Big Data, One Byte at a Time

Event Details

Big Data, One Byte at a Time
Thursday, 2nd April 2020
National Portrait Gallery, Canberra | Terrace Room Two
Information Session and Breakfast
7.30am Registration for 8.00am to 10.00am
Friday, 20th March 2020

Event Overview

This seminar will define the frameworks that are emerging for big data in the built environment, and the standards & protocols being developed to underpin interoperability between client organisations and their service provider supply chains.

Data ownership, hosting structures, naming conventions, data quality measures, information, data management, and hosting will be explored. Also how building and operational analytics can be applied to optimise facility usage and returns, improve performance and functionality, assure regulatory compliance, improve work health and safety, and reduce and optimise operational costs. 

The benefits that are already flowing to facility owners and occupants will be illustrated by a series of case study examples and future opportunities will be outlined. 

Free parking will be available on the day.

Presented by:

Con Bafitis, IoT Information Leader

Con has over 30 years’ experience in Facility Management and building services and is motivated by outcome-based services solutions. Con provides sound engineering foundation encompassing Asset and Automation analytics for Smart Buildings, using ISO 55001 framework combined analytics learnings which can be deployed to improve operational maintenance and asset performance.

Andrew Smith, Leader Building Technologies 

Andrew has developed his skills across all facets, acquiring an extensive understanding and expertise in specialist BMCS consulting, system design and engineering to technical project management, building fine-tuning and optimisation, operational analytics, BMCS maintenance and life cycle management.

Venue Details

National Portrait Gallery | Terrace Room Two
King Edward Terrace, Parkes ACT 2600

Please RSVP by Friday 20th March, along with any dietary requirements to:

Alice Lunghusen

Tel:     +61 3 9248 2872