Buildings play a critical role in protecting and improving our environment and the health of the people who occupy them. The most dramatic effects come from the use of information and communication technologies (ICT), which can reduce far more emissions than they generate, through both revolutionary breakthroughs and simple adjustments. The role of ICT is a consistent thread throughout Greenbuild, from new teaching tools and performance measurements, through interactive technologies, real-time response, and the vast array of ICT tools that support the design and deployment of energy and environmental solutions.
With the Greenbuild International Conference and Expo in Boston this week, we have assembled an interactive panel of experts to fill us in on lessons learned from the Conference and share their insights into the future of ICT in green building. Join us for this lively discussion.
Mark Barnett, Co-Chair of the Energy Technology & Renewables Practice, Foley Hoag
Joseph Diianni, Vice-President - Technology, US Green Building Council
Robert E. Middlebrooks, AIA, Industry Programs Manager, Autodesk
Gregg M. Dixon, Senior Vice President of Sales & Business Development, EnerNOC
Nick Hayes, Director of Sustainable Development, Building Research Establishment (BRE)
Robert Rosenbloom, Co-Founder and CEO, PlatformQ
When & Where
Mass Technology Leadership Council