Over the course of the pandemic, the concept of a smart building has been challenged and new features have been assigned to the intelligent building of the future. Additionally, building owners and workplace management are under increased pressure to provide a healthy, safe environment for employees, tenants and visitors.
Last Thursday, Sine’s Head of Sales for North America and EMEA, Cory Anderson, and a panel of top smart building experts discussed what they’ve learned in 2021 and how building owners can better prepare for unforeseeable future events during Part 3 of Realcomm’s Smart Buildings Strategies 3.0 series.
Check out the webinar recording here.
Emerging from more than a year of the COVID pandemic, our buildings and workplaces are under pressure to provide a healthy, safe environment for employees, tenants and visitors. This entails new technologies as well as a rethinking of traditional building operations and maintenance processes. Many of these IoT and touchless technologies also require integration with existing, as well as a more modern data and communications. Now more than ever, we are in an environment where operating costs need to be balanced against the occupant’s experience.
In this session, we examine the anatomy of the 21st century post-pandemic smart building and discuss some of the potential “side effects” caused by the increased complexity.
And if you’re interested in learning more about how Honeywell Sine is helping leaders future-proof their workplaces through our Vaccination Tracker – book a demo to learn more about our newly-launched, turnkey solution that helps collect proof of vaccination and testing from employees, contractors and while also managing access to the site.