Gary Nixon – Business Development Manager, Integrated Environmental Solutions Ltd

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    Speaker Bio:

    Gary is currently a business development manager and product manager for Integrated Environmental Solutions Ltd. Gary holds an Honours Bachelor degree in Building Services Engineering from the Dublin Institute of Technology and is a member of the Institute of Engineers Ireland. Gary has been working for IES since 2007.

    In the business development role Gary has worked and is active in the Irish, UK, USA, European, South African and Australian Markets predominantly on the software side of the IES business. With Gary’s in depth technical knowledge and experience of building performance modelling software and building physics in general, Gary is able to educate professionals on the benefits and use of the Virtual Environment software and work with organisations to identify the correct services and software solutions that IES can offer to their business, ultimately leading the client to marketing differentiation, technical advantage and increased productivity.

    Previously Gary worked as a project consultant for IES, conducting building energy and environmental modelling on numerous different building projects throughout the world, as well as providing training to both company’s and university students in the use of IES software tools.

    Presentation Title:

    Driving Building Efficiency by Taking Control of Your Data

    Presentation Synopsis:

    Data has always played a profound role in decision making – more so in this world of digital data. Large companies have pioneered using data on a massive scale for commercial advantage and operational efficiency. IES has the capability to integrate, i.e. link together operational building data (e.g. Smart/AMR Meters, Sub Meters, BMS Equipment, Environment Sensors, Lighting Management, and Door Entry Systems) with 3D performance models. By analysing actual building and performance against virtual models and utilising climate-change/ weather files, we can: catch operational drift, identify energy reduction areas and improved efficiencies and inform deep retrofit. This session will look at this process in some more detail plus take a peek at a related research and development project.

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