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Autodesk is excited to announce a first-in-the-industry app that allows you to create a building energy model on your iPad, in the field, starting from just a few photographs! Project Rosenfeld is an interactive, mobile application that allows you to quickly and efficiently capture existing building conditions and create 3D models for energy analysis. After taking photographs with an iPad, you are guided step-by-step to create a digital model of the existing building. In a matter of minutes, you have an energy model and a detailed energy assessment report you can use to prioritize energy conservation measures.

 

Features include

  • 3D model creation through photo matching and tracing
  • Green Building Studio energy analysis
  • Energy assessment reports with charts, graphs, and data on EUI, fuel consumption, and potential energy savings

This technology preview is offered to a limited number of customers on an invitation-only basis. If you are interested, please fill out a survey here: www.autode.sk/rosenfeld

How will Project Rosenfeld help you in the field?

Stephanie Egger

Stephanie Egger is a building scientist and engineer, and passionate about reducing building energy use through education. She works on the Autodesk Building Performance Analysis Team where she exposes customers to the latest high performance building design tools and provides training on to how best use them. Previously she co-authored and launched a series of online courses that educate the next generation of designers. These courses and related certificate programs (Autodesk Building Performance Analysis Certificate) teach architects and engineers the basics of sustainable design and building performance through simulation and analysis tools. Stephanie pairs the creation of these educational offerings with the commitment to continuous improvement of building-design technology to enable designers to create sustainable and meaningful designs.

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