Category : Realcomm

Realcomm 2015 Kicks off today in San Antonio, TX!

Realcomm Pre-Conference was excellent yesterday evening as we jumped right into a Smart Buildings Bootcamp and cyber security discussion. Today the official conference kicks off and we look forward to seeing you as we participate in this year’s two day event. Here is a preview of what’s in store:

Also, come and join us as The Building People CEO, Lawrence Melton will be hosting a session later this afternoon titled “Shifting from Reactive to PROACTIVE OPERATIONS – A Paradigm for FM,” details below:

Track: SMART BUILDING STRATEGY
Session Name: Shifting from Reactive to PROACTIVE OPERATIONS – A Paradigm for FM
Type: Panel
Location: MARRIOTT RIVERCENTER Salon L
Date: 6/9/2015
Time: 4:15PM

Description: For anyone in the facilities management (FM) industry, it easy to remember that not too long ago, engineers with radios and clipboards were about the only option available. Fast-forward to today and we have machines talking to machines, fault detection diagnostics reaching into every wall, ceiling, closet and basement, and resulting analytics predicting the future and more. The end result of all this technology and automation is a radical shift from reactive to proactive operations. No longer do we wait for the call and respond, but today’s facilities team utilize sophisticated systems, know when the problems occur ahead of time and can prioritize the response accordingly. For anyone involved in FM, this session is a must-attend to get an update and see what lies ahead for facilities.

Questions:
What does it mean to shift from reactive to proactive operations?
Do most traditional facility managers or engineers understand the potential that automation can deliver on proactive operations and do they have the skills to implement the technology?
Where does an organization start to transform itself from reactive to proactive operations?
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Shifting from Reactive to PROACTIVE OPERATIONS – A Paradigm Shift for FM

Realcomm Austin, TX is just around the corner and we are extremely excited to continue our participation in this innovative conference on smart buildings and facilities management technologies that are changing the industry. We will be hosting a session with a fantastic panel of experts that you should not miss. We look forward to seeing you there, session details below:

Track: SMART BUILDING STRATEGY
Session Name: Shifting from Reactive to PROACTIVE OPERATIONS – A Paradigm for FM
Type: Panel
Location: MARRIOTT RIVERCENTER Salon L
Date: 6/9/2015
Time: 4:15PM

Description: For anyone in the facilities management (FM) industry, it easy to remember that not too long ago, engineers with radios and clipboards were about the only option available. Fast-forward to today and we have machines talking to machines, fault detection diagnostics reaching into every wall, ceiling, closet and basement, and resulting analytics predicting the future and more. The end result of all this technology and automation is a radical shift from reactive to proactive operations. No longer do we wait for the call and respond, but today’s facilities team utilize sophisticated systems, know when the problems occur ahead of time and can prioritize the response accordingly. For anyone involved in FM, this session is a must-attend to get an update and see what lies ahead for facilities.

Questions:
What does it mean to shift from reactive to proactive operations?
Do most traditional facility managers or engineers understand the potential that automation can deliver on proactive operations and do they have the skills to implement the technology?
Where does an organization start to transform itself from reactive to proactive operations?
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Come join us for Realcomm 2015: The Intersection of Technology, Innovation, and Real Estate Operations

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Come join The Building People June 9th-10th in San Antonio, TX for Realcomm 2015: The Intersection of Technology, Innovation, and Real Estate Operations:

The future or what we hear people describe as the future is really here. Real time information management, next generation property management concepts, prescriptive analytics, integrated CRMs, automated leasing, advanced mobile platforms, outsourced e-mail (and accounting, property and HR) electronic payments, totally smart buildings, connected meters, zero energy projects, nextgen office space, new retailing concepts, integrated digital signage, immersion walls, Uber for leased space, drones to inspect roofs, robots to measure space, 3D printing for spare parts and much much more. These are no longer just ideas…they are real…they are now! Read more and register here…

Here is an interview with The Building People CEO Lawrence Melton from Realcomm 2013 as he discusses the exciting issues  being covered at these annual events:

We can’t wait to see you there!

Reminder to Register for IBCon 2015: Real Change Right Now

Just a reminder to register for IBCon 2015 in San Antonio, TX June 9-10th.

ibconbannerIBcon has grown to become the world’s most comprehensive and leading edge discussion on the next generation of smart, connected, high-performance, green, sustainable, intelligent buildings. This event is not about the traditional one building, one system, one vendor smart building of yesterday, but rather the open architected, interoperable, integrated, IP, IT centric smart buildings of tomorrow.

Wednesday @ Realcomm 2014, A Comprehensive STRATEGY: Operations + Energy + Sustainability + Experience = Profitability

For those of you here in Las Vegas at Realcomm 2014, you will want to join us tomorrow at 11:30AM in LVH Ballroom F as we cover how to implement a winning strategy for profitability that will take you beyond mere energy efficiency and toward full operational efficiency. See details below:

Track: STRATEGY DEFINED
Session Name: A Comprehensive STRATEGY: Operations + Energy + Sustainability + Experience = Profitability
Type:
Location: LVH Ballroom F
Date: 6/18/2014
Time: 11:30AM
Description: What are smart, connected, high-performance, intelligent buildings? Why should we embark on this journey of energy conservation, operational efficiency, sustainability, enhanced occupant experience, financial optimization…or all of the above? So often, organizations only focus on one aspect leaving many other benefits on the table or designing stand-alone systems and strategies that may never work in concert. This informative session will address the question of “what problem am I trying to solve” followed by a pragmatic overview of a well thought-out and holistic building, portfolio, campus transformation strategy
Questions:
  • Define a smart building.
  • Why do so many organizations focus on energy and leave out the benefits associated with operations and occupant experience?
  • What will it take to get our industry to agree on one, comprehensive definition of a smart, connected, high-performance, intelligent, sustainable, enjoyable, interactive, safe and productive building?
MODERATOR(S):
Tom ShircliffTom Shircliff
Co-Founder
Intelligent Buildings
P: 704-759-2700
tom@intelligentbuildings.comhttp://www.intelligentbuildings.com
SPEAKER(S):
Bob DixonBob Dixon
VP of Industry Affairs, Business Performance & Sustainability
Siemens Industry Inc
P: 847-941-5070
bobdixon@siemens.comhttp://usa.siemens.com/buildingtechnologies
Rick HuijbregtsRick Huijbregts
VP, Industry Transformation General Manager, IoE | Smart + Connected Communities
Cisco Systems Inc.
P: 416-306-7368
rhuijbre@cisco.comhttp://www.cisco.com/
Lawrence MeltonLawrence Melton
Principal
The Building People, LLC
P: 703-669-2222
lawrence.melton@thebuildingpeople.comhttp://www.thebuildingpeople.com
Paul OswaldPaul Oswald
President
Environmental Systems, Inc. (ESI)
P: 262-832-1313
paul.oswald@thinkesi.comhttp://www.thinkesi.com
Niraj PatelNiraj Patel
Chief Strategy Officer
Selex ES, A Finmeccanica Company
P: (215) 820-4710
niraj.patel@elsag.comhttp://www.seles-es.com
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