Pete Segall

Pete Segall

ATS Automation

    Pete leads a team of energy and building performance engineers with the core mission of better building performance through optimizing energy management systems, developing new and innovative facility solutions, and leveraging state grants and utility incentives. Pete has been providing energy management and facility solutions consulting support across all vertical markets for over 23 years. Pete has a mechanical engineering degree from the University of Washington, an executive leadership certificate from Seattle University, and is a Certified Energy and Demand Side Manager. Beyond efficiency, Pete’s passion is animal welfare and is on the board of directors for the Seattle Humane Society and volunteers weekly providing dog adoption support.

    All Sessions by Pete Segall

    Day Two August 23, 2022
    1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

    Data Analytics – Making Smart Actionable

    Building data becomes actionable when good analytics are applied and made useful to facility managers/operators. This session will have two case study presentations which demonstrate this followed by a larger SME moderated panel.

    Day Two August 25, 2021
    9:00 am - 10:15 am

    Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning in Buildings: The Future is Already Here

    Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are embedding themselves in almost all aspects of our lives -building operations included. Building systems, especially HVAC, are a complicated set of interrelated components reacting to an almost endless stream of dynamic variables, be it weather, occupancy, or space utilization. Historically, it has been a challenge, to say the least, for building operations to optimize system performance in such a dynamic condition. The use of AI/ML is now proving itself as capable of analyzing and acting on this information to drive better building performance. This session will bring together pioneers in this field as well as real building experience in the deployment of AI/ML in the commercial building space.