RealcommEDGE Magazine: Digital Edition
In the current issue of the RealcommEDGE Magazine, we asked our Realcomm and IBcon Advisory Council co-chairs, Art McCann, Highwoods Properties; Clint Osteen, Granite Properties; Annette Prater, Brookfield Properties; Kenneth Finnegan, Related | Hudson Yards; Zorba Manolopoulos, Facebook; and Jared Summers, ExxonMobil, for their views on their company's vision and how they are using innovation to turn challenges into opportunities.
The RealcommEDGE magazine is the only publication focused exclusively on technology, automation and innovation for the Commercial and Corporate Real Estate and Facilities industry. It provides readers with astute analysis and world-class case studies demonstrating the best use of technology for the industry.
Featuring Art McCann, Highwoods Properties; Clint Osteen, Granite Properties; Annette Prater, Brookfield Properties; Kenneth Finnegan, Related | Hudson Yards; Zorba Manolopoulos, Facebook; and Jared Summers, ExxonMobil
INSIDE THIS ISSUE:
- Key Insights from the Inaugural State of the Smart Buildings Market Study
- Unisphere: Largest Commercial Net Zero Building in the U.S.
- CompuCom HQ: First in the World for 100% PoE Energy
- Real Estate Cyber Risk: Are You Prepared?
- 5G and the History of Wireless Networks
- How to Think About AI in Real Estate
- 2019 Solutions Marketplace Directory
...and many more
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Deploying Smart Building Systems: Why Does Southwest Only Fly 737s? Four walls and a steam heater, this was the office that I walked into last year. Sitting in the heart of one of the most technologically enabled cities in the U.S. this beautiful office building seemed directly pulled from the Roaring Twenties. The beauty of the architecture
How Coronavirus Could Spark the Modernization of Real Estate As many office buildings sit at reduced or zero occupancy in reaction to COVID-19, owners, investors and onsite teams have had to quickly adapt to change. Some of commercial real estate’s technological flaws are being revealed as onsite teams run into limitations managing properties during such low occupancies.
Four Keys to Deploying a Smart Building Program During COVID-19 Now more than ever, the idea of a smart building is gaining popularity and showing promise for property and facility managers across the country. The siren’s song of saved operating expenses, reduced energy consumption and the associated smaller carbon footprint has captivated many.
Commercial Rent Payments: Signposts on the Road to Recovery Across the country, offices and retail stores are beginning to reopen. On the surface, things are looking more positive for the commercial real estate market than they did in March or April. But do the numbers justify optimism? In terms of rental payments from office and retail tenants, the data suggests that a celebration would be a bit premature.