Thermal Control Technologies for Public Spaces | Panel Discussion | Thermal Control Magazine

On October 10, 2023, at 4:00 PM, Thermal Control magazine organized a webinar on “Thermal Control Technologies for Public Spaces.”

In today’s world, maintaining optimal thermal conditions in public areas was crucial for both safety and well-being. The latest advancements in thermal control technologies were revolutionizing how temperature and air quality were managed in various shared environments. These technologies encompassed a range of solutions that optimized the management of heat, cooling, and energy distribution within utility infrastructures. By implementing cutting-edge systems and strategies, public spaces could save energy, reduce operating costs, and contribute to environmental conservation.

Increasing construction activities, expanding urbanization, and escalating data loads were driving the emergence of additional malls, expansive venues, hospitality establishments, and data centers. Collectively, these factors were instrumental in propelling the expansion of the thermal management market. Exploring innovative methods and technologies fostered a deeper understanding of their potential to enhance efficiency, reduce emissions, and pave the way towards a more sustainable future.

On that note, Thermal Control Business Update hosted an interactive session on ‘Thermal Control Technologies for Public Spaces’ on October 10, 2023, from 4.00 PM to 5.30 PM. During that 90-minute session, HVAC&R industry experts shared perspectives on enhancing thermal technologies in public spaces, air quality, new thermal control technologies, smart HVAC systems, public spaces, health and safety, design initiatives, best practices, etc.

Deepak Puranik, National Sales Head – Stragetic Business – India and Sri Lanka, AAF India: “Indoor Air Quality in commercial spaces”
Vikram Murthy, Director, Univac Environment Systems Pvt. Ltd: “Technologies for climate control inside public spaces”
Sandip Jadhav, Co-Founder & CEO, CCTech: “Occupant thermal comfort simulation at design stage for ASHRAE 55 compliance”
Jeelani Pasha, Regional Manager South, Trane Technologies India: “Exploring Innovations for Sustainable Public Spaces”

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