RealcommEDGE Preview: Google & McKesson Weigh-In on CRE Tech Innovation
In the current issue, RealcommEDGE asked our CoRE Tech 2017 Advisory Council Co-Chairmen Mark Golan of Google and Mike Huaco of McKesson, two corporate powerhouses, for their perspective on the rapidly changing technology landscape and how they're managing the twin challenges of adoption and change management in their respective organizations.
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Featuring Mark Golan, Google and Mike Huaco, McKesson
INSIDE THIS ISSUE:
- From the Publisher: CRE Tech 5.0 – How Does It Impact Corporate Real Estate and Facilities?
- Designing Technology Solutions for the Perpetually Evolving Workplace
- A New Era in Transportation: Q&A with Max Crowley, Strategic Initiatives, Uber for Business
- Preparing for the New Era of Mergers and Acquisitions
- Becoming Data Driven: The Case for Real Estate Portfolio Owners & Managers
- Smart Buildings and Their Digital Twins
- Owners Must 'Know the Score’ on Building Cybersecurity
- The Workforce Behind Digital Transformation in Buildings
- Data Governance and Standards – The Key to Intelligent Buildings
- Connecting People to Buildings: Virtual Occupancy Metering
- Enhancing Your Office Space: Five Ways to Improve Your Workplace & Bottom Line
- Mixed-use Innovation Districts: The Future of Sustainable Development
- Building Power Plants - Property Owners Begin to Embrace Microgrid Strategies
- Tech Perspective @ the EDGE - Featuring Sandy Jacolow, Shorenstein Properties and Robb Napolitano, Rose Associates
- Five Reasons Your Building Isn’t as Secure as You Think
- Early Adopters of Smart Building Technology Will Have the Advantage
- 2017 Solutions Marketplace Directory
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UPCOMING REALCOMM WEBINARS
Achieving Optimum Energy Efficiency in Buildings - New Benchmarks Being Set - 7/26/2018
Five years ago, the driving factor for smart buildings was energy costs. While operational efficiency and occupant experience have been added to the discussion, energy savings still play an important role in the smart building strategy. Energy usage in buildings accounts for over 40% of electrical consumption which has ties to coal, natural gas, petroleum and nuclear energy. Energy waste in buildings is easily evident and provides great opportunities when addressed. Advanced energy analytics, enhanced building automation monitoring, new lighting solutions, low voltage infrastructure, micro grids and other technologies are reshaping the building energy landscape. This webinar will bring best practices and new benchmarks into focus.
Tom Shircliff is a co-founder and principal of Intelligent Buildings, a nationally recognized smart real estate professional services company that was started in 2004. Intelligent Buildings provides planning and implementation of next generation strategy for new buildings, existing portfolios and urban communities. Tom is a speaker and collaborator with numerous universities and national laboratories, a gubernatorial appointee for energy strategy and policy and founding Chairman of Envision Charlotte, a Clinton Global Initiative.
Kevin Bates is the owner of Sharp Development company. Over the past six years, he has concentrated on retrofitting older generation concrete tilt-up buildings that are carbon neutral, have a net zero energy bill as well as a strong emphasis on the health and wellness of the interior environment for the occupants. The driver for Kevin is to demonstrate that this way of repurposing existing building stock can be done in a manner that is more profitable for the ownership than the less expensive way of building to meet minimum code.
Dana bridges the gap between buildings and their occupants through fun initiatives that drive energy efficiency across LinkedIn’s global portfolio. With over six years of experience in corporate sustainability at both startups and large corporations, Dana understands the crucial role that business plays in addressing climate change. She is excited about how technology is transforming the built environment, and looks for opportunities to scale innovation and to help LinkedIn and others achieve audacious sustainability goals.
Matt Eggers is currently VP, Yardi Energy where he leads the development of software for energy management and high performing buildings at Yardi. He has extensive experience in leading teams to record sales and growing operations and market share.
With over 30 years of experience in commercial real estate and IT/Internet-based building services, Chris leverages his deep rooted knowledge of what is important to building owners and operators. He will discuss how ICONICS advanced building optimization software solutions with real-time Fault Detection and Diagnostics (FDD) help customers by integrating information from all disparate building equipment systems and energy metering into a uniform building automation system. Automated FDD visualizes in a meaningful manner what is critical to achieving energy reduction, operational efficiency and sustainability goals. Chris holds a BA from the University of Pennsylvania.
Ralf VonSosen has 20 years experience in technology product, marketing and customer operations. He is passionate about transforming data into actionable insights. Ralf leads Lucid's customer onboarding and professional services.
Karthik is the Director of Energy Management Solutions at EnerNOC. His team works with large energy users in the Commercial and Industrial sectors to deliver outcomes using energy intelligence software, utility bill management, smart building solutions, microgrids, and more. Karthik has over 10 years of experience in the energy industry and holds a Bachelors in Engineering Physics from Queen’s University and a Masters in Systems Engineering from Cornell University.