Gayla Arrindell, Lisa Schwartz, Anoop Kulkarni, Mike Colburn, Paul Vanderlaan
Buildings need robust network infrastructure to become smart. A smart building network acts as the central nervous system that provides the critical connections between all the devices, sensors, systems, and occupants and allows them to communicate. Without a reliable, 24x7 available and secure network, the flow of data between the crucial functions of a building would not be possible. With the right network technology in place, the combination of building systems, including building security, HVAC, environmental sensors, lighting, and networking devices are now all be centrally orchestrated across the building’s network infrastructure. This helps building owners and managers address business objectives such as Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance (ESG) and new operational efficiencies while providing a more desirable, healthy, and enjoyable indoor environment.
This webinar will explore various elements and considerations of the smart building network infrastructure based on the technical assessment criteria developed by members of TIA for the SPIRE Smart Building Assessment and Verification Program by UL.
This includes but is not limited to:
• Cabling Infrastructure
• Wireless Coverage
• Expansion & Future Readiness
• Network Infrastructure Security
• Network Resilience