Are you able to meet the 2030 challenge? Are you ready for when all new buildings, developments, and major renovations shall be carbon-neutral by 2030?
The 2030 Challenge has been adopted and is being implemented by 80% of the top 10 and 70% of the top 20 architecture, engineering, and planning firms in the U.S. In addition, the AIA, ASHRAE, the U.S. Conference of Mayors, the federal government, and many other organizations and state and local governments and agencies have adopted the Challenge.
Watch this video with Ian Molloy from Autodesk AEC Generative Design Group to discuss ways to get you can start using Autodesk Insight 360, a powerful guide to better building energy and environmental performance, to help you achieve 2030 goals.
During this webcast, Ian will help you gain unique insights into the energy and environmental performance of buildings at any stage in their lifecycle, an invaluable tool to help deliver higher performing buildings more cost-effectively, and with greater certainty.
- Discover a fast, intuitive outcome-driven guide to better building energy & environmental performance throughout the building lifecycle.
- Visualize and interact with key performance indicators, benchmarks, factors, ranges, and specifications with real-time cause and effect feedback to guide you towards better outcomes.
- Model with FormIt 360 Pro and Revit to generate insights using robust automatic analytical model creation and visualization of performance information directly in the modeling environment.
- Trusted industry leading simulation engines for whole building energy, heating, cooling, daylighting, and solar radiation simulation run using innovative parallel cloud computing techniques to represent millions of potential outcomes at once.
- Organize and share insights with other stakeholders and access anywhere to work towards better outcomes continuously and consistently from early targeting and feasibility all the way through to operation.
INDUSTRIES: Architecture, Buildings, Civil Engineering, Civil Infrastructure, Construction, MEP Engineering, Structural Engineering