Chief Executive Officer
What carbon neutrality means for building glass? Is embodied carbon important compared to operational carbon at building, façade and material level? How much glass contributes in the façade’s carbon footprint ? The answers of those questions led Saint-Gobain Glass to launch the world first low carbon glass available on the market. You’ll see through different studies why such a decision has been taken, how this production is possible and what are the next steps to move forward on Saint-Gobain Glass Sustainability roadmap to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050.
Our Presentation will present how Hyperframe will disrupt the metal stud framing world combining BIM Modeling – Robotic Manufacturing – Mixed Reality, and Snap Fastening, Using both new innovative hardware (stud and tracks) and software (HyperBIM) to achieve the smartest metal framing system on the planet. The result is greatly improved production, safety, quality, and building schedules. Not to mention significantly reduced waste and reduced labor. We will also talk to the Saint-Gobain and Hyperframe relationship. We will also have a on stage mock-up of our system that we will demo during or presentation.
Sustainable buildings have typically been measured by their reduction in resource consumption and their achievement of green building certifications. However, neither of these criteria measure the most important aspect of the building – the impact on occupant comfort, health, well-being, and productivity. What makes people more comfortable and productive? The presentation will help the audience understand the factors that influence the occupant experience and the key elements that impact comfort. Design strategies to improve indoor environmental quality (acoustic, indoor air, thermal and visual comfort) will be described in detail. The process to define desired outcomes that present problems to solve which lead to system solutions will be discussed for each comfort theme. In addition, methods to measure, calculate, analyze, visualize and communicate performance will be described in detail.