Updated: Feb 22, 2022
Buildings consume almost a quarter of Worlds Energy Consumption and hence are one of the major sources of Emissions globally. In commercial buildings, HVAC is by far the most energy intensive system, accounting for close to half of the total energy consumption. For this reason every efficiency improvement in HVAC performance can significantly reduce the energy profile of the building, turning HVAC optimisation into a value generating opportunity.
Recent years, we have witnessed a growing interest in efficient HVAC control and optimisation, but due to its complex structure, rigorous optimisation proves to be challenging to many.
Created with an in-depth understanding of all thermodynamic variables involved in managing chiller plant room HVAC equipment, PlantPRO enables optimum control of every device and its integration into a single synergistic system. This session will outline an artificial intelligence-supported model predictive controller (AI-MPC) to optimise the energy consumption in a buildings . AI-MPC uses a high-level model to generate predictions of system load and resources to minimise operation costs. AI methods continuously learn and update the system models based on feedback from measurements and generates predictions and defines optimal trajectories for HVAC controls without compromising on occupant comfort. This intelligent self generating system is able to verify its own performance and is versatile enough so that it can provide the relevant details to everyone ranging from Property Management companies, Facility Managers, Energy Managers, HVAC Mechanical Contractors and Controls Technicians and Contractors.
Learn how to use artificial intelligence to Reduce Energy Consumption of your HVAC Systems Using Artificial Intelligence based Chiller Plant Control and Optimisation Systems from Chirayu Shah, Vice President of Operations at Conserve It.
About BEX Asia 2021
BEX Asia is the premier market intelligence platform for the built environment industry that fosters conversations amongst innovators, solution providers, distributors and sellers with decision makers, buyers and specifiers to generate successful business connections and leads. Buyers and sellers can expect a wide range of activities from exhibitions, technical seminars, business matchmaking and networking, conferences and keynotes all accessible on a user friendly digital platform.
Reed Exhibitions Singapore will be hosting BEX Asia 2021 as a full digital exhibition which will run from 6th-10th September 2021 with technical webinars running from the 1st-16th September 2021.
The enhanced digital BEX Asia will continue to house the component events including MCE Asia, InnoBuild Asia and Smart Cities and Buildings Asia (SCB Asia). Alongside BEX Asia, the International Built Environment Conference (IBEC) will also be held online from 7-9 September 2021.
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