What Does Air Intelligence Really Mean?

Event Date: 

Tuesday, January 12, 2021

Time: 

12pm-1pm

Venue: 

Online

CEU Information: 

AIA 1.0 LU/HSW
BPI 1.0 credit hour

SPONSORED BY DAIKIN

Join us for the first of a four-part sponsored webinar series, Technologies that Improve the Air We Live In, presented and sponsored by Daikin.

The webinar series will begin by addressing the question "What is air intelligence?" and then highlight the ways that Daikin's commitment to innovation aligns with NESEA's vision of a built environment in the Northeast that is climate neutral, adaptive and resilient, energy independent, architecturally inspiring, and supportive of connection and community.

The session will then look at solutions to help detect, visualize, and improve common indoor air quality issues in both residential and commercial settings, including airborne particles, carbon dioxide, odors and gases, formaldehyde, ozone, and humidity control. You will also learn about centralized and decentralized ways to address ventilation requirements when designing efficient and effective ventilation systems. The webinar will conclude with a panel Q&A.

Subsequent webinars in this series will focus on technologies applicable to single family homes, multifamily buildings, and commercial buildings.

Learning Objectives: 
- Summarize the role of HVAC technologies in reducing CO2 to meet standards and benchmarks
- Describe strategies to detect indoor air quality (IAQ) issues, including airborne particles, carbon dioxide, odors and gases, formaldehyde, ozone, and humidity control.
- Describe HVAC-based solutions to improve IAQ in both residential and commercial settings
- Compare centralized and decentralized design strategies to address ventilation requirements

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