WindowMaster offers ongoing webinars free of charge that gives you the ability to be updated on a specific topic without spending time and money on transport. Spend less than an hour and update your knowledge in the field of natural, mixed mode and smoke ventilation.
When: Thursday, June 27, 2019, 2:00-3:00pm (BST)
Natural ventilation systems are the heroes of fresh air and they're here to save the day for your building! See this free webinar to learn how.
We'll present how intelligent natural ventilation helps to improve the indoor climate while at the same time reducing energy consumption in buildings.
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
1) The principles and advantages of natural ventilation
2) How others have used natural ventilation in their buildings (concrete cases from the UK)
3) How to avoid common pitfalls when designing for natural ventilation
Description: Did you know that reducing complexity in smart buildings can enhance building performance while also improving occupant well-being? In a free webinar, we look at the latest trends regarding open protocol systems and the Internet of Things in Buildings. We will examine how they are breaking paradigms to enhance occupant comfort while also reducing complexity for all building stakeholders.
Webinar Details: This presentation was recorded on October 3rd, 2018 and take approximately 45 mins.
Description: The benefits of automated natural ventilation are many, but specifiers often struggle in the design phase to determine how applicable it is in their project. Therefore, WindowMaster has developed a free natural ventilation calculator, which is now available online. In the webinar, our experienced building performance engineers will take you through considerations associated with natural ventilation and how to use the calculator, hence, enabling you to test the eligibility of natural ventilation for your building.
Webinar Details: This presentation was recorded on April 11, 2018 and take approximately 40 mins.
Description: This presentation was held in connection with the IBSPA (International Building Performance Simulation Association) monthly meeting in January and takes the participant through the engineering solutions used to design an automated natural ventilation system for the renovation of a pre-1940’s wood frame house. The essential simulation tools used in the design process are highlighted and it is explained how dynamic simulations and CFD are utilize to determine the incorporation of additional building installations.
Webinar Details: This presentation was recorded on Janurary 25, 2018 an is approximately 60 mins.
Description: This presentation will highlight how optimal automated natural ventilations are designed through using simple hand calculations, dynamic simulations and CFD (computational fluid dynamic) simulations. Insight will also be given on the added benefits of increased user health, wellness and overall productivity using advanced natural and mixed mode/hybrid ventilation system.
Webinar Details: This webinar was recorded on September 28, 2017 an is approximately 60 mins.
Please note: The AIA CEU webinar is no longer accredited. However, the content is still highly relevant
Description: To begin with, this webinar presents California Zero-Net-Energy (ZNE) case studies and the “lessons learned” for natural ventilation system design and performance. The second half explores how these issues can be mitigated through integration of innovative smart building natural ventilation technology.
Webinar Details: This webinar was recorded on September 26, 2017 an is approximately 60 mins
Description: This webinar focus on the many misconceptions about natural and hybrid ventilation, but what is the truth? Watch the webinar and learn more about ventilation principles, secure night cooling, energy usage, draught mitigation, acoustic performance and much more.
Webinar Details: This webinar was recorded on May 18, 2017 an is approximately 45 mins.
Description: This webinar describes the principles and main application area for this new air distribution system. It will also present and discuss the main design parameters, as well as give a typical example of system design and the considerations needed in the design process.
Webinar Details: This webinar was recorded on November 24, 2016 an is approximately 60 mins.
Description: This webinar will provide an overview of ventilative cooling and where and how the process can be employed in your building. The webinar will also present the principles and potential applications as well as share case studies showcasing various strategies and appliance methods.
Webinar Details: This webinar was recorded on October 27, 2016 an is approximately 60 mins.
Description: This free webinar is about how to make the installation, programming and operation of actuators in co-operation with a BMS-system very easy.
Webinar Details: This webinar was recorded on October 07, 2015 an is approximately 45 mins.
Description: This webinar is about how to use natural ventilation in the Priority School Building Programme (PSBP). See this webinar and learn how to design a green and natural ventilation solution that can fulfill all the requirements for the indoor climate in the classrooms.
Webinar Details: This webinar was recorded on November 12, 2014 an is approximately 60 mins.
Description: In this webinar we discuss UK guidelines for Window & Rooflight AOV smoke vent systems & the latest generation of smoke vent systems from WindowMaster that include bus technology and intelligent software for Fire Alarm & BMS interface.
Webinar Details: This webinar was recorded on March 04, 2015 an is approximately 30 mins.
Description: See this webinar and take a ride across Europe, where we will inspire you with some of the most innovative and greenest projects built in the last couple of years. The focus will be on ventilation solutions, energy consumption and the indoor climate.
Webinar Details: This webinar was recorded on September 10, 2014 an is approximately 60 mins.
What is a webinar?
A webinar is a web seminar. Webinars are a way for participants in many different locations to see and hear a presentation. A webinar typically consists of a moderator, one or more presenters, and the online audience.
How do I sign up for a webinar?
Just click the registration link on the webinar page. As soon as your registration is received, you will receive a confirmation email with the link to access the webinar. On the day of the webinar, click the link (about 10 minutes before the scheduled start time is recommended) and you will see the welcome screen for the webinar.
What kind of equipment do I need?
All you need is a computer with an Internet connection (high speed service such as DSL or cable works best) and speakers. You may also use a headset instead of speakers or you may listen to the audio by calling the phone number that is included in your confirmation email.
I can't attend the live webinar date. Will the webinar be repeated? Is there any way to watch it later?
The webinar will not be repeated, but all our webinars are archived on our website for viewing at your convenience.
How do I ask a question during the webinar? Will my question be answered during the presentation?
During each webinar you can ask a question by typing it into the question box that appears on your webinar screen. As many questions as possible will be answered during the Question and Answer period scheduled as part of each webinar.
Can I get a copy of the PowerPoint slides used in the webinar?
The PowerPoint slides will be available in the webinars archive two days after the webinar has taken place.
How can I get information on furture webinars?
Future webinars are posted on our website as soon as they are scheduled and are also announced via emails to our members.
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