Come to this Melbourne based workshop on Thursday 18 June 2015 exploringenergy efficient technologies and how they can benefit your educational or special purpose facility and then how to build the business to case.
The City of Melbourne is supporting the launch of Cleantech.melbourne by CleanTek Market, an online clean technology platform for Melbourne that connects clean technologies with investment and clean technologies with end users.
A group of researchers from the University of Sydney's Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) Lab has developed world-leading technology to measure and improve the indoor human comfort factor of office buildings.
The compact, box-shaped device known as SAMBA is designed to measure air temperate and speed, humidity, light, sound and air pollutants - the key factors shown to have the greatest impact on an office worker's health, comfort and productivity. The device is built on sensor technology that relays information about a building's indoor environment back to a central computer for further analysis.