The Big Data and Analytics Forum 2023 will be held in Melbourne on Thursday, September 14.
This event is being held in conjunction with The Future of HVAC 2023
The evolution of big data
Within the built environment, big data is the collection of information from all building systems and the external data used within them. The most common source of big data is building management systems (BMS).
Although this information has been around for many years, historically it has been used to validate temperature complaints or system operation over the course of a week. However, the introduction of analytics is radically changing the situation. It is now possible, for instance, to track and trend historical patterns to help diagnose faults or equipment deterioration. Using this previously unexploited big data is significantly altering the way buildings are managed and maintained.
About the event
Since its inception, AIRAH’s Big Data and Analytics Forum has provided an overview of big data, looking at high-level data analytics case studies and technical presentations.
In 2023, the full-day Forum will focus on big data applications for the built environment. We will look at case studies that dive into specialists building services and share insights that will improve the future of big data analytics. This year’s Forum will give delegates the opportunity to connect with industry leaders from across the built environment.
- Friday, March 24 – Speaker submissions close
- Friday, April 28 – Notification of speaker acceptances
- Thursday, August 17 – Early-bird registration ends
- Friday, September 1 – Speaker PowerPoints due
- Thursday, September 14 – Big Data and Analytics Forum 2023
For more information on AIRAH’s Big Data and Analytics Special Technical Group, including how to get involved, please click here
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