The Internet of Things (IoT) is shifting the facilities management paradigm. The idea of convergence between information technology and operational technology (IT/OT) systems has been the cornerstone of intelligent buildings since the market’s inception. The reality is, however, most teams responsible for IT and facilities operations and management work in isolation. These teams follow separate and distinct goals and mandates, thereby losing the opportunity to capitalize on the cross-discipline capabilities essential to creating strong IoT frameworks
Casey Talon, principal research analyst at Navigant Research, moderates a discussion with Rick Lisa, Group Sales Director, WW Internet of Things and Machine Learning at Intel and Sonu Panda, CEO, Prescriptive Data, and John Gilbert, EVP of Rudin Management, around the benefits of breaking down business unit siloes to support IT/OT integration and the successful deployment of IoT platforms in commercial buildings. The panelists present their perspectives on how organizations can realize operational and energy efficiency improvements, cost savings, and better occupancy experience by deploying intelligent building technology with the support of both IT and OT staff.
- Commercial real estate market trends
- Intelligent buildings
- IT/OT integration
- Evolving role of IT in facilities management
What does this webinar answer?
- What are the benefits of IT/OT convergence for commercial buildings?
- How does IoT deliver better building operations?
- What are the effects of investing in IoT?
- How is cybersecurity addressed with IoT in commercial buildings?
- What should commercial real estate consider when exploring investment opportunities in intelligent building solutions?
Who needs to attend this webinar?
- Commercial real estate executives
- IT department heads
- Facility managers and building owners
- Intelligent building vendors
- Automation and lighting control vendors
- Systems integrators