Make the right choices for your HVAC design with our new Pareto Dashboard!

Make the right choices for your HVAC design with our new Pareto Dashboard!

We are proud to present our most recent development: the Pareto Dashboard. With Pareto, everything revolves around transparency to make the right design choices. The Pareto Dashboard is the pinnacle of the Hysopt design philosophy.
Hysopt Webinar Pareto


Making the right choices for your HVAC design with our new Pareto Dashboard!

Who for?

HVAC designers, engineering and installation companies, building facility managers, ESCO’s and other interested parties




Making the right design choices is not always straightforward because different aspects need to be considered. Energy consumption, CO2 emission and investment should be as low as possible and at the same time, we want the thermal comfort to be as high as possible. But how do these KPIs correlate with each other? How do we compare energy consumption with thermal comfort? And what are the client’s exact wishes and its prioritisation?

The Pareto Dashboard brings full transparency to make the right decisions.

In this webinar Christophe Benoit, software developer, and Jonas Cleiren, functional analyst, are demonstrating these new features in the Hysopt software based on several case studies. Besides gaining insight into the new possibilities of the software, we will also provide insight into the analysis approach we applied.


  • Transparency as a starting point
  • General principals of Pareto
  • Analysis techniques
  • Case studies with Pareto Analysis
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