Building Automation Training - Live Online Instructor Led Course

TORONTO - Building Automation Systems training - The Electricity Forum has scheduled a special 12-hour live online instructor-led course:

September 28-29 , 2020 - 10:00 am - 4:30 pm ET

Special Discount Price: $399

This 12-hour live online instructor-led course teaches how systems operate to save energy and communicate to use the IOT (internet of things) and data to achieve the many additional savings from proper BAS system integrated design, installation, commissioning, monitoring and maintenance.

Complete course details here:

Much of today's infrastructure such as hospitals, data centers, industrial facilities and commercial and multi residential buildings have antiquated building automation systems that don’t save as much money in energy and operations as is possible and don’t communicate with each other to get the benefits of real time monitoring and information exchange.

Intelligent building automation systems have improved capabilities to manage energy use, provide better comfort and controlled lighting as well as security and emergency response capabilities. IBAS can be used for many different applications some of which include energy management, demand response capabilities, renewable energy and energy storage integration, security, fire and safety applications. The purpose of this course is to learn the rapid technology advances in intelligent building automation systems and how they may be applied to suit various types of custom applications that can improve comfort, productivity, education and contribute to economic and environmental objectives.

The focus of this course is on:

Building Automation Architecture
Economics Of BAS
BAS Integration
Emerging Technologies
Hardware Innovations
Software Innovations

What you will learn:

This course will cover many practical examples and will be interactive for students to gain a broad overall understanding of intelligent building automation systems.

Identify and describe the major components in the BAS for HVAC, Lighting, Security, Fire and Safety

Identify and describe the basic mechanical components in an HVAC automated control system

Describe And Explain The Basic Functions Of All BAS Systems
Reference Codes And Standards Applicable To BAS
Describe And Explain HMI Basics And Remote Access
Describe Networking As Used In BAS Systems
Explain The Process Of Implementing BAS
Explain Energy Conservation Strategies
Justify Control Components For Data Collection And AI Applications
Describe Relationship To Building Rating Systems And Where To Look For Additional References


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