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The Psychology of Feeling Safe in Buildings and Getting Back to Work

Hear from a professional on one of the most important factors in  the return to work is making people feel safe and the psychology of doing so. Jennifer Moss is an author, speaker and thought leader in behavioral sciences and will help real estate leaders understand the need to not only make buildings safe, but to help employees feel that they are safe.

CRE Roundtable: How Do I Get People Back in My Buildings?

There is not a more important topic for real estate right now than getting people to return to work.  Top commercial and corporate real estate executives will discuss some of the tech strategies and solutions they are using to get employees and tenants back in their buildings, safely and securely.  Learn about some of the unique challenges and creative solutions they are deploying to get people back in their buildings!


The Building Network: Setting the Right Foundation for Data Collection, Security, and Performance

If it isn’t connected, it isn’t smart! A unified building network serves the foundation for smart building system integration and automation, but most buildings still don’t have a facility network in place. This session will discuss the importance of network architecture and security, along with the many reasons why having a secure building network is critical for data collection, data transmission, and building automation.

The Next Big Things in Digital Workplace and Integrated Mobile Apps

Digital Workplace is the new buzz word for smart offices and the next big thing for connected real estate.  So, what does the future hold for digital workplace, workplace automation, and smart workplace mobile apps?  Hear from seasoned workplace experts on how digital transformation is impacting the future of work, and the positive and negative impacts it has on the overall occupant experience.

Connected RE: Supporting Public Safety, Health and Security in Your Building

The top criteria for getting people back in buildings are health, safety, and security. We’ll explore the various technologies and strategies that support health and wellness and provide a safe environment for building occupants. From indoor air quality to in-building public safety to location based services, this panel will cover what it takes to keep people safe.

Fireside Chat with Marc Ganzi

Find out what you need to know about Colony Capital’s rotation to digital real estate.

Embracing CBRS and 5G: The Value of Private LTE for Real Estate

CBRS is the great gift from the government that any enterprise may use for free. It can be a great way to help gather, organize and record data in your building. Hear case studies and details on how to use it effectively for the return to work.

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Digital Transformation: Game-Changing Strategies and Solutions for the Future of Work

The future of work is digital. Data will be used to automate and make optimal decisions on operations, space management, and most of all — occupant experience. We’ll discuss strategies and use cases for applying real time data to monitor, report, and predict occupancy, space utilization, indoor air quality, temperature, energy usage, employee satisfaction, and other critical data sets. Learn from the experts on how technology and digitization are foundational to the future of work.

How to Choose, Manage and Optimize Your Communications Program and Partners

The relationship with your communications vendor may be the most important part of a great strategy. Understanding that your MEP contractor may not have all the knowledge you need to be properly situated with your network and its security protocols. Be informed and aware of how to design a great communications program and make it work for you and your partners.

Where’s the Money? Creative Ideas for Replacing Lost Retail Revenues

The retail landscape has been under great stress due to the scarcity of people coming back to work or shopping in person. This session will present creative ideas and alternatives to help landlords replace lost retail tenants and revenues. We’ll take a look at the increasing demand and business benefits for such options as medical clinics, childcare, entertainment, cannabis shops, and more!

Leveraging IoT to Streamline Operations and Deliver a Better Occupant Experience

The Internet of Things (IoT) is an incredibly hot topic in real estate today, but there is much more to IoT than just sensors feeding data to reporting dashboards. IoT is thing-to-thing, system-to-system communications — building automation on steroids. This panel will discuss the various strategies and use cases of IoT for real estate and provide guidance on how to get the most value out of IoT applications.