I work for IES within the New Product and R&D team focusing on technical marketing and communications of our latest developments.
IES delivers world-leading performance analysis software and expertise. Our solutions help address every factor in making new and existing buildings more energy efficient, while at the same time delivering efficiencies in operation and ensuring healthy indoor environments.
Our Virtual Environment suite of integrated analysis software is the most comprehensive on the market. It's 3D models incorporate local weather, material properties and usuage patterns to model performance using dynamic thermal, light, airflow and other simulations. It can be employed across design into operation and through on into campus, community and even city consideration.
The measurable differentiation IES provides is of vital importance in today's market where delivering on sustainability is a necessity as well as an opportunity.
Whether designing or analysing a product range, regulatory system, building or entire community/eco-city, our technology, consulting expertise and investment in research ensure we stay at the cutting edge of building science developments to deliver true measurable sustainability.
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