The JLL Smart Building Program produces webcasts as ongoing professional development and education for the real estate industry.
These events present valuable and relevant information on technology applications for buildings, featuring industry experts and real estate veterans. Join us each month for such topics as: energy monitoring, smart grid/smart buildings, advanced lighting strategies, sustainability, procurement and demand response, real estate IT, advanced communications, and more…
All webcasts are recorded and are available for viewing on demand.
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The Growing Demand for Alternative Energy SolutionsMarch 10, 2017The majority of global investment in new electricity-generating technology today is renewable. What's happening? First, economics. In an increasing number of regions, the cost of renewable energy is less than the cost of traditional power. Second, future price certainty. Renewable power is predictable and attractive to users. Third, social factors. Companies concerned with climate change, shareholder pressure and employee-driven social responsibility are finding renewable energy solutions are an increasingly viable option. The bottom line is this: renewable energy is becoming less expensive and therefore attractive all the time. Join this webcast to learn why more companies are looking to renewables to save money, enhance corporate reputation, and differentiate themselves in a competitive market.
Featured Speakers:Sean Kinghorn, Senior Sustainability Program Manager, IntuitKyle Goehring, Vice President, National Manager, Clean Energy, JLLDarlene Pope, Sr. Vice President - Director, Smart Building Program, JLL
Intelligent Buildings and the Impact of IoT Research ProjectJanuary 20, 2017PROJECT OVERVIEW - The proliferation of IoT for buildings has caused a dramatic shift in building operations -- from siloed building systems to an integrated network of systems and devices that have the ability to collect and share massive amounts of data. This, in turn, has created a large opportunity to increase the efficiency, security, productivity, and profitability of buildings, as this data can be used to inform better business decisions for energy management, operations and maintenance, space utilization, workplace strategy, and other valuable business applications.It is critical that organizations in the building and IoT value chains have a solid understand of the current state and future direction of the building IoT market, as this market is projected to reach $76 billion by 2020. The goal of the CABA research is to provide a comprehensive examination of all the major aspects of IoT for buildings, including: state of the market, building IoT trends, business opportunities, technical barriers and opportunities, future market direction, issues, case studies, and industry recommendations.
The Smart, Connected WorkplaceDecember 2, 2016The smart building is expanding into the "smart workplace." As building systems become more automated and integrated, many of these same technologies are being extended into the workplace to provide a personalized environment and an enhanced end user experience. With the impact of the IoT across many aspects of our day-to-day lives, what are the applications of the IoT across the workplace? What kinds of mobile apps are available for building and workplace systems? Speakers will discuss and present new technologies for workplace solutions such as access control, presence detection, occupancy planning, asset tracking, and other applications. Learn the benefits of obtaining, analyzing, and reporting real-time data to maximize both operational and functional efficiencies.
The Impact of Smart Buildings on Health and ProductivityOctober 21, 2016Studies continue to demonstrate the impact of environmental conditions in buildings on occupant wellness and productivity. What measurable value does that deliver to the building owner and the people and companies working in those buildings? Dr. Joseph Allen from the Center for Health and the Global Environment at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health will share the new findings from Study 2 of the groundbreaking CogFx Study, which is researching and substantiating the impact of green buildings on human health and productivity. He will place the findings in the context of Buildingomics – a new approach that examines the totality of factors in the building-related environment that influence human health, well-being and productivity. In addition, Bob Best will share his research and observations with Green and Productive Workplace projects and additional research demonstrating the exponential value of the 3-30-300 Principle.
Using Integrated Technologies to Improve The Occupant ExperienceSeptember 22, 2016Companies are beginning to recognize how technology can vastly improve the overall CRE experience. We are seeing a tremendous surge in the application of web-based, mobile applications across many industries, including home automation, travel, and hospitality – and many of those same solutions are changing the way end users experience and interact with buildings. What new tools are available today that are driving this change? How can integrating systems and technologies create a more efficient process for managing use of space and improve the overall occupant experience? Learn how smart buildings are changing the dynamic between occupants and their environment to improve worker productivity, tenant satisfaction, and overall health and well being.
Getting Smart About Water and WasteJuly 15, 2016Water is the fastest growing utility expense, with long-term cost increases related to supply constraints and aging infrastructure. We'll discuss the unique set of challenges and opportunities around water use outdoors, where an estimated 50% is wasted. Learn about advancements in cloud connectivity, sensors, and mobile technology that can monitor, measure, and manage water consumption in order to provide efficiency improvements, healthier landscapes, and risk mitigation. Corporate responsibility, government regulations, and commodity markets are driving increased interest and adoption in waste and recycling. Learn about business models and strategic waste technologies that are turning the trash business "smart" – from monitoring and reporting to hauling and contracting. Our strategic waste experts will discuss who is driving industry standards such as LEED and Zero Waste certification, and how partnerships between the US Zero Waste Business Council and USGBC impact your waste and recycling strategy. Join us for the down and dirty on the economic and environmental benefits of a comprehensive waste and recycling program.
Beyond Lights: How IoT is Changing LightingJune 17, 2016Digital technology is transforming virtually every aspect of modern life, including our buildings. Through system integration and the Internet of Things (IoT), today's smart office building can adapt and respond automatically to individual user preferences, actual use of space, and changing weather conditions. By connecting systems and devices to a network, those systems are able to share data and operate in a much more efficient way. But that's not all! Connected lighting systems, which incorporate smart sensors and controls, go beyond just lighting. When integrated with other building systems, these smart lighting systems are able to share data on occupancy, space usage, temperature and humidity – enabling offices to become more efficient, sustainable, and responsive. Learn how connected lighting can be the first step in your building's IoT strategy.