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Airborne pollutant sensors are becoming ubiquitous, more reliable and inexpensive. This suggests the possibility of controlling air quality in smart buildings using real time data from these sensors, rather than the prescriptive methods traditionally employed. This seminar looks at the challenges inherent in doing data-driven air quality control in buildings, as well as the state of the art in hardware, integrating platforms, and theory. A wide array of buildings professionals will give different perspectives on
performance of hardware, smart control strategies, retrofitting of existing buildings with control systems and unique applications of low-cost sensors.
- 1. Lessons Learned from Using Indoor Air Quality Sensors in Research Studies
Woody Delp, Ph.D. and Rengie Chan, Ph.D., Member, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA
- 2. Data-Driven Air Purification
Anthony Abate, AtmosAir Solutions, Fairfield, CT
- 3. Use of IoT Sensing during Extreme Pollution Events Such as Wildfires
Jovan Pantelic, Ph.D., UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA
- 4. Retrofitting Buildings with Sensors and Communication Platforms
Parag Rastogi, Ph.D., Member, arbnco, Glasgow, United Kingdom
Citation: ASHRAE 2020 Virtual Seminar
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