Indoor Air Quality Sensors Show & Tell
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- Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Sensors.
Continuous monitoring of indoor environmental conditions is the future of building operation and designing for occupant comfort and health. The IAQ sensor market specifically has exploded as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic as well. Green building standards (LEED, WELL, RESET) are adjusting from point in time measurement to encourage more continuous monitoring. Receive a live demo of real life IAQ / IEQ (Indoor Environmental Quality) sensors, data, and dashboards currently being tested at Morrissey Engineering's 4940 Building.
Sarah Gudeman, LEED Fellow, Mechanical Engineer and Director of Sustainability at Morrissey Engineering, will present a discussion and comparison between features, capabilities, costs, certifications, and everything else she can think of to share what we've learned over the last few years - and how IAQ and IEQ is reflected in ongoing discussions in rating system development and other relevant networks.
There will be a (short) presentation with plenty of time for discussion and Q&A!
Sarah Gudeman, PE, BCxP, CPHC, WELL AP, LEED Fellow, Mechanical Engineer, Director of Sustainability, Morrissey Engineering
Sarah Gudeman has been researching, writing, and creating videos on various Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) sensors constantly for nearly the last two years. Through conversations with manufacturers, work on EQ TAG committee O+M v4.1 development, and commercial building design and certifications, her goal is to be a central repository of information on Indoor Air Quality and share that information with other practitioners as well as contractors, building owners, and others. EQ TAG committee is the Indoor Environmental Quality - Technical Advisory Group (TAG) of our national U.S. Green Building Council LEED committees.
Sarah is a compulsive volunteer who seeks to make the world a better place through engineering, education, and information sharing. She is a professional engineer, certified passive house consultant, building commissioning professional, certified energy manager, WELL accredited professional and performance testing agent, a LEED Fellow, and Chair of the TAG.
Friday, August 05, 2022
10:00 - 10:30 AM, CT
Virtual event via Zoom.
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