Missed Greenbuild this year? We’ve got you covered.
The Sustainability Solutions team had a blast at Greenbuild this year in Washington, DC. As usual, we’re inspired by the amazing projects our customers are working on and how committed you are to solving some of our world’s biggest problems with the power of thoughtful, sustainable design.
We were also thrilled to see the reaction to our set of new tools that advance the environmental performance of buildings and cities. Insight 360, in particular, was a big hit with architects craving a way to do all their daylighting studies, energy simulation, and solar analysis within a Revit modeling environment.
If you couldn’t make it to the conference but want to stay current on what we’re up to, we have 5 recorded sessions from our Education Lab to share with our online community. Check them out and let us know what you think.
1. Agile Energy Analysis for Architects: Learn the latest workflows that will help you achieve performance goals through a range of energy analysis results faster and more reliably than ever before.
2. Lasers, Analysis and Chapels: Capturing a Modern Masterpiece: The USAFA Cadet Chapel was scanned, processed as point cloud data, developed in a BIM environment, and prepared for the range of high performance building design analyses.
3. Green Infrastructure Development in Washington D.C.: Quantifying the runoff volumes of streets and rooftops, and the various low impact development (LID) practices to manage the runoff, can provide policy makers the ability to design policies and structure incentives.
4. Integrating Solar Power in Design Performance Analysis: Learn how to optimize and integrate solar power performance into your design workflow from pre-design with Energy Cost Range widgets to detailed specifications with Dynamo.
5. Rapid Energy Modeling for Energy Retrofit Assessments: Understand through a case study how Rapid Energy Modeling could help streamline energy assessment and prioritize retrofit decisions.Tags: Energy Analysis, Greenbuild, Insight 360, Revit
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