How New ASHRAE Standards Take Advantage of IoT and Emerging Sensor Technologies

Registration Deadline: Friday, December 14, 2018

Deepinder Singh, founder and CEO of 75F, a MN-based building automation solutions company, will share insights on how the new 2016 version of ASHRAE standards leverage emerging IoT and sensor technologies for improved building controls around ventilation. Learn how new technologies and engineering approaches are shifting up the building automation world, with more efficient processes for building design and management teams, plus improved health and productivity results for occupants.

Specifically, this webinar will cover:

  • The new ASHRAE Standard 62.1 – highlighting differences between the 2016 version v. 2013 version
  • How to frame your work in the context of new standards
  • IoT deployment insights, including IoT meets the IT Dept
  • How IoT and standards improve the occupant experience and operational efficiencies

Presenter: Deepinder Singh co-founded 75F in 2012 after having designed some of the world’s fastest core networks for tier 1 service providers like AT&T, NTT and Verizon. With almost 25 years of experience in electronics and computing, he’s brought a wealth of embedded products to the market. His key goal in every endeavor is to simplify operational complexity and make products intuitive.

Register here

Number of PDHs: 
Provided by: 
Minnesota Society of Professional Engineers
Type of Event: 
Tuesday, December 18, 2018
Start Time: 
12:00 p.m.
End Time: 
1:00 p.m.
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