Born Smart: Assets & FM, the foundational start to smart buildings
Representatives from Kahua, Gilbane Building Company and Site 1001 will describe how appropriate asset management is the true starting point to get to a smarter building from the perspectives of building, operating and managing today’s buildings. Attendees will hear how advances in technology and methodology allow stakeholders to not only deliver high performance capital assets at the lowest possible cost, but achieve understanding and visibility to asset performance in real-time. Panelists will present real world steps on making buildings smarter by starting with technology reshaping asset health and carried out by an FM team.
Lead by: Randy Smith
Director – Gilbane FM Services, Gilbane Building Company
New IO&T devices and systems are bombarding the FM marketplace. This tech will enable old buildings and equipment to tell you when they are having problems, improving maintenance and operational efficiencies. But I want to give my team one system to access all this info. How can I centralize the data from the various IO&T devices and systems into my existing FM system? This will be a demonstration of how we integrated several IO&T systems with an existing FM application. It may provide you some ideas on how to make your existing FM software system more effective.
Site 1001’s Customer Experience Manager, April Buckley, to join panel.
Curbing Waste in the Kitchen: The Path to Sustainability
Today’s modern tribal casinos have many dining options. Whether it’s a snack bar, an all-you-can-eat buffet or fine dining restaurant – all create waste. For some casinos, being environmentally conscious isn’t an inconvenience, it’s a priority. This session is for those who want to learn best practices in achieving a green and sustainable casino food system.
More info here.
Getting to Smart – Maximizing your Buildings for Smart Cities
Description: Modern building operations remains one of the best examples of an industry that is data rich but information poor. While connected systems, sensors, and apps continuously generate data, it remains stuck in individual systems or dashboards instead of interacting with data from other sources, which is where the insight lives. Beyond the building, this type of data can reveal patterns, areas for improvement, and ways to increase efficiency when applied to the community or city level. Join experts from unique perspectives as they discuss smart priorities and security risks within buildings, how data-filled dashboards are evolving, and how a high performance or smart building is the foundation of a smart city.
Site 1001 will be at booth #522
More info here: https://spring.smartcitiesconnect.org/
Getting to Smart: Using Data to Take Your Building to the Next Level
Modern building operations remains one of the best examples of an industry that is data rich but information poor. While connected systems, sensors, and apps continuously generate data, it remains stuck in individual systems or dashboards instead of interacting with data from other sources, which is where the insight lives. Building data needs to be shared amongst apps to improve current operations and also complete the feedback loop started at construction that continues through development and occupancy. Join experts from unique perspectives as they discuss priorities and risks within buildings, how data-filled dashboards are evolving, and what a high performance or smart building really is.
Site 1001 will be at booth #315.
More info here.