Auckland 2016

2-3 Nov, Wed: 8pm-4am, Thu 8pm–3am, ASB Showgrounds

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Roy Arindam

Roy Arindam

Roy Arindam is BuildingIQ’s Vice President of Sales across Australia and New Zealand. Roy's big area of interest has been in the clean technology space especially in the energy efficiency and energy storage business. He has over 12 years of expertise in the intelligent buildings space. His first-hand experience with complex building technologies such as energy optimization technologies, building automation systems, integrated extra low voltage systems (IELVS), energy metering and reporting solutions, fire detection and fighting solutions, and security solutions, has allowed him to stay at the forefront of the Building industry. His overall experience with companies such as BuildingIQ, Alerton, Tyco and Siemens has allowed him to get experience within the construction/ retrofit sector as well as the existing buildings sector. Moreover, he has been involved in very strategic projects representing these above companies at Barangaroo, Central Park, Australian Technology Park, Major Hospitals & various other clients around the country. There is a lot of pride in his current role at the ASX listed BuildingIQ as this has been a Patented Australian Invention on the global map and is certainly changing the way energy is managed in buildings.

See Roy Arindam live in Auckland 2016

Wednesday 2 November
12pm-1pm Resene Seminar Series

Once something out of a sci-fi movie, artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming an integral part of facility operations. Smart technologies have the ability to not only process mass amounts of data but use the information strategically to meet desired outcomes. This is enabling the successful optimization of energy consumption – and the creation of free cash flow – even in already high-performing buildings.

The Australian Technology Park (ATP) in Sydney, for example, despite already having a 5.5 NABERS score, is using a cloud-based, intelligent energy management platform to optimize HVAC power consumption in the building occupied by NICTA.