Founder and CIO, Eric Hall, will present “O&M or OMG? How to stop lurching from one disaster to the next by understanding what your building is saying”
Building operations and maintenance is no utopia. Too much to do and not enough time to do it makes O&M more like a neverending series of “OMGs.” Thankfully, lessons can be learned from the folks building new buildings that FM pros can use to quit lurching from one disaster to the next and start heading off problems before they occur. Join commercial architect-turned-construction superintendent-turned-software architect, Eric Hall, for a lively session on utopian myths and actual realities of predictive maintenance and how understanding what your building is saying will return your OMGs to O&M.
Interested in speaking with him after? Contact Lauren.
Site 1001 will live demonstrations at the booth and is on a panel Wednesday!
For more information on the panel, please check here: https://site1001.com/event/ceo-to-speak-at-smart-cities-connect/
More info here: http://smartcitiesconnect.com/
Title: A 360* View of Connected Cities from Construction, Operations, Technology, and Public Perspectives
Description: It’s time to get smart about connected cities. Buildings are landmarks that make up our city’s infrastructure and where we spend most of our time. They are also responsible for much of the city’s consumption and are an ongoing, expensive cost. However, buildings are not at the top of everyone’s minds when they think of smart cities. Join industry experts to discuss how connecting smart buildings into a city’s network can provide the data necessary to make proven and optimized decisions for the entire city’s betterment. A well-rounded conversation will include: the CEO of Site 1001, a smart facilities management mobile platform spun-out from construction giant, JE Dunn; JE Dunn, builder of the most iconic building in Kansas City, the Kauffman Center; the Kauffman Center, an advocate of smart buildings’ integration into the city’s connected network; and the City of Kansas City. The value of data from day one of construction and through the operational process to make an efficient building is a topic for both new construction and existing buildings in connected cities. Join to hear more about this and other ways smart buildings can improve the health, connectivity and overall smartness of our cities from all angles.
Dennis Murphey – City of Kansas City, Chief Environmental Officer
Cleve Adams – Site 1001, Chief Executive Officer
Kyle McQuiston – JE Dunn Construction Group, VP
Bill Miller – Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, VP of Operations