Upcoming webinars - Visualising the Invisible
People, Comfort, Ventilation and Acoustics
Happening online: May and June 2022
This 4-part webinar series by Swegon Air Academy will help you to visualise the invisible by breaking down what makes up the indoor climate and how does it affect us — people — while we are indoors.
In each webinar we will discuss the 4 key elements of the indoor climate and take a deep-dive into people, comfort, ventilation and acoustics.
A deep-dive into the knowledge in the webinars
Our distinguished lecturers will explain everything you need to know about the indoor climate and its parameters, and how does it effect people and their health & well-being. And how we can best utilise the elements of indoor climate.
People want to feel comfortable in all environments - at work, in schools and in homes. And in the second webinar, we will explain everything connected to the comfort, and especially what factors impact people´s comfort.
The third webinar will be all about ventilation - technical key aspects and principles. And can we increase efficiency, comfort and well-being of people through various methods of ventilation.
Acoustics and sound affect people´s health and their comfort inside. And in the fourth webinar we will talk about key concepts about sound and how to manage the acoustics inside the buildings, and more.
Register for the webinars
All four sessions will be hosted in English. Please register below for the webinars that you are interested in.
19 May 2022 | 15:00-16:00 (CET)
8 June 2022 | 15:00-16:00 (CET)
16 June 2022 | 15:00-16:00 (CET)
22 June 2022 | 15:00-16:00 (CET)
This webinar series is part of a webinar series that will be curated and hosted by Swegon Air Academy throughout the year.
Webinar topics to come include:
- Optimising the Indoor Climate to Perform on the Top — With the National Swedish Biatlon Team
- Circular economy — How does it work and best practice on how we can implement it into the HVAC business
- EU Renovation Wave — How can the HVAC industry help decrease the energy consumption of existing buildings