22 and 23 November in 2017 year training seminars were held on the theme "Energy Efficiency of Building Engineering Systems" at Tashkent Architectural and Construction Institute (TACI).
The lectures were organized for TACI students in cooperation with Siemens. Also, specialists of the Ministry of Housing and Communal Services and JSC National Energy Saving Company took part in the seminar.
The purpose of the training seminars is to familiarize and enhance the knowledge of students and teachers in the field of introducing technologies for optimal energy use, necessary for life support systems for civil structures. Within the framework of the seminar, Siemens specialists shared theoretical knowledge and practical experience of introducing energy-efficient technologies for building engineering systems. The training material was prepared on the basis of numerous projects implemented by the company in the field of industrial and civil construction. During the seminar, the specialists of the company discussed and answered numerous questions.
"Considering the high pace of development in the construction of civil facilities in our republic, there is a need for training highly qualified engineers and specialists to ensure the introduction of modern technologies and rational resource use," said Abdulla Ulmasovich Mirisaev - associate professor, Vice-Rector for academic affairs of TACI.
The main focus of the seminars was aimed at automation of engineering systems of life support of buildings. Modern solutions for integrated automation, can save up to 30% of the total energy consumption of the building. Specialists of the "Automation and security of buildings" division of Siemens have a great experience in the field of development and implementation of automation systems for civil buildings.
Siemens intends to further strengthen cooperation with TACI in such areas as conducting training seminars, sharing experiences, as well as attracting institute students to numerous competitions held by the company to develop and introduce innovations by young people.