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BMS Optimisation and Analytics - In Person @ Beca Palmerston North

How to optimise your Building Management System for improved operations and maintenance of your buildings? In this seminar, supported by EECA, Shane Jenkins, Energy and Building Controls Manager at the University of Otago shares his extensive experience with automation and BMS optimisation. He will demonstrate how scrutinising your BMS data can help identify a building's inefficiencies, rectify faults, and enhance building performance, all while delivering actionable insights to stakeholders.

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Start
18 Jun 2024 07:30am
End
18 Jun 2024 09:00am
Member Cost
Complimentary
Non-Member Cost
Complimentary
CPD Points
1
Event Type
National Series
Location
Manawatu
Course Level
All
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Event Description

BMS Optimisation and Analytics

Venue: 
Beca Office, Board Room

Level 1, Cnr Rangitikei & Walding Sts, Palmerston North
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This is an in-person breakfast event in Palmerston North, an opportunity to connect with your fellow FMs from the region. The presentation will be live-streamed to the venue from Auckland. 

In pursuit of sustainable energy management, optimising and analysing Building Management Systems (BMS) has emerged as a pivotal strategy. But how do you get the most out of your Building Management System for improved operations and maintenance of your buildings?

In this seminar, supported by EECA, Shane Jenkins, Energy and Building Controls Manager at the University of Otago, shares his extensive experience with automation and BMS optimisation.

He will demonstrate how scrutinising your BMS data can help identify a building's inefficiencies, rectify faults, and enhance building performance, all while delivering actionable insights to stakeholders. The presentation will focus on how analytics integration can unearth the latent potential within your BMS data, helping you manage energy consumption and carbon emissions reduction.

Shane will answer questions such as:
  • What would I do differently?
  • What are some key things to consider for optimising your BMS?
  • What are some other opportunities for Analytics and AI connected to BMS?
  • How are other organisations optimising their BMS?

SPEAKER

Shane Jenkins, Energy and Building Controls Manager at the University of Otago
Shane has a wealth of experience accumulated over a 30-year career in process control, automation and optimisation. From his roots in the New Zealand primary industry to navigating the complexities of large building control systems in the bustling streets of London, his journey reflects a rich tapestry of diverse roles and challenges.

For the past 18 years, Shane has been an integral part of the University of Otago Energy team, most recently as the Energy and Building Controls Manager. With a keen eye for safety, efficiency, and innovation, he was recently honoured with a national technology innovation award, a testament to his dedication and expertise.

With his down-to-earth Kiwi approach and unwavering commitment, Shane continues to focus on excellence, ensuring that safety, efficiency, and sustainability remain at the forefront of everything he does.

CPD
You'll earn 1 CPD point for attending. 

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