October 21, 2021
Modern building infrastructures enable a connected network of devices well beyond the traditional building automation systems. This session addresses the opportunities, as well as integration, standardization, cyber and compatibility challenges of integrating next generation smart building technologies.
October 15, 2021
This week, Realcomm Live welcomes three industry executive leaders and the co-chairs of this year’s CEO|COO|CFO|CAO Innovation Summit: John Gilbert, EVP & COO at Rudin Management; Sara Shank, Managing Director and Global Head of Innovation at PGIM Real Estate; and Justin Segal, President at Boxer Property to share insights on digital transformation and shifts in the post-pandemic hybrid workplace, ESG, healthy building technologies, data-driven innovation along with the strategies to manage organizational change necessary to operationalize these initiatives.
October 14, 2021
This session presents industry use-cases for design, development and management of intelligent buildings of the future. The panel discusses how to plan and execute a smart building strategy in the current environment to provide a future-ready and scalable approach for smart building projects and portfolios.
October 8, 2021
This week Realcomm Live welcomes three veterans in the intelligent building space: Steve Lefkowitz, VP Global Real Estate Operations at WarnerMedia Group and Lachlan MacQuarrie, SVP, Real Estate Management at Epic Investment Services, both representing large firms that have embraced and deployed smart building technologies across their enterprises, and Tom Shircliff, co-founder of Intelligent Buildings and chair of the IBcon Intelligent Buildings Boot Camp. They share their experience and perspective on designing, developing and operating smart and healthy buildings.
October 7, 2021
Developing a comprehensive, integrated enterprise architecture strategy that connects relevant information and eliminates redundant data can be challenging. This session explores the strengths and opportunities of IWMS, data warehouses and lakes, as well as integrated point solutions.
October 1, 2021
This week Realcomm Live showcases two of the most innovative smart districts in the world and the technology strategies necessary to develop digital urban neighborhoods of the future. Our guests are Mike Smith, CEO of WhiteSpace, a building technology advisory firm, who discusses the Water Street Tampa project, Florida's first smart district; and Chuck Niswonger, President of NiceNets Consulting, who is working closely on VinGroup’s Vinhomes Ocean Park project, an emerging world-class smart city in Vietnam.
September 24, 2021
This week, Realcomm Live’s guests are members of the Real Estate Cyber Consortium (RECC) and co-chairs for this year’s CRE Cybersecurity Forum: Charles Meyers, RECC; Jim Whalen, Boston Properties; and Thano Lambrinos, QuadReal. They will discuss high-impact cyber threats and the OT ransomware attacks building owners and operators face today, as well as the inhibitors to improving cybersecurity in CRE.
September 22, 2021
Providing a connected workplace environment comes with a set of unique challenges around getting people into the office safely and efficiently. This session reviews access control and video monitoring options from the lobby to the tenant space and discusses potential privacy and liability concerns.
September 17, 2021
This week, Realcomm Live welcomes the 2021 Advisory Council co-chairs for IBcon, the Smart, Connected, High-Performance, Intelligent Buildings conference; Emmanuel Daniel, Microsoft; Dean Hopkins, Oxford Properties; and Sabine Lam, Google. These three are the world’s most prolific leaders on smart buildings and campuses. All have major smart building projects under development. We explore these projects, as well as aligning real estate with operations, the technologies they are watching and where they see the industry going in the next 12-18 months.
September 16, 2021
Most professionals have now learned to work remotely from anywhere and many are not going back to commuting into the office 5 days a week. This session examines how operating models are affected by flexible, highly adaptable workplace environments and dynamic office designs.