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One of the greatest challenges that our societies have ever faced is how to drive energy efficiency at the building, district and city level. Sustainable Places is an International Conference held each year across Europe to gather scientists, researchers, and engineers, from both academia and industry to discuss the latest state-of-the-art advances in this area. […]

Daniel Coakley presented at the recent CIBSE Symposium on “Integration for whole life building performance.” His session looked at the “Development of calibrated operational models of existing buildings for real-time decision support and performance optimisation.” Building simulation tools are commonly used in design for performance appraisal and optimisation. However, numerous studies have found that actual […]

All Energy: All Wrapped Up

Posted : May 17, 2016 by Edwina

As the doors to All Energy closed the other week, so did the end of a busy week for IES. Our R&D division presented on five different European funded projects we’re currently involved in: EINSTEIN & Energy in Time: Making real-time operational control of buildings a reality with 3D simulation Catherine Conaghan, Senior Project Manager, […]

Last Week Daniel Coakley of IES spoke on the topic of “Modelling Natural ventilation in the IESVE: Case studies & Research Outlook” at a half day seminar, organised by Cork Institute of Technology (CIT), for researchers, designers, engineers & architects. This CIT Technical Seminar: Ventilative Cooling & Overheating Risk was organised in collaboration with IEA-EBC […]

All Energy Comes to Town

Posted : April 29, 2016 by Edwina

Next week All Energy opens at the SECC for another year and we’re gearing up for all that it will bring. As we’re headquartered in Glasgow it’s great having such a forward looking event going on in our home town. And boy is Glasgow a great host city – not only does it have flourishing […]

When it comes to getting the most out of your data, collaboration is the key. Nowadays there is masses of data available at every stage of the building lifecycle. And nowhere more so than at operation. The increasing volume, variety & velocity of data available presents its own organisational and analysis challenges. As does getting […]

Technology within the construction industry and within our lives generally is developing rapidly. Forget BIM Level 2, Digital Built Britain looks forward to a time, within the next decade, when BIM will encompass the Internet Of Things, advanced data analytics and the digital economy with the aim of planning new buildings and infrastructure more effectively, […]

Our 5 buzzwords for 2016

Posted : January 12, 2016 by Edwina

January is traditionally the time for forward reflection. So inspired by what’s going on around us we’ve pulled together the top 5 buzzwords that we think our expert building analytics team at IES will be using across 2016. The Force of COP21 May the Force of COP21 be with us all. While the agreement signed […]

It’s only the first week of January and already controversy has hit Glasgow. The topic of office banter on Tuesday morning was Ellie Harrison and her Glasgow Effect project being awarded £15k by Creative Scotland. The artist will not leave the greater Glasgow Area for 1 year (except in the event of the ill-heath / […]

Earlier this year, RBS’ Innovation Gateway launched the Bristol Go Green Challenge. The challenge sought to source innovative solutions to a range of challenges, including creating the first carbon neutral RBS branch. We are delighted that our CI-Squared service was selected as one of 12 successful innovations to be trialled as part of the challenge […]

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