Building Smart Infrastructure: Insights from the Ryerson Smart Campus
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- Add to Calendar12/10/2020 11:00 AM12/10/2020 12:00 PMAmerica/Los_AngelesBuilding Smart Infrastructure: Insights from the Ryerson Smart Campus Join FuseForward and Jennifer McArthur, smart building expert, as we discuss the development of the Ryerson University Smart Campus, an ambitious project that uses sensors and devices to optimize the performance of the entire university campus.
- Nov 20, 2020
Join FuseForward and Jennifer McArthur, smart building expert, as we discuss the development of the Ryerson University Smart Campus, an ambitious project that uses sensors and devices to optimize the performance of the entire university campus.
Dec 10, 2020
11:00 AM PST
Acting as mini-cities, university campuses have quickly become a testing ground for new smart building systems, with benefits for utilities, cities and other environments.
FuseForward is working in partnership with Ryerson University to develop a fully functioning ‘Smart Campus’— a university optimized with streaming data from smart devices and sensors. The ambitious project will encompass the entire campus, a large facility that is home to over 50,000 students.
Join us for an in-depth look at the Smart Campus project, along with a discussion on wider applications.
You will learn:
- How to integrate legacy sensors into a smart solution
- How to manage large data sets and develop digital twins
- The benefits of smart building systems to other industries
Who should attend?
Anyone interested in the potential of IoT and analytics to improve our built environment—including analytics, technology and facility professionals.
Jenn McArthur, Associate Professor, Ryerson University.
- Researcher focused on smart building systems and analytics.
- Secured over $3M in grants towards smart campus development.
Mark Damm, CTO, FuseForward
- Twenty-five years’ experience implementing complex systems for critical service providers.
- Awarded two patents related to the automation and management of complex systems.