Learning Units Eligible
course has been approved by AIA for continuing education credits.
The AIA requires that its registered architect members earn
18 Learning Unit (LU) hours of continuing education credit
annually (eight hours of which must be related to Health,
Safety, and Welfare topics and four of those eight in Sustainable
Design) to remain in good standing. Architectural boards in
40 states, 10 Canadian Provinces, and 19 countries have implemented
mandatory continuing education (MCE) for re-licensure.
Association of Energy Engineers is an approved training provider
within the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Continuing
Education Systems (CES) Registered Provider program.
REALTIME PROGRAM INSTRUCTORS
SHIRCLIFF is a co-founder and principal of Intelligent
Buildings, LLC a nationally recognized smart real estate professional
services company founded in 2004. Intelligent Buildings provides
planning and implementation of next generation strategies
for new buildings, communities and existing portfolios. Mr.
Shircliff has served as a speaker and collaborator with numerous
universities and national laboratories, as a gubernatorial
appointee for energy strategy and planning, and as founding
Chairman of Envision Charlotte, a Clinton Global Initiative.
Previously he held management roles in the real estate and
technology sectors with BellSouth/AT&T, Broadriver, Inc.,
and The Price Davis Company.
EVANS is a seasoned professional in the facilities automation,
optimization and energy management domain. He has extensive
experience in big data for real estate, and recently led the
design and development of a facilities and energy management
data platform which includes normalizing and storing disparate
data from utility invoices, interval energy meters and facilities
asset operational data. His experience also includes data tagging
and analytics engines with displayed results in a customizable
data visualization user interface.
SCHONBERGER has in depth knowledge of advanced real estate
systems, strategies and marketplace technology trends. He has
solutions development and real estate management expertise,
and is an operations specialist. His professional background
brings together an effective mix of Fortune 100 IT, real estate
development, facility management and sustainability. Mr. Schonberger
has extensive experience in development of complex real estate
technology solutions, including execution at both the strategic
and tactical levels.
online in a series of four live two-hour time modules, this seminar
is designed to show you how to effectively employ today's big data
technology assets and analytics tools as a valuable means both to
maximize energy savings and to ensure that planned energy projects
will fulfill their targeted goals.
can participate in the seminar from your office, home, or anywhere
you have access to the internet and a phone or VOIP. You'll have
opportunities to interact with your instructor and colleagues in
real time during the four live teleconferencing sessions, as well
as in the time between session.
data is one of today's most exciting technology developments. In
terms of its impact on the energy field, it has already begun the
process of positively transforming the discipline of energy management.
to bring energy professionals up to speed on the impact of big data
and analytics as they apply to energy, this seminar will, first
of all clarify and put into perspective the most impactful and exciting
developments in the areas of foundation technologies such as building
automation, web services and middleware, which are critical for
success with analytics. Participants will then learn how leveraging
these technologies with analytics can produce huge energy savings,
and, equally importantly, can ensure that energy projects actually
fulfill their expected results.
and facility professionals facing ever-increasing energy and operational
costs, are sure to benefit from this thoroughly informative and
detailed overview of these critical developments in energy management
and engineering. The program will also be valuable for engineers,
designers and managers trying to make sense of, and select from,
the myriad of products, solutions and services now available. Interoperable
building systems are an optimal source of data for analytics, and
the materials covered in the seminar will provide valuable guidance
on the techniques and approaches necessary to achieve this interoperability
in buildings and campuses. Also addressed are important trends currently
affecting building energy and analytics, such as Project Haystack
and the Internet of Things.
will leave this program with valuable and practical new and expanded
knowledge which you can apply right away in your efforts to improve
your energy management and cost reduction results.
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FEES (per participant):
$895, regular / $845, AEE member, non-profit org.
Seminar fees listed are per person for a single audio and
video connection for individual use, and may not be shared with
other users. All participants must individually pre-register for
the desired course in order to participate. If you would like pricing
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DATES AND TIMES
following offering(s) of the Big Data & Analytics: the
Next Frontier for Energy Management Online Seminar are currently
scheduled. The program consists of four two-hour teleconferencing
sessions, for a total of 8 hours of instruction.
on November 6, 2017, with session dates
and times as follows:
Completion of all
4 modules is required to receive CEU and PDH Credit, and Course Certificate
awarded by AEE.
(Eastern time US)
- 4:00 pm
- 4:00 pm
- 4:00 pm
- 4:00 pm
course is designed specially for those who can profit from a broader
understanding of the latest big data and analytics tools which may
be utilized for fine-tuning energy projects and maximizing energy
cost savings. Individuals who can benefit significantly from this
engineers and consultants
and facility engineers
educational, institutional and government energy managers
and DOD energy managers
considering energy projects
teaching energy analysis