Registrations open for ARBS Seminar Series Online

Wednesday, 04 November, 2020

Registrations open for ARBS Seminar Series Online

ARBS Exhibitions is launching a series of online seminars featuring leaders, academics, organisations, associations and experts in the HVAC&R and building services industry.

Commencing on 17 November and continuing into the new year, the ARBS Seminar Series Online is available and open to all who wish to attend, with a small registration fee applicable to selected sessions.

VBIS Manager Heshan Samarawickrama will launch the seminar series with his presentation ‘A standard for asset classification and converging information’. This free-to-attend seminar will outline a straightforward system to structure asset information to drive operational outcomes and link data in existing applications to implement a digital twin using existing infrastructure.

The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in fewer events and conferences. However, the industry remains eager to collaborate and discuss emerging technologies, methodologies, standards and best practice. Furthermore, the ARBS Seminar Series Online aims to reach an even more diverse audience, connecting industry from Australia and throughout the world.

ARBS Exhibition Organiser Sue Falcke said, “We are thrilled to launch this online format to share the latest news and those who continue to drive innovation and the flow of education and updates to our industry. We hope you can join us for this exciting series of seminars.”

What: ARBS Seminar Series Online
When: 17 November onwards

Image caption: VBIS Manager Heshan Samarawickrama.

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