Printemps numérique @CCA: Smart and Sustainable Buildings

How does digital technology accelerate the transition to smarter and greener buildings?
Event, in English, Paul Desmarais Theatre, 21 November, 5pm

Printemps numérique, the Digital Spring, is back at the CCA for #intersections vol. 6: smart and sustainable buildings. The event will explore the digital as a relevant and appropriate response to succeed in the energy transition in the building sector.

With the participation of Alain Boilard (General director - Campus MIL development, at Université de Montréal), Emmanuel Di Giacomo (BIM Ecosystem Development Manager at Autodesk), Alain Sayegh (Director - Integration of new technology at Hydro-Québec), Ahmed Ryad Sbartaï (Expert and BIM solutions leader at Zenit Consultants) and Catherine Mathys (columnist at La sphere, ICI Radio-Canada Premiere) who will moderate the discussion .

The #intersections series combines panel discussions, networking and the presentation of digital projects. To reserve your ticket, please click here.

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