As the Foundation's symposium on The Next Five Years in Fire and Electrical Safety approaches on November 13,14 in Washington, DC, we've had a lot of interest expressed in the session on Smart Building Technology and how it intersects with safety.
Sandy Diehl, Chair of the American Architectural Foundation, will set the stage for us by painting a picture of the emerging technologies and capabilities and how they are transforming the built environment.
Dr. Andre Marshall will share his current research at the University of Maryland on how these technologies may be utilized to inform building fire safety systems.
Dr. Tony Putorti from NIST will discuss how building data can inform the next generation of fire fighting tactics and strategies.
Dr. Alexsandar Duric from Siemens Europe will give us an insight on where this technology is headed in the future.
And finally Dr. Daniel Nilsson from LUND Unviersity, Sweden will share the latest research on how we can use building data to inform exit strategies and other aspects of the human/system interfaces in buildings.
Space is limited so please register now to ensure your space.