Join us and a panel of energy solutions and built environment experts for a LIVE discussion on how digital twins could lead to net-zero buildings!
The built environment contributes to roughly 40% of carbon emissions. This puts a tremendous amount of responsibility on buildings and those who manage them.
If we can create buildings with net-zero emissions we could start to see real solutions to the ongoing climate crisis.
A digital twin is essentially a virtual replica of a building that unites nearly all the data you could possibly need, running simulations and predictions to help make that building as energy efficient as possible.
The University of Glasgow is one institution that’s building its own digital twin, thanks to IES. Using their work as a case study, we'll examine how effective and game-changing the technology could be.
In this exclusive session we’ll talk to energy solutions and built environment specialists about the benefits of this technology, how it fits in with other holistic approaches to infrastructure planning, and where they see it heading in the future.
Presented by The B1M in partnership with IES, the discussion will follow the release of The B1M’s video “Here's the Key to Net-Zero Buildings” on 28 October.
With expert insight and lessons that can be applied worldwide, this video and live discussion is a must-watch for anyone with an interest in how one of the most exciting modern methods of net-zero solutions can be applied in this vital sector.
The panel will be hosted by The B1M's Fred Mills and feature expert insight from:
Gillian Brown - University of Glasgow
Sarah Hayes - Centre for Digital Built Britain
Ruth Kerrigan - IES
Avi Baidya - SSE Energy Solutions
Eszter Gulacsy - Mott MacDonald
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