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POSTPONED: AIA|LA INNOVATION SERIES: THE SMART BUILDINGS/SMART CITY SYMPOSIA

March 20 @ 8:00 am - 12:30 pm PDT

$50 – $75

POSTPONED: AIA|LA INNOVATION SERIES: THE SMART BUILDINGS/SMART CITY SYMPOSIA

Part 1 Los Angeles – March 20, 2020 (SMART BUILDINGS)
Part 2 Los Angeles – November 6th, 2020 (SMART CITIES)

AIA CES: 2.5 LU/HSW

Are you fascinated by how quickly technology is impacting your architecture practice? Do you want access the latest tools to help you design better performing, highly-sustainable projects?

Join us on March 20th for a workshop about smart buildings and the technology that is available today for tomorrow’s innovation.

In this far-reaching and through-provoking panel, designers, thought leaders and tech companies will share their challenges and vision for smart buildings and the tools they’ll use to get there. Stay ahead of the rapid changes that these new technologies will bring.

IoT – like a digital nervous system, this connected fabric of sensors detecting everything from temperature, speech, toxins, and movement is used to help maintain the operations of a building.
Microgrids – how to plan, finance and manage a community network of solar power cells.
Sustainability and carbon emissions – carbon neutrality has quickly become the rallying cry of this era and it begins in the building by using smart IoT to monitoring energy consumption and source renewable energy.
Water usage – IoT monitors can detect leaks and only water plants when needed
Drones – in the near future drones will deliver products within minutes, however where do these drones safety land and how do you control your airspace?
Autonomous vehicles – self-driving cars will change the shape of streets, garages and where we choose to live.
Robots – what are the standards needed to safely allow robots into buildings, interact with humans and co-exist with other robots
Computer Vision – the ability for AI to identify people and objects will enable a whole host of new technologies and a suite of emerging technologies can help ensure we don’t slip into a surveillance state.
Mesh & Edge networks – these devices push computing and storage to where devices and IoT connect, greatly decreasing the latency, computation needs and battery requirements of devices.
Tasking and spatial messaging – how can augmented reality and AI greatly increase the efficiency of building operations.
Smart Digital Twin and AI – by combining all the building’s data, activities and understating their context, AI can optimize the operation and energy usage of a building over its lifetime.
Building lifecycle – how can all of the above converge to aid the design, construction, operation, remodel and retirement of a building.

 

Speakers (confirmed):

Capm PetersenCo-founder & Director of Product, VERSES
Gabriel René – Executive Director & Author of “The Spatial Web”, VERSES
Martin Wainstein – Founder and lead scientist, Yale Open Innovation Lab
Russell Fortmeyer, LEED AP BD+CAssociate Principal | Sustainability | Consulting Practice Leader, ARUP
Housein Cornell – Lead Content Evangelist for Industrial, Unity Technologies
Elizabeth GuzmanField Evangelist, Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC), Unity Technologies
Jay Park, CTSSr. Sales Engineer for Signage Display, Architect & AV Design, LG Electronics USA, Inc.
Victoria J. SanvilleVertical Solution Sales – Government, Education, Smart Communities, LG Electronics USA, Inc.
Patrick Wallis, AICP, Assoc. AIA, GISP, LEED APFacilities & Workplaces Practice Lead, Esri

 

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Organizer

AIA Los Angeles
Website:
www.aialosangeles.org

Venue

ARUP
900 Wilshire Blvd, 20th Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90017 United States
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Phone:
310-578-4400
Website:
https://www.arup.com/offices/united-states-of-america/los-angeles

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