Webinar: IES Intelligent Communities Lifecycle (ICL) Introduction

30 05 2019
 Cagliari, Italy   30/05/2019

Join IES CEO and Founder, Dr Don McLean, on 30th April 2019 for an exclusive introduction to the Intelligent Communities Lifecycle (ICL) - the new environmental digital twin for healthy, sustainable communities, campuses, cities & countries.

 The built environment currently accounts for 40% of the world’s energy use, meaning buildings and cities have the potential to make the biggest impact in reducing carbon emissions globally.

 Climate reports over the last 6 months have made clear that time isn’t on our side. The research shows that warming the planet more than 1.5°C is a real threat to its liveability, and the way things are going this 1.5°C temperature safety guard could be exceeded in as little as 17 years.

 In this free session, find out how this new technology can be used to apply sustainable analysis to communities of any size or purpose, enabling people to look at energy use holistically and at a much larger scale, to dramatically improve efficiency across the entire lifecycle of the built environment.

 The demo will run as three separate sessions at 2pm AEST, 11am BST and 10am MDT.

 Register here.

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