Webinar review: “The Velocity Of Workplace Innovation – Smart Buildings, Smart Cities, Infinite Data”
Thursday, April 30th, 2015
Recorded on April 30th, 2015
- Listen to the podcast of the webinar here
- Listen to the post-webinar interview here soon
IFMA FMCC Live Webinar – “The Velocity of Workplace Innovation: Smart Buildings, Smart Cities & Infinite Data”
Date: April 30th, 2015
Time: 4:00 – 5:00 PM Eastern Time Zone (USA)
As our world quickly emerges as large, urban environments, facility management professionals are challenged with integrating their buildings and workplaces into the urban fabric of Smart City initiatives. The stewardship of the digital DNA of your facilities through data-centric tools like CAD, BIM and IWMS is no longer valued just for the individual Smart Building project. The extended value is in the interconnection and interoperability of this data in the context of Smart Campuses, Smart Neighborhoods and Smart Cities, all powered by gaming technologies. Join us for a discussion that will define Smart Cities, identify Smart Buildings and provide you with best practices, lessons learned and a framework strategy for your organization.
1. Construct a solution framework to address the holistic opportunities of an interconnected world as a best practice for your organization.
2. Identify emerging technologies, standards and processes for your organization.
3. Understand the effects of culture and technology on your work processes and workplace.
4. Implement tools and services that provide practical, measured success.
Paul is the President and CEO of the digit group and is one of the global industry’s most sought after thought leaders, strategists and integrators of process, technology and business. A former member of IFMA’s Board of Directors, Paul is an architect, author, educator, analyst and advisor to Fortune 500 organizations, global government agencies, prominent institutions and the most prestigious companies in the world. Paul’s current work is focused on Smart City solutions in the USA, Europe, MENA, India, Southeast Asia and China. Concurrently, Paul is the co-founder and producer of the critically acclaimed AEC Hackathon (www.aechackathon.com) that launched at Facebook Headquarters in Silicon Valley in November 2013.