics, Commissioning, Project Management and Business Development. 

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