The research on Building Management Systems (BMS) in Southeast Asia provides comprehensive insights on a relatively new market for end users, solution providers and other market participants. The research highlights key market trends, competitive structure, value chain analysis, and a distribution channel overview for a fast-growing market poised to impact the way our buildings operate. It also offers strategic guidance and actionable ideas on key growth opportunities that pack maximum potential to fuel innovation, spawn innovative products and services, and drive commercial growth in the next few years.Read more >
The homes and buildings industry is full of huge opportunities for different tier-level participants. Disruptors and deeply entrenched participants are competing in terms of business models, technology-based product offerings, and price. Therefore, it is necessary for participants to understand growth opportunities, technologies transforming the industry, companies to watch, and potential business models to stay competitive in the industry. This outlook will help participants understand the dynamics of the industry while focusing on key market developments.Read more >
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How actively are California’s green buildings addressing water conservation and management? What can we do to catalyze an even greater focus on the state’s top environmental priority in these buildings? New research reveals insights from 1,300+ LEED-certified buildings in California and offers new approaches to leverage buildings as part of the solution to the current water crisis.
Sierra Business Council's Water Energy Nexus Study analyzes the potential to increase energy and water savings by improving the operational efficiency of several small to intermediate sized, Sierra foothill water agencies/districts with a focus on minimizing water losses and improving pumping efficiency.
Real estate developers, owners and tenants are rethinking the office building experience. Not only are buildings becoming increasingly efficient in in-door energy management and operations, they are also beginning to interact with the people who work within the walls, and with the out of doors environment.
This type of sentient building design is making use of increased connectivity to and in buildings, as well as the use of sensors and IoT applications. This webcast will discuss communications and connectivity infrastructure that is being deployed in and to current real estate developments; what buiding owners, operators and tenants expect; the impact smart community development is having on smart buildings; and sample smart building IoT applications.
Yann Palmore, Vice President, Smart Building Solutions, JLL
Ray Moya, COO/CTO, Argent Associates, Inc.
>> Yann Palmore helps CRE investors, owners, and operators understand how to rethink building system infrastructure to support Internet of Things (IoT) technologies and drive smart building strategies. Yann’s key responsibilities are to guide clients through a structured process that prioritizes program goals, defines specific smart building strategies, specifies appropriate technologies, and oversees program implementation.
>> Ray Moya has over 25 years of network engineering and organizational management experience. His specializations include, wireline and wireless voice and data networks, network security, software development, and finance. He has designed, engineered and installed hundreds of Fortune 500 Company and Government networks. He leads network-consulting teams in LAN/WAN, software development, wireless technologies, and Network security.
For more about the speakers, please visit: http://www.tiaonline.org/webcast-iot-and-smart-buildings-new-construct
Real-time building energy management or BEM is becoming a reality due to advancements in software control and cloud solutions. The use of IoT and subsequently ‘Internet of Everything’ in buildings will alter the competitive landscape, resulting in in new service models and customer-centric propositions. In the highly dynamic buildings industry, market participants need to:
•Understand the top five transformation trends and its implications to the industry
•Address upcoming challenges in visionary trends beyond 2020
In the commercial buildings arena, the focus is on the impact of connectivity driving efficiency. In homes, it is all about who will win the battle for the connected home customer—will it be utilities, telcos, technology companies, or someone else?
Join Frost & Sullivan for this webinar, where we will address these areas as well as many more issues shaping the 2016 Outlook for Homes & Buildings.
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Marketers are ignoring one of the most fundamental customer needs: community. Hundreds of millions has been spent on customer centricity and understanding the persona to the nth degree in order to provide 'killer customer insight'. But we have all been blind to one of the most fundamental needs in human life that only comes second to food and shelter: the need to belong.
The stuff of the human condition is to belong, to make meaning, feel secure, have order within chaos and create identity. Marketers ignore these constituent building blocks of humanity at their peril.
This webinar will explain what a branded community is, why it is fundamental for marketing now and in the future, and how to build one for your organisation.
Hear firsthand from a Nutanix customer that made the switch to web-scale converged infrastructure for their enterprise workloads.
- Real-world example addressing the cost pressures and resource constraints caused by three-tier architecture
- Learn how Langs reduced their total cost of ownership for IT infrastructure by 53%
- See how businesses can run a wide range of applications including Microsoft business apps on a single versatile platform
While the intelligent building concept has been around for well over a decade, new advancements in sensor and networking technologies have paved the way for the Internet of Things (IoT) to become a reality. More low-voltage devices than ever are now converging on a single unified physical infrastructure, providing the means to collect and exchange information between integrated building systems and combine power and control for significant capital and operational savings, improved sustainability and an overall better experience for all building users. This webinar will take a look at the evolution and benefits of intelligent buildings, the impact of IoT, and how a building’s cabling infrastructure can be leveraged to ensure maximum profitability.Read more >
Next-generation solutions for energy management are being driven by the convergence of technology and competition. Energy will never be cheap again and efficiency will stay at the heart of building management. Meanwhile, integration and connectivity are driving sustainability by allowing buildings to be managed by actionable data. This briefing will investigate the future market landscape and where future growth opportunities will come from.
Why You Should Attend:
- Hear Frost & Sullivan's vision for the future of building energy management
- Identify future competitive dynamics
- Consider future business models for success
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Do you know the Risks & Rewards of Building Information Modeling (BIM)?
BIM technology has grown in importance as the economic environment and global competition mean limited financial and human resources and tight time schedules. The benefits are significant; efficient management of resources, materials tracking, less waste, smooth transition from design team to contractors and subsequently owners... it sounds like a perfect scenario.
However, there is a danger of becoming overly reliant on BIM. Using real life examples, this webinar is designed to help you take advantage of this technology while helping you avoid or mitigate the risks.
Tune in live to hear our experts presenting a range of perspectives.
David Grigg of XL Group, will discuss liability implications and the importance of the four primary non-technical risk drivers on any BIM project. He’ll also explain the case for project shaping.
Mark Klimt of DWF will explain the different BIM levels and outline the regulations and timetable for the compulsory use of BIM for centrally procured public sector projects. Mark will also talk about the operation of the Standard Protocol for use in BIM projects and the new roles created by the Protocol.
Jacquetta Castle of DWF will outline cyber and security risk issues and will be looking at various insurance solutions together with the issues arising out of the global nature of cyber risks.
If you're tuning in from the UK, the webinar will go live at 4:30pm (GMT)
For New York, please tune in at 11:30am (EST)
To create greater competitive advantage and better customer experience, organisations need to build their digital capabilities with innovative solutions and initiatives.
WhiteSpider is an expert in Software Defined Technologies - the building blocks of a digital infrastructure - and one of Cisco's leading partners in designing and delivering Application Centric Infrastructure
In this webinar we will be looking at how Software Defined Technologies are supporting organisations as they create digital capabilities through:
1. Enabling Scalability and Agility: Be able to rapidly scale, and react quickly to the changes in business requirements.
2. Delivering intelligence: Detailed, predictive and actionable analytics
3. Developing automation: Solutions that enable orchestration and automation reducing the need for, and cost of, human intervention.
4. Promoting collaboration: Simplifying and unifying the communication between IT and Business.
We will be looking at specific examples of where WhiteSpider has enabled these capabilities through solutions we have delivered in Motor Racing, Healthcare and Manufacturing.
More and more financial institutions are partnering with FinTechs and leveraging Application Program Interfaces (APIs) to attract new prospects and to delight current consumers through unprecedented Customer Experience (CX). APIs offer a bridge between systems while paving a digital path to a connected financial ecosystem.
The institutions that are able to drive this digital transformation successfully, do not think of these capabilities as additional channels and services. Rather, these institutions understand that they must move from a vision of banking as a physical network of branches and ATMs, to a digital platform, comprising core capabilities such as account servicing and the provision of financial products that can be accessed wherever, and whenever, customers wish.
Join this webinar and learn how these institutions are building a digital banking platform with APIs.
Using many examples Ecommerce marketing specialist Kunle Campbell discusses 4 frameworks you can use to build more quality links for your ecommerce site to support organic search.Read more >
Creating a seamless connected environment that supports smart community citizen services, streamlines operations, supports economic development is already a challenge for community officials. There are many different needs and directions to begin the conversion to an “intelligent” environment. Communities are also planning and building not just for current needs, but also for future connectivity infrastructure that will be used by autonomous vehicles, smart buildings, connected homes, AR/VR, eRetail, eHealthcare, smartgrid and more.
This webcast will discuss such questions as:
> What issues are city officials prioritizing for resolution through smart community applications?
> How are communities planning for and deploying small cell infrastructure?
> Which departments are involved in communications infrastructure?
> How can suppliers navigate the multiple departments involved in decision making?
> What business models are cities negotiating with their technology product partners?
> What are some of the lessons learned from cities that you can translate into your own business offering?
Jascha Franklin-Hodge, CIO, Boston, MA
Kate Garman,Smart City Coordinator, Seattle, WA
Peter Marx, former CTO, City of Los Angeles, currently in the position of VP, GE Digital
Join us on September 20th to learn how intelligence can be used to improve your building and overall business. Hear from Procurement and IT managers at Liberty Hardware as they share their experiences on transforming their facility with networked lighting.Read more >
Is your engineering team wasting time building a solution to sell your product, rather than actually building your product?
Can your customers search your solutions, educate themselves on value, launch cloud trials, request POCs and purchase directly from you?
In this webinar you will learn:
* How multi-tier marketplaces help ISVs, MSPs and resellers expand their markets and streamline operations
* Best practices for building your white-label marketplace
* How your white-label marketplace translates into profit
* Why multi-cloud commerce is the way of the future
In addition, we will deliver a live demo of setting up and running a cloud marketplace and take questions from the webinar audience.