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Behind the Meter: What the “Internet of Things” Means for Buildings
December 16, 2015 @ 8:00 am - 10:00 amFree
Join the Allegheny Conference’s Energy Alliance, Green Building Alliance, and Pittsburgh 2030 District for this intriguing panel on the “Internet of Things” and your building.
“Internet of Things” is a handy way to refer to the growing world of connected devices that can monitor and respond to events without humans lifting a finger. While these devices are becoming prevalent in every aspect of our modern world, building systems have been a primary frontier for deployment and are already impacting energy consumption and patterns. Not only is this a shift in operations best practice, but it is also a major new market opportunity.
Join us to learn about trends in the Building “Internet of Things,” and learn about cutting-edge research and new business activity happening right here in Pittsburgh – including the Pittsburgh 2030 District!
Dr. Anind K. Dey, Lead Investigator for GIoTTO and Director of CMU’s Human-Computer Interaction Institute
Dr. Enes Hosgor, CEO & Founder, EEme LLC
Brian Novicki, Manager of Advanced Metering Infrastructure Deployment, Duquesne Light
Anna J. Siefken, Pittsburgh 2030 District Director, Green Building Alliance