Upcoming events

    • 30 May 2022
    • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • www.rwinstitute.ca


    New technologies are being used to manage and optimize an increasing range of operations in buildings of all sizes and types. Once limited to only the largest and most complex of buildings, new and innovative technologies are being applied to a wide range of building functions, especially those related to power consumption.

    Resilient World Institute is pleased to offer two new one day smart building courses. E109 Introductory Smart Building Technologies will introduce students to building automation fundamentals including types of systems, communication protocols and integration. It will provide an overview of the design and implementation process for Building Automation Systems (BAS) leading to an understanding of what to include, life cycle economics for each system and utility incentives that may be available. Other topics to be covered include emerging applications such as:

    • Human Machine Interface, Remote Access, Fault Detection
    • Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence
    • Emerging Energy Conservation and Indoor Environmental Strategies
    • Reference codes and standards and rating systems applicable to BAS

    In our E209 Advanced Smart Building Technologies the following additional topics will be covered:

    • What are the new building automation systems, programs and features post pandemic and with the new generation of occupants
    • How do these new systems contribute to green, energy efficient and sustainable building objectives?
    • Overview of the design and implementation process for making Smart Buildings
    • Understanding what to include life cycle economics for these additional building automation (BAS) applications and systems
    • Emerging Applications – Digital Twins, Way Finding, Renewable Energy, Indoor Environmental Quality, Remote and Hybrid Work
    • Smart Building Certification programs and rating systems


    Course Instructor: David Katz MBA, Manager and co-developer of the Building Intelligence Quotient rating program, Ambassador Speaker for Continental Automated Building Association Full Bio

    Register for E109 Introductory Smart Building Technologies: March 28, 2022

    Register for E209 Advanced Smart Building Technologies: April 26, 2022

    For More Information Please Contact:

    David Katz, MBA, President, Sustainable Resources Management

    dkatz@sustainable.on.ca, (416) 618-4651

    Leon Wasser, MBA, P.Eng., 

    Director, School of Energy, Resilient World Institute

    leon@rwinstitute.ca, (416) 473-4614

    • 02 Jun 2022
    • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • www.rwinstitute.ca/e108


    Resilient World Institute's one day E108 Renewable Energy and Energy Storage seminar explores both the technologies used in Ontario as well as technology trends and the regulatory and policy frameworks that underpin the use of these innovative technologies.

    This wide-ranging course is designed for professionals involved in the energy sector including consulting engineers, equipment manufacturers and distributors, contractors, major power users and energy consultants.

    Topics to be covered in this course include:

    • Introduction to green energy and energy storage technologies used in Canada
    • Discussion of regulations and issues related to renewable energy storage
    • Course designed for new buildings and existing facilities
    • Energy, sustainability and ESG strategies for companies and professionals
    • Endorsed by the Ontario Sustainable Energy Association

    Register for Renewable Energy & Energy Storage: Thursday, Sept 30, 2021

    Professional Development Credit Hours: CEUs: 1.4 , PDHs: 14

    Trainer: Steven Law, P.Eng.: Steven is a recognized expert on both renewable energy and energy storage technologies and regulatory issues related to renewable energy in Ontario. Steven’s professional profile Contact: steven@rwinstitute.ca

    For More Information Please Contact: 

    Leon Wasser, MBA, P.Eng.; Director, School of Energy

    Resilient World Institute, (416) 473-4614, leon@rwinstitute.ca

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