Smart Building Bootcamp Series: Strategic Planning for Performance, Experience & Risk Management in the Coronavirus Era
The new normal has one constant: uncertainty. As building owners and operators re-populate their properties, agility and vigilance are paramount to risk-management and health-safety. While there is no standard approach to navigating the unknown, there are case studies, best practices and guidelines for strategic planning and deploying intelligent technologies.
To help CRE leaders succeed in the coronavirus era, Realcomm is launching a new Smart Building Bootcamp Series.
This four-part series spans the month of May. Each week, you’ll learn with experts leveraging time-tested principles to define, plan and execute a flexible smart building strategy adapted to meet the demands of the COVID-19 environment. Regardless the industry or size of your portfolio, campus or building, Realcomm’s learning curriculum showcases cutting-edge case studies, research and best practices about leading technologies for public-health, risk management and operational cost-efficiency in the new normal.
Commercial and Corporate Real Estate experts and instructors will lead a weekly 60- to 90-minute session. Here’s a snapshot of the month ahead:
May 7: Intelligent Buildings in the Pandemic Era
- Using technology to triage in buildings
- Strategy and standards for intelligent buildings
- Start with use-cases, not systems and features
May 14: IT, Cybersecurity and Risk Management in Times of Crisis
- The backbone * Wired vs wireless
- Building systems and 3rd party remote access * Vendor management
- Risk management * Foot traffic monitoring
* Separate vs converged network
* PON vs. Active
* Cyber policies
* Occupancy and utilization tracking
* Environmental and sustainability measures
May 21: Operational Efficiency, Experience and Health in the New Normal
- BAS, energy, lighting and metering
- Big data, building analytics and fault detection
- AI and machine learning
- Apps for occupants and managers * Tenant, employee and guest experience
* Facility managers
May 28: Deploying a Smart Building Strategy: Navigating the Unknown
- Customer education
- The importance of a master system integrator * Advanced smart building tech
- Organizational alignment, budgets, implementation and management
* BIM, digital twins and more
* IoT platforms and sensor technologies
Do you have a solid smart building strategy and deployment plan? Want to learn how others are balancing privacy and health-safety? Uncertain you have the right tech? Join the Smart Building Bootcamp Series to learn and share best practices. Email Webinars & Program Manager Sarah Bemporad for more info.
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