(Updated April 9 2013 with Vasari Talk video and link to Vasari Talk site)
Vasari Talk is back with some in-depth sessions around energy simulation. Please join us on Wednesday, April 3, 2013 from 11:30-12:30am eastern when David Scheer, Autodesk Building Energy Engineer, will talk about the new Green Button feature in Green Building Studio. This feature is designed to help users automate and streamline the process of synchronizing utility data and historical weather data which in the past has been a very manual and labor extensive process. David will show us a case study of the Autodesk Office in San Rafael, in which the energy model was created in Vasari, uploaded to Green Building Studio, and then run against actual utility bill data. 1 AIA LU
- After this session, participants will be able to us the green building feature on a sample project.
- They will be able to understand the role of Vasari in simulating a sample project with actual utility data.
- They will be able to explain how utility bill data for a sample project is synchronized with historical weather data.
- They will be able to explain how to compare actual and as-modeled energy use in a sample project.
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Also here is a related blog on using Autodesk Vasari for Building Performance Analysis.