What is data? How does data work? And why do we need a semantic data model?
These are just a few of the questions we tackle in our conversation with John Petze from Haystack.
In this episode, we explore the purpose of data, how and why organizations can and should adopt data, and much more.
This episode is packed full of use cases, stories, and concepts, enjoy!
I've always worked on the outside of retrocommissioning projects as an advisor or a technician. That's why in this episode I'm going to join you in exploring how retrocommissioning works and how to best approach it.
Along the way, we are going to analyze strategies, processes, and tips and tricks to effectively retrocommission buildings.
Lighting is one of the most common systems in the building and just like HVAC, we can't really use buildings without lighting. But how often do we actually discuss lighting and more importantly what do we really know about how lighting systems get selected, designed, and implemented.
In this Smart Buildings Academy episode, I talk with design expert Beatrice Witzgall of I3D. We discuss the state of the lighting industry, what technologies exist, why more innovation is not happening in the industry, the use of lighting post-COVID, and much more.
Have you ever found yourself challenged to understand the differences between two BAS? Maybe you're trying to understand the hype around all these new building automation technologies?
If so you're not alone. In this week's episode of The Smart Buildings Academy Podcast, we continue to answer listener questions around buying, designing, and selecting a building automation system.
In this episode we answer: