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  • Overcoming Semiconductor End-of-Life and Supply Chain Disruption
    Overcoming Semiconductor End-of-Life and Supply Chain Disruption
    Dan Deisz, Director of Design Technology and Ken Greenwood, Technical Sales Manager (EMEA) Recorded: May 20 2020 57 mins
    Join our industry experts, Dan Deisz, Director of Design Technology and Ken Greenwood, Technical Sales Manager (EMEA) to understand the challenges caused by supply chain disruption and end-of-life semiconductors.

    Learn how authorised distribution and licensed manufacturing solutions can help you with product-continuity, saving you the cost and time involved in re-design.

    WEBINAR KEY TAKEAWAYS

    1) A clear understanding of how an authorised supplier can provide a risk-free shortage and obsolescence sourcing route.

    2) How an authorised after-market semiconductor manufacturer can help you avoid costly re-designs, or premature product discontinuations, or extend service lives.

    SPEAKERS

    Dan Deisz:
    With over 35 years of semiconductor design experience, Daniel Deisz is the Director of Design Technology at Rochester Electronics, based out of its Rockville, Maryland, office. In this role, his group performs all authorized product replications and customer-specific design solutions. Daniel is also an active member of the Anti-Counterfeiting Task Force (ACTF) for the SIA having trained more than 200 CBP/HSI agents.

    Ken Greenwood:
    Ken Greenwood is the Technical Sales Manager EMEA for Rochester Electronics. He has over 30 years of experience in the Electronics Industry working in Strategic Sourcing roles at Nortel World-wide and Matra Comms France before moving into Sales and Field Applications Management roles in the Connectors and RF/Microwave markets. In his current role, Ken provides a vital interface between Rochester’s Supply partners and the market: tracking and highlighting lead-times and supply issues; and matching market needs with Rochester’s instant stock, or our long-term manufacturing abilities.
  • Return to Vender – take your vending business to the next level
    Return to Vender – take your vending business to the next level
    Darren Anderson and Lee Jones (Business Development Manager Self-Service and Director of Sales & Business Development) Recorded: May 19 2020 61 mins
    On May 19, we invite you to join Ingenico Enterprise Retail’s webinar on the future of payment where you can discover how solutions for the vending sector can accelerate your business performance.

    This will be particularly relevant after the current COVID-19 lockdown is lifted and vending businesses grapple with how to bounce back with the least impact. The most forward-thinking vending firms who are willing to adapt, may be the ones who will be quick to succeed.

    Cashless/contactless payment systems will be key – not only are they easier to use and drive increased revenues, but new data shows that contactless payments in the United Kingdom are rising rapidly and will continue to do so.

    Business development manager self-service, Darren Anderson, supported by Lee Jones, director of sales and business development for northern Europe, will explain how Ingenico’s flexible and reliable payment solutions can provide an insight into every customer journey, tackling head-on the challenging vending market which has no face-to-face interaction with customers and strong maintenance needs.

    Want to catapult your business to success? Then don’t miss this opportunity to hear about the solutions to help you. Behind every customer journey, Ingenico is shaping the future of payment!

    Presented by:
    Darren Anderson, Business Development Manager Self-Service - Ingenico Enterprise Retail
    Lee Jones, Director of Sales and Business Development - Ingenico Enterprise Retail
  • 6 Growth Opportunities in the Global Power Industry Sparked by COVID-19
    6 Growth Opportunities in the Global Power Industry Sparked by COVID-19
    John Raspin, Jonathan Robinson, Maria Benintende and Vasanth Krishnan, Frost & Sullivan Experts Recorded: May 14 2020 61 mins
    Although the situation continues to evolve rapidly, it is already clear that COVID-19 is going to have a significant impact on the global economy. For the energy sector, there have been immediate outcomes. The price of oil has declined steeply, industrial electricity demand has fallen sharply in leading global economies, and power projects have been put on short-term hold. What could happen next for the industry? Is this a short blip in the energy transition, or could it have long-term implications that significantly slow or even change the developments we have seen in the sector over the past decade?

    Key Takeaways:

    • Discover ways power & utility companies can increase investment in digital solutions to improve the resiliency and efficiency of their operations
    • See how oil & gas companies can increase investment in renewable energy to de-risk from dependence on oil & gas
    • Understand the quick recovery of decentralized energy resources as battery energy storage continues its move to center stage
    • Identify alternative business models to support the deployment of renewable energy
  • The Expansion of iGaming in North America:  What Might the Future Hold?
    The Expansion of iGaming in North America: What Might the Future Hold?
    Frank Donaghue, Of Counsel with McNees Wallace & Nurick Recorded: May 7 2020 67 mins
    Since iGaming was legalized in North America several years ago, only a few jurisdictions are currently benefiting from taxable revenues resulting from online casino gaming as the novel coronavirus has brought the rest of the industry to a standstill. As such, much speculation exists about whether the current industry shutdown will result in a renewed effort to legalize online gaming in states where there hasn’t been interest or encourage jurisdictions with pending legislation to speed up the approval process.

    Featuring regulatory and operational experts, this webinar explores iGaming expansion, technology, revenue potentials, regulatory concerns and what role it may play in the recovery of gaming.

    Moderated by Frank Donaghue, Of Counsel with McNees Wallace & Nurick, the panelists include:

    • Edward Bedrosian, Jr., Partner, Orrick
    • Kevin Mullally, Vice-President of Government Relations and General Counsel, Gaming Laboratories International (GLI)
    • R. Douglas Sherman, Chief Counsel, Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board
    • Kent Young, Chief Executive Officer, Spin Games

    This session is part of IAGA's free webinar series focusing on critical issues facing global gaming. Developed in conjunction with the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) International Center for Gaming Regulation (ICGR), the UNLV International Gaming Institute (IGI), the UNLV William S. Boyd School of Law, Gaming Laboratories International (GLI) and Ernst & Young, and is made possible by Casino International.
  • Data Analytics Tools For Engineering Research
    Data Analytics Tools For Engineering Research
    Chris Cogswell, PhD, Customer Consultant Engineering Recorded: Apr 23 2020 59 mins
    This webinar will discuss how to use Elsevier’s Engineering tools to promote overall understanding of the existing literature and spaces where gaps exist, as well as improving knowledge of the underlying science required for valuable contribution in the lab.

    Specific topics will include:
    • Utilizing faceted search strategies to begin a broad literature overview
    • Numeric filtering for very detailed application searches
    • Finding material and property data quickly using the tools ‘Knovel’ and ‘Engineering Village’.
  • Manage Your Vendor Panels Like a Champ with Collateral360
    Manage Your Vendor Panels Like a Champ with Collateral360
    EDR/LightBox's Al Gabberty & Matt DeVoe Recorded: Apr 23 2020 41 mins
    Collateral360’s Vendor Scoring and Invoicing

    Understanding the performance of your various vendor panels including appraisers, environmental consultants, construction/engineering and others is not only a prudent practice, but also a regulation under FIRREA.

    While most lenders use some type of system to grade vendor performance such as quality and on time delivery, the limited flexibility of the scoring tools drive many to go through the motions to simply satisfy compliance efforts. Few are capturing meaningful data and leveraging it to drive decision making. Until now.

    This complimentary Product Spotlight will focus on Collateral360’s new vendor scorecards feature that allows you to create scorecards for multiple service types including appraisal, environmental, engineering, etc. or to capture details specific to loan or property type.

    We’ll also be reviewing enhancements to the platform’s invoicing feature that allows you to create multiple invoice templates by service type or other, define formatting parameters, and even include your brand logo.
  • Staff Safely in the Era of ‘Social Distancing’ with JobStack
    Staff Safely in the Era of ‘Social Distancing’ with JobStack
    Rick Betori, SVP Operations and Innovation and Nichole Knight, JobStack Business Product Manager Recorded: Apr 22 2020 40 mins
    At PeopleReady, the health and safety of all our stakeholders is our top priority. That’s why we encourage you now more than ever to take advantage of our mobile app, JobStack, which allows you to safely access the workers you need digitally, 24/7.
    JobStack, has over 50,000 qualified workers looking for jobs daily and fills a job every 9 seconds –giving you the agility to get your team together when emergencies pop up.

    In this webinar Rick Betori, SVP Operations and Innovation and Nichole Knight, JobStack Business Product Manager, will demonstrate how JobStack can help eliminate the amount of physical touch points needed in the staffing process; and how it can help to alleviate some of the challenges you may be experiencing today, including:
    •Urgent staffing needs that come up outside the traditional 9-5
    •Having trust in the on-demand workers coming for your shifts and knowing they are healthy
    •Not wanting to have to deal with the exchanging of paperwork
    •Wanting the convenience and safety of using an app, but still needing top notch support

    Register below to join us on April 22nd at 12 PM CT to learn more about how you can staff safely and smartly with JobStack.
  • Assessing Smart Building Intelligence to Deliver Value, Optimized Operations
    Assessing Smart Building Intelligence to Deliver Value, Optimized Operations
    Brian Davis, Corning - Salla Palos, Microsoft -- Luke Lucas, T-Mobile Recorded: Apr 16 2020 62 mins
    The industry is rapidly evolving as commercial real estate developers and building owners strive to construct smarter buildings where building systems converge and communicate over a unified IP-based infrastructure, enabling system integration that drives advanced automation for efficiency, optimized operations and enhanced occupant experiences. The implementation of 5G, edge data centers and broadband IoT connectivity, combined with new advancements in sensor technology, data analytics and artificial intelligence (AI) now enable buildings to become more intelligent and valuable than ever, creating the critical foundation of larger smart cities and communities. But when it comes to investment strategy, planning, designing and deploying an entire smart building ecosystem, how do key stakeholders know they are making the right decisions for maximum building intelligence and sustainability that the future demands?
  • Self-Exclusion Registries - Is there a path forward?
    Self-Exclusion Registries - Is there a path forward?
    Dr. Russell Sanna, Ph.D., Executive Director, International Center for Responsible Gaming Recorded: Apr 8 2020 73 mins
    Does self-exclusion, as a responsible gaming measure, actually work – how and for whom? This webinar will explore the potential to rationalize self-exclusion programs in the US from the perspective of stakeholders including, regulators, operators, researchers and advocates for those affected by disorder gambling and will explore what this situation means for policy makers, researchers and gambling consumers as well as looking at nascent efforts to develop multi-jurisdictional and multi-gaming venue self-exclusion registries.

    The panelists include:
    •Laura McAllister Cox, Vice President of Regulatory Compliance and Legal Counsel for Rush Street Gaming
    •Elizabeth Lanza, Director - Office of Compulsive and Problem Gambling, Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board
    •Sarah E. Nelson, Ph.D., Director of Research - Division on Addiction, Cambridge Health Alliance, Harvard Medical School

    This session is part of IAGA's free webinar series focusing on critical issues facing global gaming. Developed in conjunction with the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) International Center for Gaming Regulation (ICGR), the UNLV International Gaming Institute (IGI), the UNLV William S. Boyd School of Law, Gaming Laboratories International (GLI) and Ernst & Young, and is made possible by Casino International.
  • Building Operational Technology Cyber Security Resilience For Your Facility
    Building Operational Technology Cyber Security Resilience For Your Facility
    Mirel Sehic, Global Director Cybersecurity, Honeywell & James McHale, CEO of Memoori Research Recorded: Apr 6 2020 60 mins
    While there is a heightened level of security awareness around information technology (IT), Operational Technology (OT) remains a weak link for organizations that is worryingly undefended against cybercrimes. As built environments are becoming increasingly ‘smart’, in large part due to the roll-out of Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity, cybersecurity strategies should be built-in and deployed across the entire organization.

    Join Honeywell and Memoori, for this webinar focused on how to improve your company’s OT cybersecurity strategy.
  • Inspired Virtual Sports Filling the Live Sports Gap
    Inspired Virtual Sports Filling the Live Sports Gap
    Jon Bruford, Managing Editor, Casino International Recorded: Mar 31 2020 41 mins
    Join Casino International and Inspired Entertainment at 5.00pm (BST) this Tuesday, March 31st as we explore how operators are using Virtual Sports to fill the live sport gap and the growing online and mobile demand for Inspired trusted and premium Virtual content.

    Joined by Steve Rogers, Chief Commercial Officer of Virtual Sports at Inspired.

    Inspired is the only provider of American football, with V-Play NFLA Legends Football, an NFLA (NFL Alumni) officially licensed product that brings all-time favourite NFL legends back to the field. Inspired's V-Play Basketball has been one of the best-performing Virtual Sports online since its launch in 2019, offering an ultra-realistic basketball experience, and featuring betting markets that are popular with live basketball. V-Play Soccer 3 is the latest addition to Inspired’s most popular Virtual Sports series of all time. It sets a new standard for the industry, including more goals per event than any other game, the option to pick women's teams, and the first Virtual Soccer product to feature markets for individual goal scorers in the match. Inspired’s V-Play Plug & Play solution, a complete end-to-end online scheduled virtual sportsbook product allows operators to offer Inspired’s award-winning scheduled Virtuals with minimal effort was developed to support the online and mobile Virtual demand.

    Watch the webinar in full to learn more about Inspired’s Virtual Sports Offering and how you can fill your content gaps.
  • Advanced Reporting with Collateral360
    Advanced Reporting with Collateral360
    EDR/LightBox's Al Gabberty & Matt DeVoe Recorded: Feb 20 2020 59 mins
    EDR/LightBox is excited to announce a new, advanced reporting module to Collateral360 that is designed to give you the information you need to drive critical business decisions. This new tool allows for greater report functionality including the ability to group common elements, add calculations to any report, and plot data on a comprehensive graph or chart.

    Join this product spotlight when Al Gabberty and Matt DeVoe will demonstrate this powerful new feature.
  • Privacy - Are you up to Speed?
    Privacy - Are you up to Speed?
    Jeremy Kimber Director, Global Commercial Video, Honeywell Commercial Security Recorded: Feb 3 2020 64 mins
    A discussion on the implications for security systems on privacy regulations

    Do you know your responsibilities in relation to privacy regulations and security systems? How can you stay up to date with the changes to GDPR regulations in your region and in your role as a security professional?

    In this webinar, we will explore how some of the changes and implications to the GDPR regulations will affect security systems and help you better understand your responsibilities when managing physical security solutions and resulting data.

    Who Should Attend:
    This webinar is intended for all security professionals whether specifying, installing security systems or as an end user with responsibility managing security systems for your organization locally or globally.

    What You Will Learn:

    Implications of some of the latest changes impacting GDPR and security systems in Europe and North America and Some of the responsibilities security professionals should be aware of in their role
  • Understanding ASTM’s New Building Energy Assessment Standard E3224-19
    Understanding ASTM’s New Building Energy Assessment Standard E3224-19
    Anthony Buonicore, P.E., Chair, ASTM Building Energy Performance Task Group Recorded: Jan 29 2020 60 mins
    Sound business considerations, combined with growing regulatory requirements and focus, are driving commercial real estate investors and lenders to include an assessment of building energy performance in the property condition assessment (PCA) that is conducted as part of the property due diligence process prior to the transaction's closing.

    Newly published ASTM E3224-19, Building Energy Performance and Improvement Evaluation (referred to as the “BEPIE”), aims to address this growing need for assessing building energy performance. Its purpose is to identify if a building is under-performing compared to peers, and if so, identify possible measures that might improve energy performance and/or cost. The overall objective is to evaluate what it might take to achieve parity with peer buildings in the area. E3224 is specifically designed to be used in conjunction with ASTM E2018 for property condition assessment. As such, it will become more and more likely that a PCA consultant will be asked to include an assessment of the building’s energy performance.

    Join this webinar when Anthony Buonicore, P.E., Chair, ASTM Building Energy Performance Task Group, will cover the background for E3224, its practical application as part of a PCA, and the opportunity it offers firms who are able to include energy assessments into their scopes of work.

    What You’ll Learn:

    • The regulatory and business driving forces behind building’s energy
    performance assessment
    • The steps in conducting a BEPIE pre-acquisition screening
    assessment
    • The data requirements for a BEPIE
    • How BEPIE results can be integrated into a PCA
    • Why this is a new business opportunity for property due diligence
    consultants
    • The benefit to commercial real estate owners, investors and lenders
  • Are your physical sites secure?
    Are your physical sites secure?
    Aaron Barbe Recorded: Dec 2 2019 48 mins
    Are your old technology access credentials making your site vulnerable?

    Aaron is the Devices & Tools Offering Leader for Honeywell’s access control and intrusion detection commercial security portfolio. He has more than 12 years of experience with Honeywell including 6 years in offering management along with previous roles in integrated supply chain, finance & strategic planning. Aaron graduated in 2002 from the University of Tennessee with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering and in 2006 with Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering and Master in Business Administration degrees.

    Who Should Attend:
    This webinar is intended for those who specify, design or purchase access and identity management solutions to address security and other business issues.

    What You Will Learn:

    The latest developments in credential technologies and what solutions are available today
    The dangers and vulnerabilities your sites face using older, less secure credential technologies
    How to choose the right technologies to fit your business needs
  • Update on Commercial Evaluations
    Update on Commercial Evaluations
    LCS’s Sr Vice President of Valuation Services Eric Roeder; EDR Marketing Manager Gary Kulik Recorded: Nov 14 2019 34 mins
    Over the past two years, there has been a wave of regulatory changes around the use of evaluations for valuing real estate. It started in March 2017 with a joint letter to congress issued by the Federal Financial Institutions Examination requesting a review of the threshold, and there have been several changes since, with the banking regulators, credit union administration, and Small Business Administration all coming out with new rules.
    What next? Join this complimentary webcast where EDR and our partner, LCS’s Sr Vice President of Valuation Services Eric Roeder, will discuss the latest rules governing the use of evaluations, as well as LCS evaluations services available in Collateral360.
    LCS commercial evaluations provide a cost effective, fast and accurate means of determining value. In addition to a thorough review of the new regulations, we'll review the LCS evaluation reports.
  • Recorded Webinar- Driving Safer and More Efficient Airside Operations with IoT
    Recorded Webinar- Driving Safer and More Efficient Airside Operations with IoT
    Raghu Seelamonthula - Principal Sales Representative Recorded: Nov 1 2019 58 mins
    Airports are among the most heavily trafficked establishments, with travel expected to continue to increase. As airports work to accommodate more travellers — all while adhering to the latest industry standards — doing so efficiently becomes more difficult. Fortunately, technology and developments in the Internet of Things (IoT) are helping to mitigate these challenges. From this webinar find out how IoT is allowing airports to be able to stay focused on their core mission of getting passengers where they need to be, safely and on time - while enabling great experiences in the process
  • Pt 2: LPWAN: Ready to Take Connectivity's Center Stage?
    Pt 2: LPWAN: Ready to Take Connectivity's Center Stage?
    Ed Maguire, Principal Partner, Momenta Partners Recorded: Oct 17 2019 60 mins
    In Part 1 of our LPWAN series, we explored low power wide area networks, and here in Part 2 of our discussion on LPWAN, we will discuss if this technology is the best option. With the expansion of IoT’s promise of millions of connected devices, Low Power, Wide Area Networks (LPWAN) solutions are becoming critical to allowing those networks to coalesce and expand, absent of power constraints and latency issues.

    According to some research, the LPWAN market, valued at over $1 billion in 2015, could grow to $30 billion by 2023, growing at 90% CAGR over the forecast period.

    The LPWAN market is a competitive landscape in terms of connectivity solutions. This webinar will explore the possibilities of Low Power, Wide Area Networks (LPWAN), where it sits among its competitors in connectivity and the types of vertical applications it is being used for. We took a look at some interesting use cases for LPWAN technologies and evaluated the key barriers our panelists are currently seeing that inhibit the connectivity marketplace to scale.

    We will discuss: 
    - The current market landscape
    - The different types of LPWAN technologies
    - How this technologies solve unique problems 
    - How to incorporate LPWAN technologies into your business
    - Tips and pointers for LPWAN success
  • Pt. 1: Connecting the World at Large: Exploring LPWA Technology & Opportunities
    Pt. 1: Connecting the World at Large: Exploring LPWA Technology & Opportunities
    Ed Maguire, Principal Partner, Momenta Partners Recorded: Oct 10 2019 64 mins
    In Part 1 of our conversation on LPWA technology, we delve into introducing what Low Power Wide Area network technologies are. They enable low power communications over a large area, typically at low bit rates. With billions of sensors capturing data from the physical world, there’s growing need to transmit data from remote locations that are not connected to power sources. The family of LPWA network technologies including LoRa, NB-IOT, and others are perfectly suited to support new use cases in agriculture, transportation, smart spaces, supply chain, manufacturing and many other areas. 

    The reality is that there is not one solution but rather a variety of low-power, wide area network technologies that take many shapes and forms. It follows that there are various criteria that need to be considered before a business should invest into a LPWA network structure. 

    In this webinar we will take a look at:
    - The current market landscape
    - The different types of LPWA network technologies
    - How this technology solve unique problems in the field
    - How LPWA network technologies are integrated into business
    - Tips and pointers for LPWA network success
  • Powering Projects: The Technologies and Tools That Push Productivity
    Powering Projects: The Technologies and Tools That Push Productivity
    Lenovo Recorded: Sep 30 2019 39 mins
    Power, speed, and leveraging mobility are critical to the success of any construction project. The advent and adoption of Building Information Modeling (BIM) has led significant Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) sector change during the past 5 to 10 years. A decade ago, architects, engineers, and construction managers were more deskbound. Today, many firms reconfigure teams based on projects. Consequently, office spaces have adapted to these needs and hardware has followed suit. Project team members are expected to move fluidly from their desks, to their client’s office, to the job site. Mobile workstations have emerged that offer desktop performance in a smaller and lighter form factor.

    Join us for this free webinar, which will explore current and emerging technology that works to make every aspect of project workflow more efficient. Our expert panelists are Richard Panos, AIA, CCM, Director of Construction Management in the Southern California office of Anser Advisory, and Chris Ruffo, Worldwide Segment Manager: Architecture, Engineering & Product Development, Lenovo.

    The discussion will cover:
    •How technology and mobility have affected workflows during the past decade.
    •Recent software and app developments that aid in productivity.
    •The increasing power and capabilities of workstations and mobile computing.
    •In-office and mobile workstation station configurations.
    •Coming technology innovations.
  • Mid-Year Market Recap: What’s in Store for the 2nd Half of 2019?
    Mid-Year Market Recap: What’s in Store for the 2nd Half of 2019?
    Dianne Crocker, Principal Analyst, EDR Recorded: Jul 30 2019 39 mins
    The last two years have been strong ones for the commercial real estate market—and by extension, for the U.S. Phase I ESA market. For a number of key reasons, 2019 is writing a different story. Market fundamentals are still strong but mid-year market barometers paint a picture of slowing growth. Tune in to this market recap to find out what you can expect in the second half of the year.

    Speaker Dianne Crocker, principal analyst at EDR, will drill down into the mid-year market stats from the ScoreKeeper model to take the pulse of the U.S. Phase I ESA market and highlight how the hot spots for CRE investment are driving the high-growth markets for environmental due diligence. Crocker will also cover the latest intel on the market forecast and the greatest risks facing commercial real estate over the near-term.

    While you catch up on your summer reading and enjoy some R&R, take a break to tune it for a quick snapshot of the market and what to expect in the second half.
  • Top 5 Podcasts: From Genesis to IoT Big Bang: A Conversation with Rick Bullotta
    Top 5 Podcasts: From Genesis to IoT Big Bang: A Conversation with Rick Bullotta
    Ed Maguire, Principal Partner, Momenta Partners & Rick Bullotta, Technologist and Founder of ThingWorx and Lighthammer Recorded: Jul 23 2019 60 mins
    Rick Bullotta founded two companies that have been pivotal in the development of Connected Industry: Lighthammer (acquired by SAP in 2005) and Thingworx (acquired by PTC in 2014) and he is now an adviser to Microsoft Azure IoT. Rick is a passionate advocate of new technologies and innovation, and enjoys the disclaimer that “80% is fact and 20% is BS - and I don’t know which is which”.

    Our conversation explores his personal background in industrial technology, and how the insights gained from his experiences at Wonderware helped shape the vision for the companies he started. Exploring the genesis of Lighthammer and Thingworx, the discussion touches on why blue-collar tasks benefit from an IT-driven “multiplier effect”, how innovation comes from empowered customers, and how simple visibility can kick-start profound changes in industrial businesses. Other topics covered include the market landscape around IoT platforms, potential of AI and machine learning, the possibilities and pitfalls around blockchain and the future of Connected Industry.

    Areas of particular interest in technology include meta-sensing technologies around drones and robotics, simplifying the last foot of connectivity, 5G technologies and a company called Waveio.ai that seeks create events and alerting without relying on audio.
  • Digital Oilfield Wellsite Automation – What You Need to Know Now
    Digital Oilfield Wellsite Automation – What You Need to Know Now
    Chirag Rathi, Consulting Director, Energy & Environment, Frost & Sullivan Recorded: Jul 11 2019 29 mins
    The Oil & Gas industry is going through a costly war, and the weapon of choice is innovation for all operators. Wellsite operation is a key area of CAPEX and OPEX and also one of the most workforce-intensive. However, wellsite operations are quickly evolving as operators embrace the “digital oilfield age.” New technologies such as the Internet of Things/Internet of Everything, predictive analytics, cloud, and profit insights from Big Data are provided operational efficiency opportunities but offer a new set of challenges as well.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Gain insight into the top operational pain points and how they are driving investment priorities.
    • Learn about process control technology advances, including surveillance, analysis, and optimization, and how the Oil & Gas industry can benefit
    • Identify innovation that can easily be leveraged to improve wellsite automation
  • Operational Technology - Building Cyber Resilience
    Operational Technology - Building Cyber Resilience
    Mirel Sehic - Global Director Cybersecurity and Adam Green - ANZ Cybersecurity Leader Recorded: Jul 9 2019 47 mins
    Historically Operational Technology (OT) systems have been kept separated, and having this disconnect had been considered a good security measure, however this is often no longer operationally feasible in today's connected world, and a lack of real-time visibility and monitoring of OT environments can have the opposite effect. Across all industries, including smart cities, connected buildings, and critical infrastructure, there is a rise of connectivity, smart devices, and analytics to deliver additional insights, essential cost savings and operational efficiencies. This evolution will continue to be embraced as organisations seek out increased efficiencies and compete in a more global landscape, which makes it important that Cybersecurity across the entire organisation, including OT, is a built-in consideration, and not a blocker to innovation.

    Join us to learn from our experts how you can improve your organisations OT cyber strategy, prevent potential gaps and develop a mindset of continuous cyber improvement.
  • Emerging Technologies & IoT: How AI, AR and Blockchain Are Shaping The Future
    Emerging Technologies & IoT: How AI, AR and Blockchain Are Shaping The Future
    Ed Maguire, Principal Partner, Momenta Partners Recorded: Jul 5 2019 57 mins
    When it comes to innovation, we've arguably seen more technological advancements over the last ten years than at any other point in time. Technology as we know it is changing before our eyes. We see the merging of the digital and physical worlds through technologies such as augmented reality; artificial intelligence enables computers to think faster than humans, and blockchain technology is considered by many to be the greatest technological innovation since the internet.

    More importantly, we're not only seeing new technologies but the convergence and intersection of multiple technologies as they extend and create new capabilities through their collaboration. The era of combinatorial innovation is upon us, and the combined impact of augmented reality, artificial intelligence, blockchain and other technologies on Connected Industry will be unprecedented.

    This webinar provides an opportunity to explore and consider the applications of new technologies as they related to IoT and Connected Industry.

    We'll take a look at:

    - The current status of AI, AR, blockchain and distributed ledger technologies and their role in empowering Connected Industry
    - Benefits and risks of evolution
    - Use cases across multiple industries
    - Future timelines and predictions
  • Challenges in Fire Detection in Data Centres
    Challenges in Fire Detection in Data Centres
    Jim Thompson May 26 2020 9:00 am UTC 90 mins
    An introduction to the challenges and solutions to smoke detection in electronic areas as guided by BS6266.
    This seminar is CIBSE accredited.
  • Agile Wireless Fire Detection and Alarm
    Agile Wireless Fire Detection and Alarm
    Mick Bull May 27 2020 9:00 am UTC 90 mins
    The Agile™ Wireless Fire Detection System is a platform of wireless fire devices suitable for all applications where wired fire devices cannot be installed for economic or aesthetic reasons. Agile is powered by robust MESH network technology providing redundant communication paths to each wireless device. This makes the network highly reliable, protecting against broken communication links. All operations for the design, configuration and diagnostics of the systems are greatly simplified thanks to the AgileIQ™ software suite specifically designed to support AGILE through out the whole life cycle of the product.
  • Introducing ONYXWorks 4 from NOTIFIER by Honeywell
    Introducing ONYXWorks 4 from NOTIFIER by Honeywell
    Andrew Baldwin May 28 2020 9:00 am UTC 90 mins
    Introducing ONYXWorks 4, a Graphical User Interface for centralized monitoring and control of NOTIFIER fire systems. With access to floor plans and the location of all life safety devices, staff can rapidly pinpoint and respond to alarm events.
    A powerful, versatile platform for life safety management, version 4 features a single, streamlined configuration tool, along with enhanced flexibility and intuitive displays.
  • System Sensor Detection from Morley-IAS
    System Sensor Detection from Morley-IAS
    Mark Piert Jun 2 2020 9:00 am UTC 90 mins
    System Sensor is the world’s largest manufacturer of intelligent and conventional detection devices for commercial fire & security applications, with 20 million devices shipped annually across the world.
    Here in the UK, the benefits of System Sensor's portfolio for advanced detection are not widely known; Find out about System Sensors's fast, reliable, intelligent detection from ASD, Beams, Wireless and Addressable devices to a comprehensive range of Conventional devices.
  • Resiliencia de Ciberseguridad OT en Edificios
    Resiliencia de Ciberseguridad OT en Edificios
    Ruben Moreno Diaz; Carlos Ivan Conde Martin Jun 3 2020 1:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Históricamente los sistemas OT (Operational Technology) se han mantenido separados o aislados, considerando esta “desconexión” como una buena medida de seguridad, sin embargo esta opción ha dejado de ser viable en nuestro mundo conectado y la falta de visibilidad y monitorización de este tipo de entornos tiene el efecto contrario desde el punto de vista de ciberseguridad.
    Únete a nuestro próximo webinar para aprender con nuestros expertos en ciberseguridad OT cómo mejorar la estrategia organizativa, evitar potenciales brechas de seguridad y desarrollar una mentalidad de mejora continua de ciberseguridad.
  • Gambling in the socially distant future – what will be the “new normal”?
    Gambling in the socially distant future – what will be the “new normal”?
    Dan Waugh, Jon Duffy, Travis Foley, Sandra Douglass Morgan, Rui Pinto Proença, Ellen Whittem Jun 3 2020 3:00 pm UTC 90 mins
    From Macau to London to Las Vegas, the gaming industry is slowly emerging from an unprecedented global shutdown. As each jurisdiction takes conservative steps towards reopening their gaming facilities for business, taking into consideration new mandates requiring social distancing and other health and safety precautions for both patrons and employees, we are all wondering how the industry will adapt its services to provide the gambling experience customers expect in a safe environment. Featuring a panel of industry experts from around the world, this webinar will explore the challenges, hurdles and opportunities that the industry is facing and what the short and long-term lasting impacts on gaming operations and the industry as a whole might be.

    Moderated by Dan Waugh, a Partner with Regulus Partners, the panelists will be:
    · Jon Duffy, Senior Vice President, Corporate Assurance & Regulatory Affairs, Genting UK
    · Travis Foley, Chief Operations Officer & Executive Vice President, Operations, BMM Testlabs
    · Sandra Douglass Morgan, Chairwoman, Nevada Gaming Control Board
    · Rui Pinto Proença, Managing Partner, MdME Lawyers
    · Ellen Whittemore, Executive Vice President & General Counsel, Wynn Resorts
  • What's Next for NOTIFIER?  CONNECT. PROTECT. INSPIRE.
    What's Next for NOTIFIER? CONNECT. PROTECT. INSPIRE.
    Tom Leightley Jun 4 2020 9:00 am UTC 90 mins
    INSPIRE, the Next Generation of Connected Fire Safety Systems. This webinar provides a short introduction to the latest product development from NOTIFIER by Honeywell.
    INSPIRE is a ground breaking new Connected Fire Alarm Control platform designed around years of customer feedback and integrated with Honeywell's powerful cloud based connectivity tools.
  • Countdown to Compliance: NFPA 652: Fundamentals of Combustible Dust
    Countdown to Compliance: NFPA 652: Fundamentals of Combustible Dust
    Ron Melucci, P.E. Jun 11 2020 2:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Explosion hazards exist in many industrial processes involving powders and other fine particulate that can form when the dusts become suspended in air.

    The degree of hazard is affected by many variables such as particle size, moisture content, concentration of dust in the cloud and ignition-source energy.

    The foremost industry guidance for preventing and mitigating these explosions are the NFPA standards:
    - NFPA 652: Standard on the Fundamentals of Combustible Dust
    - NFPA 654 Standard for the Prevention of Fire and Dust Explosions from the Manufacturing, Processing, and Handling of Combustible Particulate Solids

    This webinar will highlight the requirements and guidelines, including recent changes to NFPA 652 that mandate "Dust Hazard Assessment (DHA)" for all facilities, existing and new.


    This Webinar will benefit:
    - Anyone involved with industrial safety, especially involving manufacture, process, blend, conveying, generating, and/or handling of combustible dusts or combustible particulate solids.
    - Includes industries such as chemical processing and manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, food, plastic, rubber, metals, textiles, wood, paper and agrochemicals.


    Learning Objectives:
    * Understanding the key requirements of the applicable NFPA standards
    * Understanding the Dust Hazard Assessment (DHA) requirements and methodology
    * Understanding practical risk mitigation/improvements that can be made based on the requirements of NFPA 652.


    Speaker:
    Ronald Melucci, P.E. is a Technical Manager in the Fire Protection and Risk Services Division of Engineering Planning and management (EPM), Inc.

    He is a fire protection engineer with 25 years of consulting experience, has published many technical articles and papers and is a regular speaker on various fire protection and process safety topics.

    Since 1980, EPM has been a world leader in nuclear and industrial safety specializing in fire protection, code consulting and chemical process safety.
  • Honeywell Forge Digitized Maintenance
    Honeywell Forge Digitized Maintenance
    John Smith, Senior Offering Management Lead, Honeywell Jun 15 2020 6:30 am UTC 30 mins
    Digitized Maintenance helps operators to achieve better building performance at lower risk by providing visibility to maintenance requirements prior to equipment failure. This solution delivers operating efficiencies of 5-24% on average by reducing maintenance, saving energy, and extending equipment life and is designed to drive the transformation from reactive and planned to proactive maintenance.
  • Crisis readiness is the new normal - Healthcare Panel
    Crisis readiness is the new normal - Healthcare Panel
    David S Grant - Global Vertical Marketing Director, Honeywell + More TBC Jun 15 2020 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Join us as for a live panel session where we will have an open discussion with critical healthcare facilities who were able to be agile and innovative to identify their site’s strengths, challenges and discuss the changes that were needed to deal with the new normal in their facilities.
  • Honeywell Turnaround Manager - Honeywell Airports
    Honeywell Turnaround Manager - Honeywell Airports
    Gert Taeymans, Growth Sales Leader, Honeywell Airports Business Jun 16 2020 5:00 am UTC 30 mins
    By unifying air and ground traffic control, airport operations and maintenance with predictive performance analysis, Honeywell offers a true, end-to-end airport management solution.

    Honeywell NAVITAS™ Gate and Turnaround Solution comprises of two main components:

    1. The Advanced Visual Docking Guidance System (A-VDGS)
    2. The Turnaround Manager (TMAN), enabled by a software platform which provides the integration between gate systems, Airport Operations Database, and Advanced Visual Docking Guidance Systems.
  • Preparing for the new normal in airports
    Preparing for the new normal in airports
    Himanshu Khurana, David Rausch & Gert Taeymans Jun 16 2020 10:00 am UTC 60 mins
    Preparing for the new normal in airports: The global coronavirus outbreak has created an increasing number of challenges to individuals, communities and companies while strongly impacting travel, transportation and healthcare.

    While some governments across the globe announced stimuli packages, the aviation industry is still working to determine how the current health crisis will reshape the sector.

    Join Himanshu Khurana, Chief Technology Officer, Honeywell Building Solutions, David Rausch, Critical Environment Specialist Healthcare and Research Markets, Phoenix Controls & Gert Taeymans, Senior Sales Manager Europe, Honeywell Airports Business for this webinar with International Airport Review, where experts will discuss specific solutions that enable airports to prepare for what can be expected to be the new normal, in a post COVID-19 world.
  • Healthy Building C Level Roundtable
    Healthy Building C Level Roundtable
    Karl Mahoney - GM Americas Service, Peter Fehl - President BMS, Valentin Neagu - Chief Asset Management Officer - Globalworth Jun 16 2020 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    How are companies navigating this difficult environment, especially in the next few weeks as the restrictions are loosened? How do they plan to restart and rebuild? and how can building occupants be motivated to return to work and reassured about their safety? How quickly will demand return? What will health and safety stipulations mean for the organization of the building and business operations? How will technology play a part in the day to day operations?
  • Healthy Buildings and Occupant Reassurance
    Healthy Buildings and Occupant Reassurance
    Himanshu Khurana, CTO, Honweywell Building Solutions Jun 16 2020 8:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    As we move into the next phase of the current COVID-19 environment, how do companies get their employees, occupants or customers back into buildings? Join us as we discuss this topic with some of our key customers.
  • The journey to a cognitive campus at the Australian National Maritime Museum
    The journey to a cognitive campus at the Australian National Maritime Museum
    Rene Hernandez, Craig White, Sabrina Venish,Jerald Skuta Jun 17 2020 4:00 am UTC 60 mins
    Join this session to learn how the Iconic Australian National Maritime Museum based in Sydney is progressing on their journey to become a cognitive campus, as we review of how IoT is being implemented through collaboration at the museum to achieve this.
  • Honeywell Forge Energy Optimization
    Honeywell Forge Energy Optimization
    Gernot Gadow, Senior Offering Management Lead, Honeywell Jun 17 2020 5:15 am UTC 30 mins
    Energy Optimization is a closed-loop, machine learning solution that continuously studies a building’s energy consumption patterns and automatically adjusts to optimal energy saving settings without compromising occupant comfort levels. To date, Energy Optimization customers have experienced HVAC energy savings of between 6% and 39%, with typical savings of 23% annually.
  • Operational Sustainability and the need for Cost Optimization
    Operational Sustainability and the need for Cost Optimization
    Deborah Learoyd - Global Director of Offering Management + More TBC Jun 17 2020 1:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    With the far reaching economic impact of COVID 19 , building owners are looking to drive operational sustainability. Join us for this discussion with our customers how they are driving operational sustainability in their facilities and what they see the new normal is.
  • Preparing your Buildings for OT Cyber Resilience - Post COVID-19
    Preparing your Buildings for OT Cyber Resilience - Post COVID-19
    Mirel Sehic & Min Kyriannis Jun 18 2020 3:00 am UTC 60 mins
    Join us as we speak on how you can prepare your building for Operational Technology (OT) Cyber Resilience in a post COVID-19 World
  • Command & Control Platform for Smart Cities - Honeywell NPI
    Command & Control Platform for Smart Cities - Honeywell NPI
    Vivek Varma, Global Product Manager at Honeywell & Debasis Dash, Global Smart Cities Offering Manager at Honeywell Jun 18 2020 6:00 am UTC 30 mins
    Honeywell's smart city command control platform (CCP) is a turnkey platform for city management with out of the box intuitive applications for GIS based incident management, workforce dispatch, citizen engagement, out of the box analytics and KPIs for city systems and services. Honeywell CCP helps city administrators oversee & coordinate delivery of multiple city services to improve citizen safety, reduce traffic congestion and compliance, improve neighborhood hygiene, enhance citizen engagement & overall quality of life for citizens.
  • Developing Sustainable Groundwater Management Strategies
    Developing Sustainable Groundwater Management Strategies
    Sandra Merten Jun 24 2020 2:00 pm UTC 45 mins
    Preparing for the world’s future water resource needs is growing increasingly complex. According to the 2020 United Nations World Water Development Report, the use of water has grown 6x in the past 100 years with continual growth expected. Increased demand, plus the effects of global climate change, will stretch water resources to its max.

    Aquifers can store water, but the unintended consequences of consumption present a threat to groundwater resources. Overexploitation of groundwater resources is leading to groundwater quality deterioration and depletion, ecosystem degradation, land subsidence and seawater intrusion. Therefore, it is essential to manage groundwater resources in a sustainable way.

    In this webinar, you will learn more about how you can leverage information and data from scientific studies on groundwater resources to get an overview of the groundwater quality in your area of interest, which can support the development of sustainable groundwater management strategies.

    Sandra Merten, Senior Product Manager of Geofacets, will demonstrate how to:
    •Find published maps, tables, plots, and associated article information quickly using Geofacets to get an overview of the published data for the area of interest
    •Use maps, tables and associated information from Geofacets in Excel and ArcGIS to analyze the data and gain geospatial insights