Smart Building Best Practice Showcase: Featuring the Newest, Most Innovative Corporate Buildings & Campuses Presented @ CoRE Tech 2018
On Nov. 15 from 7:30am to 8:30am, CoRE Tech 2018 kicks off Day Two with the Smart Building Best Practice Showcase and will feature the world’s preeminent corporate real estate projects. These buildings and campuses are designed and built by industry-leading companies who are strategizing for the workplace of the future.
The projects featured will display best practice guidelines for the connected, fully integrated built environment where big data analysis and the experiential aspect of the site are playing an increasing role.
Representatives at the Showcase will share the newest technologies that enable a truly innovative 21st century digital experience. They will also discuss the challenges inherent in producing buildings of such ambition and scale.
Corporate initiatives for energy efficiency, sustainability, social responsibility, health and wellness, and the digital occupant experience will all be covered at the Showcase, as well as the impact of AI, VR, Machine Learning and other flourishing technologies that will continue to influence the industry.
Below is an example of the types of projects that will be featured:
Aruba – Corporate Headquarters
After years of helping customers design their mobile-first digital workplace, it was time for Aruba to make their own vision a reality. The main goal was to optimize for a highly mobile workforce, creating a modern design that would attract the best talent in the competitive Silicon Valley market–as well as providing a building showcase for customers and ecosystem partners. Providing high-performance connectivity is no longer enough; employees need and expect efficient tools to collaborate seamlessly, and businesses need analytics to better understand space utilization. By combining leading edge technology with an open design, Aruba was able to achieve these goals. Housed in a new LEED Gold building, Aruba’s main campus includes multiple types of community spaces, quiet zones, location-aware conference rooms, wireless projection, connected LED lighting, smart furniture, free address seating, a 10,000 SF Customer Experience Center (CEC) and smart innovations required to empower the mobile workforce.
- ExxonMobil – Houston Campus Headquarters
- Oracle – Santa Clara Smart Buildings
- United Therapeutics – The Unisphere
- McDonald's – Chicago Headquarters
- CapitalOne – McLean 2
- Boston Properties – Salesforce Tower
- CompuCom – Fort Mill Headquarters
- LinkedIn Portfolio
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