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Smart Building Conference

Smart Building Conference

    
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10:40
  1. CC5.1

    Smart building technology is still in its infancy. If you compare our industry to typical clockface and imagine that 12 hours stands for the life of smart building technology, then we are now only somewhere between the first five and ten minutes.

    This panel, with the help of our expert audience, will discuss what's ahead.

11:20
  1. CC5.1
    PassiveLogic is the first platform for generalized autonomy. We’ve created an ecosystem of solutions that enables anyone to design, deploy, operate, and maintain their own autonomous systems. The core of this new workflow is Quantum: the digital twin standard and description language for autonomous systems. 
11:50
  1. CC5.1

    This presentation will not only cover the tech part of smart buildings, but includes related developments in construction, the integration of all the smart tools, and the smartness of sensors.

    It will also take you to the evolution from traditional BMS to today's IP-based devices and software as well as the digital workplace.

    Join us for this very complete holistic view from one of the industry's top experts

12:20
  1. CC5.1
    Short coffee break and an opportunity to chat with your fellow delegates and share the morning's insights
12:40
  1. CC5.1

    Looking forward to a future where buildings embrace state-of-the-art technology, stay secure and are demonstrably future-proof? 


    The CEO of the KNX Association talks about the future infrastructure of smart buildings and how their new technology, KNX IoT, matches up to their vision.


13:00
  1. CC5.1
    Tired of listening to airbrushed accounts of smart projects, a few years back Matthew shared with SBC what he learned from failures on his projects. 

    There was locked-out lighting, the time cool became creepy and the panic of crotch cam… 

    After such a positive response from the first presentation, Matthew will now share a new set of learnings, updating the challenges of delivering technology in the built environment.

13:20
  1. CC5.1
    Office buildings are not going away any time soon as employers understand that mentoring, learning, providing emotional support and collaboration is most effective when it happens face to face. Software such as digital twins and smart workplace apps  will help to nudge employees back to the office by making life easier while at the office. Employees can find their colleagues in real-time and understand the new workplace strategy that will constantly evolve over the coming years.
13:40
  1. CC5.1
    Given the pandemic-induced shift to flexible working, one might assume that the last thing the world needs is new office space. And recently, some businesses are using the economic uncertainty to tip the balance of power back in their favour, demanding staff return to their offices. But this is just a small interruption in the life cycle of change that has been transitioning in recent years and short term thinking. 
14:00
  1. CC5.1

    An opportunity to taste a selection of light Spanish fare and to mingle with and meet speakers, staff and delegates.

15:00
    • SBC Track 1
    CC5.1
    UDMI Schema is a pioneering philosophy to tame IoT by providing a structured, secure and well-defined methodology for connecting devices to Cloud IoT Servers. It allows the ingestion of building data in a structured and machine readable format along with comprehensive device management from a cloud platform.


    • SBC Track 2
    CC5.3
    The future of work driven by big data and the human brain
15:20
    • SBC Track 2
    CC5.3

    Achieving consensus of what a Master Systems Integrator is, what role it plays and who it can deliver for is a point of huge confusion in the market. You might know you need one, but what do you need to consider when appointing one?


    • SBC Track 1
    CC5.1
    The challenges of filling a gap in the market to truly bring together people, data and buildings: jumping the usual hurdles to save energy, add occupant-centricity, and reach your ESG goals. What does it take to build the brain that can intuitively control building functions and drive adoption? 

15:40
    • SBC Track 2
    CC5.3

    Building digitalization creates a smart ecosystem as the building generates relevant data and info-- not only for its own BMS management-- but for its occupants. The connected building can influence the occupants, encouraging better civic, corporate, and environmental  responsibilities. This occupant-centric concept inspires new national and international standards. The Spanish association AMETIC is involved (in EU as well as in Spain) in creating future building standards.

    • SBC Track 1
    CC5.1
    What is really important to the actual occupants of a Smart Building? What Story does the building have to tell?

    Tomás will examine real insights into commercial smart buildings, to discover how Facility & Real Estate Managers can use those insights to create a better Human Experience and how incorporating Artificial Intelligence can take this to the next level.
16:00
    • SBC Track 1
    CC5.1
    This presentation addresses the role of the System Integrator in smart building projects. Based on insights from real-world examples of smart building integrations, we'll explore the trends and challenges.
    • SBC Track 2
    CC5.3
    Indoor air quality is key to improving human performance and health in offices, classrooms, hospitals, as well as sport, retail, and entertainment complexes.

    What is the best way to improve indoor air quality in your facility?  We now have the technology to meaningfully improve indoor air quality through the reduction of bacterial and viral loads in your space while customers and staff are present.
16:25
    • SBC Track 1
    CC5.1

    A smart building has a number of disparate systems delivering digital outcomes for various purposes. The information across systems is in silos with many individual screens to look at. Digital Twins are composable solutions that bring together information from all systems to deliver contextual information on a single pane of glass for seamless command and control, driving down CAPEX and OPEX in asset operations.

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