The C Band auction is over and the 5G landscape is getting clearer. The dawn of 6G is starting to emerge and it's worth getting some idea of what these two ecosystems will work in tandem to provide the next generation of communications that we will all enjoy in the future. Time lines, technologies and benefits of these new networks will be highlighted.
Scott Rechler is one of the most interesting executives on the real estate scene today. Hear what he has to say about a number of far reaching topics in this must see Fireside Chat with Scott.
The future of work is digital. With terrabytes of real-time data being generated from both the building and its occupants, how do you manage all this information? Data aggregation and analysis will be more critical than ever to maximize building operations and contributing to an enhanced end user experience -- and applications for navigating the new workplace will be vital for building owners, managers, tenants and employees. This session will discuss the how a data-driven approach will provide the insights needed to manage the future of work.
What does the workplace look like post-COVID -- and what technologies are needed to support getting people back to work? This panel of workplace strategists and technology experts will discuss the most important technologies for return to work, including mobile apps, resource management, touchless solutions, indoor air quality, and occupany management.
There is a changing landscape for the in building network space happening as our event unfolds. New technologies, frequency bands and payment schemes are popping up all the time. Is a managed service play the best way to protect yourself from the shifting landscape? Is and Third Party Operator more workable or is there another, better startegy for your building?
Real estate owners are being challenged every day to deliver high-performing buildings that enable people to work, meet, and collaborate in a healthy and productive environment. And now the worlds of smart buildings and smart workplaces are colliding to create even more innovative uses for integration and automation. Using a Integrated Workplace Management Solution (IWMS) enables efficient data aggregation from both worlds for a "single source of truth" -- creating more efficient processes, significantly reducing costs, and optimizing the performace of the building and its occupants.