Original air date January 20, 2022

IEQ: Planning for a variable future

Learn why indoor environmental quality, or IEQ, will continue to be important into the future and how to account for emerging technologies and standards

Young people with face masks back at work in office after lockdown.

Attendees qualify for a Certificate of Completion.

The pandemic has put an intense focus on the quality of the indoor environment and especially on improving indoor air quality. Society’s values with respect to wellbeing and the dynamics of public spaces have changed. This means that buildings and occupants will have different needs for the complete built environment — improving indoor air quality, lighting, acoustics and thermal comfort — going forward.

Register to learn about how indoor environmental quality is expected to change, how buildings can support healthier and optimized indoor experiences for the long term and about emerging technologies and standards that will factor into future designs.

Learning objectives:

  • Understand that indoor environmental quality is more than just indoor air quality.
  • Learn about why IAQ is important beyond mitigating pathogen transmission.
  • Discover how to design building systems that can adapt to dynamic occupancy.
  • Find out how to stay up-to-speed on the latest in emerging technology and standards for IEQ.

Presented By:
Jeff Wiseman, Indoor Air Quality Portfolio Leader, Trane Commercial HVAC
Scott Huffmaster, Healthy Spaces Sales Leader, Trane Commercial HVAC
Ron Cosby, Thermal Systems and Technology Leader, Trane Commercial HVAC

Moderated By:
Amara Rozgus, Content Manager, CFE Media and Technology


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