Development of Energy Flow Emulators for Greenhouse and Industrial Facilities

360 Energy is a Canadian company specializing in energy management, providing consultation services for the, commercial, greenhouses, and industrial sectors. Their current workflow utilizes a proprietary tool that that is labour intensive, which this research will seek to automate. The proposed approach is to create a building model that will output an energy breakdown of the building. The interns will undergo research to quantify the key variables for their building, exploring various data capture techniques utilizing sensors, and algorithms for statistical analysis. This will have the expected outcome of improving predictions while decreasing labour required, thus increasing the efficiency of service delivery for 360 Energy.

Faculty Supervisor:

Jennifer McArthur


Gary Chang;Michael Stock


360 Energy Inc.


Architecture and design


Information and cultural industries


Ryerson University



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