Real-World Integration of Smart Building Systems
A free, online educational event that provides a series of how-to information and studies the successful integration of smart building systems. Technical experts and in-the-field professionals will share practical knowledge, and the insights.
- Hear first-hand accounts of successful Smart Building System Integration
- Get detailed information on the capabilities and benefits of smart systems
- Take the opportunity to interact with professionals who have real-world integration experience
- Learn how multiple building system can be optimized through intelligence and integration
Learn about advances in these key areas:
● IoT ● Building Management Systems ● Lighting ● Wireless Communication Systems ● IT Networks ● Security
Who Should Attend?
● Architects ● Real Estate Developers and Owner ● Property Mangers ● ● IT Managers ● System Integrators ● Engineers ● Building-System Contractors ● Facilities Managers
Tune in to get detailed information on how to successfully integrate smart building systems including the infrastructure that makes integration possible. Smart Connect 2022 addresses not just the “what” and the “why” of smart building integration; it emphasizes the “how.”
Don't Miss the First Ever Smart Building of the Year Awards!
November 16, 12-12:30 p.m. EST
The Smart Building of the Year Award celebrates what is possible in the built environment when smart planning, design, construction, operations, and technology work together to foster positive outcomes for a project owner, occupants, the community, and the environment. Projects are evaluated based on their demonstration of innovative and successful sustainable and resilient design principles, systems integration, IT and OT technologies, and measures to support the health and well-being of their occupants and beyond.
The recipient of the first-ever SBOTY Award is the PAE Living Building, in Portland, Ore. Realized through a developer-led funding model, the five-story, 58,000-square-foot mixed-use building is designed to last 500 years through its strategic design, which integrates smart systems to monitor its energy and water independence, a seismic-resilient structure, durable and nontoxic materials, and biophilic, nature-inspired design principles. Additionally, the PAE Living Building benefits the surrounding community, contributing renewable energy to a nearby affordable housing project. The project’s key players include developer Edlen & Co., ZGF Architects, Walsh Construction Co., and MEP engineer and technology designer PAE.
Thank you to our Sponsors!