Seeing the power and impact that IoT technology can bring to commercial buildings, Peter Murphy co-founded indoor air quality monitoring service provider ZiggyTec after 29 years at Ireland’s state energy provider, ESB. Peter joined us at EMISSIONS & AIR QUALITY Smart Class, North 2022 last month to explain the increasing risk around poor indoor air quality, how it impacts building occupants’ health and wellbeing, and how technology today can provide simple, cost-effective solutions to benefit all concerned.
Peter’s insightful presentation and deeper dive roundtable discussions took delegates through the top five factors behind poor indoor air quality, and demonstrated how data solutions can help organisations reduce their harmful effects. He also highlighted why indoor air quality is fast rising up the agenda in boardrooms, given its link to ESG, sustainability certification and wellbeing.
Do you know the air you’re drinking? Like to know what people think about when entering a building; how to measure CO2, PM2.5, VOCs, humidity and temperature in offices; and why smart sensors, the internet of things, live monitoring, data analytics and HVACs can reduce transmission and absenteeism, increase productivity, improve employee peace of mind, optimise energy consumption and more?
If you satisfy our regular delegate qualification criteria but were unable to join us on June 17th for the live in-person event at The Carriageworks Theatre, Leeds, CLICK HERE and complete the short “Download form” (located at the bottom of the post) to receive a unique link enabling free access to the presentation video recordings and slides, including the film footage and slides from Peter’s initial presentation.
Those qualifying to receive the rich presentation content from this event include commissioning, procurement, trialling and partnering leads, senior influencers, strategic decision makers and planners from: local authorities (e.g. city, borough, metropolitan, district and county councils); public and private transport operators/service providers; sub-regional transport bodies, combined authorities, integrated transport authorities and passenger transport executives; road operators and highways authorities; freight and logistics operators; airports and port operators; vehicle manufacturers; energy providers; potential partners from industry (e.g. retail, construction, manufacturing and waste management sectors) and healthcare; DfT, Defra, EA, BEIS, DHSC and supporting national agencies; prime contractors etc.