The systems integration market for smart buildings is evolving rapidly under the emergence of IoT devices, IT-OT convergence and customer demand for agile workplaces.
London, 18 August 2020. Independent research firm Verdantix has launched the nomination process for the inaugural 2020 Smart Building Innovation Awards. Award winners will be announced on 14 October 2020, as well as during the Awards Ceremony as part of the Verdantix ‘Next & Best Practices: Learning From Top 10 Smart Building Innovators In 2020’ Virtual Event. Previous winners of Verdantix Innovation Awards include Chevron, Walmart, Volvo Cars, Total, Johnson Controls, London City Airport, EDF and Nestle. Nominated firms and projects can be located anywhere in the world.
IoT platforms are continuously improving, with more functionalities and use cases being added and refined every year. Growing global interest for IoT platforms has led to a crowded marketplace, with vendors offering expertise in a range of areas.
In the past 5 years, digital twins have gained popularity in the industrial sector but not in the commercial real estate industry. How can digital twin technology be applied to buildings and facilities?
With governments across Europe and the US starting to discuss ways to restart economies, facility executives need to take action now to prepare workplaces for re-opening during a pandemic. This webinar provides corporate real estate executives and facilities managers with guidance on the steps they should take before work resumes, once it resumes and beyond.
Using space and workplace management software can save as much as 20% of total real estate operating costs. This webinar provides an overview of the full spectrum of solutions available in the market, which can be used to save costs and make access to workspaces more seamless.