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@ the Intersection of Corporate Real Estate,
Facilities, Technology, Automation and Innovation
NOVEMBER 13 - 15 | SAN JOSE CONVENTION CENTER

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Program Details

CoRE TEch's education program will feature domain experts from around the globe presenting case studies and speaking on the topics of building automation systems and controls, building system integration and the implications for organizational alignment, skills development and change management necessary to facilitate the intelligent integration of key business processes into the high performance building ecosystem.

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Wednesday | November 13

8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Tours-Various
RE Tech Innovation Tours
CoRE Tech is pleased to offer the following Real Estate Tech Innovation Tours in Silicon Valley which will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 13. Attendees will have the unique opportunity to visit several of the most innovative companies and projects in the region.

For tour details and/or to register, visit: Innovation Tech Tours.

Tour attendance is optional, limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis to Corporate Real Estate and Facilities professionals only. Separate fee applies.

1:00 pm - 1:15 pm
Grand Ballroom
Welcome & Introductions
Conference kick-off, welcome and introductions, a conference overview and a brief state-of-the-art industry update.

1:15 pm - 2:20 pm
Grand Ballroom
Opening Session: DIGITALLY TRANSFORMING a Corporate Real Estate Portfolio – Global Leaders Speak Out
Technology and innovation are finally making their way into the heart of Corporate Real Estate and Facilities strategies. Energy savings, operational efficiency and enhanced Occupant Experience have brought technology to the center of the conversation. Three global leaders with significant investments in Real Estate are at the forefront of this trend. Microsoft, Ford and JPMorgan have all fully embraced Digital Transformation as it relates to their Real Estate strategy. Emmanuel Daniel, head of Microsoft’s campus transformation, Matthew Montañes, integral member on JPMorgan’s new headquarters team and Paul Maximuk, leader of Ford’s connected building strategy, will discuss what it means to transform a Corporate Real Estate portfolio.

Moderator:
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Jim Young Realcomm
Jim Young Co-Founder & CEO Founder of Realcomm Conference Group, an education organization that produces Realcomm, IBcon and CoRE Tech, the world's leading conferences on techno
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Jim Young
Co-Founder & CEO
Realcomm
LinkedIn

Founder of Realcomm Conference Group, an education organization that produces Realcomm, IBcon and CoRE Tech, the world's leading conferences on technology, automated business solutions, intelligent buildings and energy efficiency for the commercial and corporate real estate industry. As CEO, Jim interacts with some of the largest companies globally pertaining to some of the most advanced and progressive next generation real estate projects under development.

Speakers:
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Emmanuel Daniel Microsoft
Emmanuel Daniel Director, Applied Innovation & Incubation, Smart Buildings & Campuses Emmanuel Daniel is responsible for building and delivering the Digital Transformation strategy for campuses across Microsoft and leads a global multid
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Emmanuel Daniel
Director, Applied Innovation & Incubation, Smart Buildings & Campuses
Microsoft

Emmanuel Daniel is responsible for building and delivering the Digital Transformation strategy for campuses across Microsoft and leads a global multidisciplinary team of architects and experience designers. He builds experiences that merge technology with the built environment, leading to the formation of spaces that respond to the needs of its users. He is also accountable for identifying, building and implementing the next generation of products that will make smarter and sustainable buildings.

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Paul Maximuk Ford Land
Paul Maximuk Product Owner, Smart Building Technologies & Controls Paul Maximuk is the Product Owner as well as a technical SME at Ford Land, leading all BMS and controls integrations globally. He has over 30 years of
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Paul Maximuk
Product Owner, Smart Building Technologies & Controls
Ford Land
LinkedIn

Paul Maximuk is the Product Owner as well as a technical SME at Ford Land, leading all BMS and controls integrations globally. He has over 30 years of experience in the industry managing multiple types of energy systems and specializing in strategic smart building implementation and management. Paul’s expertise in the built environment spans real estate assets from large industrial facilities to Class A office buildings.

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Matthew Montañes JPMorgan Chase
Matthew Montañes VP, Global Real Estate Matthew Montañes works in the Global Real Estate group at JPMorgan Chase & Co. In that capacity, he is responsible for Global Property Management and
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Matthew Montañes
VP, Global Real Estate
JPMorgan Chase

Matthew Montañes works in the Global Real Estate group at JPMorgan Chase & Co. In that capacity, he is responsible for Global Property Management and Regional Asset Management activities for the firm’s corporate and retail portfolio. He was previously Director of Global Property Operations at Tishman Speyer.

Technology Partners:
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Mark Brown CohnReznick
Mark Brown Principal, CIO Advisory Leader Mark Brown is the Strategy and Transformation Practice leader for CohnReznick. Mark is part of the Firm’s STaT (Strategy Technology and Transformation
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Mark Brown
Principal, CIO Advisory Leader
CohnReznick

Mark Brown is the Strategy and Transformation Practice leader for CohnReznick. Mark is part of the Firm’s STaT (Strategy Technology and Transformation) group and leads a global team on business acquisitions, IT strategy, change management, risk management, technology, and business transformation.

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Franco Castaldini ThoughtWire
Franco Castaldini CCO Franco Castaldini is a veteran marketing, business development and product strategy executive who has led high-growth go-to-market strategies for inno
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Franco Castaldini
CCO
ThoughtWire

Franco Castaldini is a veteran marketing, business development and product strategy executive who has led high-growth go-to-market strategies for innovative startups and large global enterprises. He joins ThoughtWire as its Chief Commercial Officer from GE Digital where he led the commercial strategy for a high-productivity application development platform. Franco joined GE Digital with the acquisition of Bit Stew Systems, where he helped to position the company for rapid growth and their successful exit in late 2016 for $208 million.

2:20 pm - 2:40 pm
Grand Ballroom
Tech Talk – AI/Machine Learning
Technology is being developed at an unprecedented pace. This is true for the world at large and includes the buildings where we spend most of our time. New technologies will continue to impact our daily lives and it is important to understand how new concepts such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, augmented reality and others will specifically impact the way we use and interact with our buildings. These TECH TALK segments—facilitated by domain experts—are short technology briefings designed to provide a general overview. Within the next 24 months, these technologies will increase in relevance and number. Given the long and complex planning process for buildings, it is critical to include them in strategic discussions.

Speakers:
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Stuart Appley CBRE
Stuart Appley Managing Director, GWS Tech Solutions Stuart Appley is a Managing Director in CBRE’s Global Workplace Solutions Group, where he is responsible for providing executive technology oversight
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Stuart Appley
Managing Director, GWS Tech Solutions
CBRE
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Stuart Appley is a Managing Director in CBRE’s Global Workplace Solutions Group, where he is responsible for providing executive technology oversight and consulting to clients. Stuart also has a technology innovation & thought leadership role, helping to develop, drive, and lead pilots on innovative digital projects across CBRE. He was previously the CIO at Shorenstein Realty Services, where he led the transformation of the company’s technology environment into an innovative and best in class organization.

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Scott Phillips McDonald's
Scott Phillips Director, Corporate RE Scott Phillips is the Director, Corporate Real Estate for McDonald’s Corporation responsible for Real Estate, Facilities, Project Management, and Work
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Scott Phillips
Director, Corporate RE
McDonald's
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Scott Phillips is the Director, Corporate Real Estate for McDonald’s Corporation responsible for Real Estate, Facilities, Project Management, and Workplace Strategy for approximately 2 million SF of office portfolio. Scott and his team recently completed McDonald’s relocation from Oakbrook, IL to a newly developed 500,000 SF Global Headquarters in the West Loop of Chicago. Scott has over 25 years experience in Corporate Real Estate and Facilities with McDonald’s, U.S. Cellular, and State Farm Insurance.

2:40 pm - 3:25 pm
Grand Ballroom
Continuing the SMART BUILDING/CAMPUS JOURNEY – Early Innovators Report
The smart building, campus and portfolio discussion within the Corporate Real Estate and Facilities industry has been evolving over the last 15 years. It started with BMS, then focused on connected facilities, then occupancy and now the Building Internet of Things (BIoT). Over the last three years, major organizations have embraced this idea of Smart Real Estate and have integrated it into their overall portfolio strategy. Energy conservation, operational efficiency and enhanced Occupant Experience are common business drivers. Building Networks Operating Systems, Comprehensive and Integrated Applications, BIoT, 5G and Wireless, Immersive Experiences, Cyber and Privacy will be part of the discussion by this world-class panel.

Moderator:
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Rob Murchison Intelligent Buildings
Rob Murchison Co-Founder Rob Murchison has over 20 years experience in strategy consulting, sales and design of technology to real estate developers and commercial businesses
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Rob Murchison
Co-Founder
Intelligent Buildings
LinkedIn

Rob Murchison has over 20 years experience in strategy consulting, sales and design of technology to real estate developers and commercial businesses with expertise in networking, and software and data base applications. He is currently Co-founder and Managing Director of consulting firm Intelligent Buildings Inc., a nationally recognized specialist in real estate technology with expertise in strategy and standards development, organizational alignment and financial analysis.

Speakers:
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Emmanuel Daniel Microsoft
Emmanuel Daniel Director, Applied Innovation & Incubation, Smart Buildings & Campuses Emmanuel Daniel is responsible for building and delivering the Digital Transformation strategy for campuses across Microsoft and leads a global multid
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Emmanuel Daniel
Director, Applied Innovation & Incubation, Smart Buildings & Campuses
Microsoft

Emmanuel Daniel is responsible for building and delivering the Digital Transformation strategy for campuses across Microsoft and leads a global multidisciplinary team of architects and experience designers. He builds experiences that merge technology with the built environment, leading to the formation of spaces that respond to the needs of its users. He is also accountable for identifying, building and implementing the next generation of products that will make smarter and sustainable buildings.

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Sabine Lam Google
Sabine Lam REWS Technology Program Mgr. Sabine Lam is a Technology Program Manager on the Real Estate and Workplace Services team at Google. In this role, she focuses on bringing the connect
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Sabine Lam
REWS Technology Program Mgr.
Google

Sabine Lam is a Technology Program Manager on the Real Estate and Workplace Services team at Google. In this role, she focuses on bringing the connected building vision to the forefront of Google real estate and facilities operations teams, and equips REWS to deliver next generation services and workspaces that enhance employee productivity. Her responsibilities include collaborating with industry stakeholders to work towards a global strategy for building automation systems across the Google portfolio.

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Steve Lefkowitz Warner Media
Steve Lefkowitz VP, Global Facilities Management Steve Lefkowitz is a results-driven and profit-minded executive in the national corporate real estate world with the proven ability to effectively man
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Steve Lefkowitz
VP, Global Facilities Management
Warner Media
LinkedIn

Steve Lefkowitz is a results-driven and profit-minded executive in the national corporate real estate world with the proven ability to effectively manage large-scale real estate portfolios. He is a 35-year veteran of Time Warner where he has held multiple titles including SVP of CRE for HBO. As the current head of Global Facilities Management for Warner Media, he oversees FM operations and directs a center of excellence organization supporting delivery of hard and soft services across their diversified global portfolio of properties.

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Matthew Toner CBRE
Matthew Toner Managing Director
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Matthew Toner
Managing Director
CBRE

3:25 pm - 3:55 pm
Grand Ballroom
Afternoon Networking Break
3:55 pm - 4:10 pm
Grand Ballroom
Tech Talk – LOCATION BASED SERVICES – Maintenance, People-finding, Wayfinding and Beyond
Location Based Services have increased substantially in importance. The idea is simple: our phones communicate our location, and that information allows for a number of new services to improve operational efficiency and safety, and to create unique occupant experiences. Managing a maintenance schedule and resources, getting people to their destination, connecting with people based on proximity, as well as head counts during emergencies are just a few of the potential applications. All this efficiency and experience must be balanced with consumer privacy. This important session will present the multitude of applications for this technology as well as the potential for unintended consequences.

Speaker:
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Charles Whiteley ExxonMobil
Charles Whiteley Digital Lead for Environmental & Property Solutions (E&PS) Charles Whiteley is a relative newcomer to the CRE space but brings an external perspective and focus on technology and innovation garnered through 10
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Charles Whiteley
Digital Lead for Environmental & Property Solutions (E&PS)
ExxonMobil

Charles Whiteley is a relative newcomer to the CRE space but brings an external perspective and focus on technology and innovation garnered through 10+ years as a management consultant for Big 4 firms. At ExxonMobil, he is focused on smart building global strategy, digitally connected workers, immersive digital resident experience and maximizing the value that CRE generates for the firm’s business lines globally.

4:10 pm - 4:55 pm
Grand Ballroom
Leveraging LED Technology – Creating a Visual IMMERSIVE EXPERIENCE
Everyone these days is talking about creating an ‘experience’. Office, retail, hospitality and mixed-use projects are looking to go beyond traditional design and amenities to attract, engage and retain occupants and guests. Water fountains and artwork are being augmented by digital experiences to entertain, excite and inspire. This trend started with flat screens on walls and has evolved into a much more sophisticated experience. LED walls – embedded into traditional design, combined with high resolution, visually stunning changing media – can change the entire experience of a space with the touch of a button or command from an algorithm. This exciting segment will showcase examples of the technology that can be utilized in a Corporate environment.

Moderator:
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Howard Berger Realcomm
Howard Berger Managing Partner, SVP Programs Howard Berger has over 30 years ofexperience in technology and commercial/investment real estate. As Realcomm's SVP Programs, he manages its US and in
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Howard Berger
Managing Partner, SVP Programs
Realcomm
LinkedIn

Howard Berger has over 30 years ofexperience in technology and commercial/investment real estate. As Realcomm's SVP Programs, he manages its US and international conferences and CIO programs. Previously, he was with The Jamesan Group, which specialized in strategic technology consulting for the commercial real estate industry and prior to that, he was with TRW Real Estate Information Systems where he developed real estate information systems for the mortgage, appraisal and title insurance industries.

Speakers:
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Joshua Van Blankenship StandardVision
Joshua Van Blankenship SVP, Media Platforms
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Joshua Van Blankenship
SVP, Media Platforms
StandardVision

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Matt Weisgerber ESI Design
Matt Weisgerber Associate Director of Physical Design Matt transforms places into experiences by treating technology as an architectural material. He heads up the physical design practice at ESI Design an
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Matt Weisgerber
Associate Director of Physical Design
ESI Design

Matt transforms places into experiences by treating technology as an architectural material. He heads up the physical design practice at ESI Design and is responsible for overall design direction when seamlessly integrating digital technology into physical spaces. This includes space planning, architectural coordination, and communicating experiential ideas through drawings, 3D models and renders. He has played an essential role in countless high profile projects including the Statue of Liberty Museum, and many corporate and commercial spaces.

4:55 pm - 5:10 pm
Grand Ballroom
CHINATECH – Understanding the Potential Ramifications and Implications
China has long been very good at taking a product designed elsewhere and perfecting it with their hyper-efficient production processes. Over the last five to seven years, the skills and capabilities within the Chinese technology sector have risen dramatically—some say they have actually surpassed that of the United States. Alibaba (commerce), Tencent (Social), Huawei (Telecommunications), Hikvision (Surveillance) and others are racing to be technologically dominant by 2025. This has implications for all business sectors including Corporate Real Estate and Facilities. Equipment supply chain analysis, cyber, privacy, competition and other issues are quickly rising in importance. This Tech Talk will provide a foundation to better understand the rising prowess of ChinaTech.

Moderator:
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Jim Young Realcomm
Jim Young Co-Founder & CEO Founder of Realcomm Conference Group, an education organization that produces Realcomm, IBcon and CoRE Tech, the world's leading conferences on techno
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Jim Young
Co-Founder & CEO
Realcomm
LinkedIn

Founder of Realcomm Conference Group, an education organization that produces Realcomm, IBcon and CoRE Tech, the world's leading conferences on technology, automated business solutions, intelligent buildings and energy efficiency for the commercial and corporate real estate industry. As CEO, Jim interacts with some of the largest companies globally pertaining to some of the most advanced and progressive next generation real estate projects under development.

5:10 pm - 5:55 pm
Grand Ballroom
Corporate Real Estate ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE – The Foundation for Transformation
Spreadsheets and applications on various platforms including desktops, servers, the cloud and mobile are the reality for most Corporate Real Estate organizations. This web of disconnected information results in lost time and money but more importantly hinders their ability to make well informed decisions. Organizations struggle to develop a comprehensive, integrated strategy that connects relevant information and eliminates redundant data. IWMS, data warehouses and lakes, as well as integrated point solutions all promise to deliver a seamless flow of relevant and accurate information. This powerful segment will showcase those organizations that are on the forefront of delivering a successful Enterprise Architecture strategy.

Moderator:
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Edward Wagoner JLL
Edward Wagoner EVP & Americas CIO Edward Wagoner is Global CIO, Corporate Solutions at JLL. He is globally responsible for all aspects of JLL’s technology for corporate occupiers, incl
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Edward Wagoner
EVP & Americas CIO
JLL

Edward Wagoner is Global CIO, Corporate Solutions at JLL. He is globally responsible for all aspects of JLL’s technology for corporate occupiers, including the business strategy, marketing, development, deployment and support.

Speaker:
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Jeff Revoy SpaceIQ
Jeff Revoy CRO Jeff Revoy is a senior executive with leadership achievements spanning all company operations. Beyond deep functional expertise, Jeff has strengths in
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Jeff Revoy
CRO
SpaceIQ

Jeff Revoy is a senior executive with leadership achievements spanning all company operations. Beyond deep functional expertise, Jeff has strengths in establishing successful company strategies, building and resizing organizations, and motivating teams. He possesses significant international/global experience and has been actively involved in M&A as both target and acquirer. He recently co-founded his third company, SpaceIQ, which offers a powerful and intuitive workplace management platform for companies of every size.

6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Grand Ballroom
Networking Cocktail Reception & EXPO
Network with colleagues, catch up with old friends and enjoy hors d’oeuvres and libations at the end of the first day. You’ll also have an opportunity to meet our Technology Solution Provider partners and explore the latest CRE products and services in the EXPO area.

Thursday | November 14

7:30 am - 8:30 am
Grand Ballroom
Smart Building Showcase and Continental Breakfast
Day Two begins with the Smart Building Showcase and a continental breakfast! For this super-session, we’ve assembled some of the world’s most progressive and successful implementations of smart buildings and corporate campuses. These projects represent the next generation of open, interoperable, integrated and IP-centric buildings. In this showcase setting, attendees will have the opportunity to meet face-to-face with representatives for each project who will share their strategies and address topics such as energy optimization, operational efficiency, enhanced occupant experience, corporate social responsibility and workplace strategy and design.

8:30 am - 9:00 am
Grand Ballroom
Inside Google – An Innovation Culture Encompassing Real Estate Development
Day Two will open with a one-on-one conversation with Mark Golan, VP | COO, Real Estate Investments and Development. Long considered one of the world’s most innovative companies, Google’s culture inherently embraces big disruptive ideas. In most organizations, change is addressed but usually follows way behind other business metrics such as profitability and market share. At Google, finding the next big idea is as important as any other business goal or objective and this drive for innovation is manifested in its Real Estate Development group as well. District energy systems, new mixed-use communities, augmented virtual reality and sustainable transportation solutions are just some of the innovative approaches Google has at its disposal to help transform the way they design and build new places in the Bay Area.

Speaker:
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Mark Golan Google
Mark Golan VP | COO, Real Estate Investment & Development Mark Golan is a seasoned executive with extensive experience in real estate, finance and technology. Currently in his role as VP Real Estate & Workpla
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Mark Golan
VP | COO, Real Estate Investment & Development
Google
LinkedIn

Mark Golan is a seasoned executive with extensive experience in real estate, finance and technology. Currently in his role as VP Real Estate & Workplace Services (REWS) at Google, he oversees the organization's business partnerships, central facilities services, events & guest services, transportation, and all facets of design and construction.

9:00 am - 9:15 am
Grand Ballroom
Tech Talk – NET ZERO BUILDINGS – Pushing the Bounds of Energy Efficiency
Most owners and operators are satisfied with 10-15% reduction in energy. Any improvement in operational costs is considered a win. However, there is a small yet growing group of individuals and organizations in the marketplace that have set the bar extremely high: Zero Net Energy (ZNE) consumption. Exceptional design combined with state-of-the art technology is resulting in buildings that effectively produce more energy than their need to operate. Sustainable, next generation onsite energy production, hyper-efficient building automation, low voltage applications, Power over Ethernet (PoE), LED lighting and other emerging technologies are being used to dramatically decrease the energy consumption of a building and will be highlighted in this Tech Talk.

Speakers:
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Sarah Bemporad Realcomm
Sarah Bemporad Webinars & Program Manager As Webinars and Program Manager at Realcomm, Sarah Bemporad is responsible for conducting real estate tech webinars and managing the educational conte
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Sarah Bemporad
Webinars & Program Manager
Realcomm
LinkedIn

As Webinars and Program Manager at Realcomm, Sarah Bemporad is responsible for conducting real estate tech webinars and managing the educational content for online seminars and conferences. Previously, Sarah managed investor and corporate relations at Paramount Group, a fully-integrated REIT headquartered in New York.

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Andy Campbell United Therapeutics
Andy Campbell Construction & Real Estate Development Andy Campbell brings a broad base of knowledge to United Therapeutics through his background in civil engineering design, heavy civil and mixed use co
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Andy Campbell
Construction & Real Estate Development
United Therapeutics

Andy Campbell brings a broad base of knowledge to United Therapeutics through his background in civil engineering design, heavy civil and mixed use commercial construction, and thought provoking research into cutting edge green technologies. His goal is to develop ground breaking projects with the focus on occupant satisfaction while pushing the envelope of sustainable design. This is exemplified in his leadership on The Unisphere, their recently opened 120,000 square-foot urban site net-zero headquarters outside Washington, DC.

9:15 am - 9:55 am
Grand Ballroom
Corporate Real Estate Digital Transformation – CHANGE IS HARD
Not too long ago, the office where you worked held the tools you relied on: your desk, a file cabinet, a conference room and office equipment. Fast forward to 2019 and all that has changed. The new norm is people on the go with mobile devices, information in the cloud, video conferencing and digital collaboration. The new ‘office’ is influencing the way we use space: always connected, smart, immersive, with ever-changing technology. It is one thing to talk about digitally transforming a company and quite another to implement the successful smart workplace. A spreadsheet culture combined with ingrained habits and an established culture makes change very hard. This session will address the challenges of implementing real change and the secrets to success.

Moderator:
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Samantha Fisher Citadel
Samantha Fisher Global Head of Facilities & Services
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Samantha Fisher
Global Head of Facilities & Services
Citadel
LinkedIn

Speakers:
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Karen Gill Fidelity Investments
Karen Gill VP, Global Workplace Strategy Karen is the VP of Global Workplace Strategy and The Change Management Program Manager for Fidelity Investments. She embraces an entrepreneurial spiri
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Karen Gill
VP, Global Workplace Strategy
Fidelity Investments
LinkedIn

Karen is the VP of Global Workplace Strategy and The Change Management Program Manager for Fidelity Investments. She embraces an entrepreneurial spirit and focuses on understanding the business, empowering teams and creating new ways to engage employees in purposeful experiences while in the workplace. Her goal always includes demonstrating value through innovation and considers both the physical and virtual world.

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Darrell Smith Google
Darrell Smith Director, Central Facilities Operation Darrell Smith has more than 20 years of experience in facility management, with a wide range of industry experience in technology, retail, data center
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Darrell Smith
Director, Central Facilities Operation
Google
LinkedIn

Darrell Smith has more than 20 years of experience in facility management, with a wide range of industry experience in technology, retail, data centers and manufacturing. He is currently the director of Central Services for Google's Bay Area Portfolio where he oversees a team who is responsible for the facility management, critical environments, planning and other facilities services at one of the most innovative companies in the world. Having spent his career at the intersection of real estate, big data and technology, Darrell believes in using technology as an enabler for progress and optimization.

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Charles Whiteley ExxonMobil
Charles Whiteley Digital Lead for Environmental & Property Solutions (E&PS) Charles Whiteley is a relative newcomer to the CRE space but brings an external perspective and focus on technology and innovation garnered through 10
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Charles Whiteley
Digital Lead for Environmental & Property Solutions (E&PS)
ExxonMobil

Charles Whiteley is a relative newcomer to the CRE space but brings an external perspective and focus on technology and innovation garnered through 10+ years as a management consultant for Big 4 firms. At ExxonMobil, he is focused on smart building global strategy, digitally connected workers, immersive digital resident experience and maximizing the value that CRE generates for the firm’s business lines globally.

9:55 am - 10:15 am
Tech Talk – IMAGE RECOGNITION – Understanding the World of Computer Vision and Video Analytics
Video began with analog devices that recorded on VHS tape. Then these devices became digital, which gave us the ability to apply image processing and livestream. What if video cameras could actually interpret what they’re seeing and derive deeper context that triggers appropriate actions? For the past 10 years, the industry has been applying video analytics to time-based and spatial events to recognize patterns, but more recently we’ve evolved these devices to the stage where sophisticated graphics processors can apply algorithms and machine learning to literally tell us what they’re seeing. In this exciting session we’ll explore some of the technological advances and new use cases for this advanced technology.

Speaker:
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Mary Curtiss HP
Mary Curtiss Head of Sustainability
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Mary Curtiss
Head of Sustainability
HP

10:15 am - 10:45 am
Grand Ballroom
Morning Networking Break
10:45 am - 11:25 am
Grand Ballroom
VIRTUAL & AUGMENTED REALITY – Impacts to Design, Operations, Experience and Beyond
VR and AR technology has been around for a number of years. In the earliest announcements and demonstrations, the images were slow, blurry, cartoonish—and in most cases ineffective. Over time the technology has slowly gotten better and more industries are using it to enhance and speed up many processes. In the Corporate Real Estate and Facilities industry there are various uses for this technology: new and existing space design, facility tours, data visualization, equipment maintenance, scenario planning and others. This world-class panel of AR/VR experts will provide an industry update sharing state-of-the-art technological advancements as well as a discussion on leading edge case studies found within the built environment.

Moderator:
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Emily Olman SpatialFirst
Emily Olman CEO Emily Olman is CEO and Co-Founder of SpatialFirst, an AR Cloud platform for commercial real estate headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area. Previo
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Emily Olman
CEO
SpatialFirst

Emily Olman is CEO and Co-Founder of SpatialFirst, an AR Cloud platform for commercial real estate headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area. Previously, Olan founded Hopscotch Interactive, a real estate marketing company bringing new tech applications to the industry. She also serves as Co-President of the Bay Area AR/VR Association in California where she advocates and evangelizes for VR/AR market acceleration on a global scale.

11:25 am - 11:50 am
Grand Ballroom
Tech Talk – DIGITAL TWINS and Corporate Real Estate Information – Navigating the Hype
One of the most popular topics in the last 12-18 months has been Digital Twins and their potential in the built environment. Visualizing information in a virtual environment makes for easier understanding and better decision making. Whether it is design concepts, construction changes, operational processes, asset management, wayfinding or other creative applications to visualize building data, the opportunities are endless. With all the great ideas there are still issues keeping this from more mainstream adoption. Data collection, integrity, integration and cost must all be taken into consideration. This informative session will demonstrate current state, best of class, and a leading-edge case study.

Speakers:
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Franco Castaldini ThoughtWire
Franco Castaldini CCO Franco Castaldini is a veteran marketing, business development and product strategy executive who has led high-growth go-to-market strategies for inno
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Franco Castaldini
CCO
ThoughtWire

Franco Castaldini is a veteran marketing, business development and product strategy executive who has led high-growth go-to-market strategies for innovative startups and large global enterprises. He joins ThoughtWire as its Chief Commercial Officer from GE Digital where he led the commercial strategy for a high-productivity application development platform. Franco joined GE Digital with the acquisition of Bit Stew Systems, where he helped to position the company for rapid growth and their successful exit in late 2016 for $208 million.

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Claire Penny Wia
Claire Penny Commercial Director Claire Penny is a motivated self-starter who likes to shake the 'apple cart' and has a proven track record of applied innovation, global community and
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Claire Penny
Commercial Director
Wia

Claire Penny is a motivated self-starter who likes to shake the 'apple cart' and has a proven track record of applied innovation, global community and relationship building, quarterly revenue generation and operational cost efficiency. She is a strong advocate of the power of data and digital transformation, helping clients to realise their full digital potential and deliver on their digital strategies. Previously, she was IBM's Global Industry Leader for Watson IoT in Buildings.

11:50 am - 12:30 pm
Grand Ballroom
Corporate Real Estate, Workplace and Facility DATA – Insight, Analytics, AI and More
When Real Estate data is warehoused in spreadsheets and various disparate information systems, it is difficult to gain efficiency or insight. With Corporate Real Estate, Workplace and Facilities organizations moving closer to a place where data is standardized, normalized, integrated, interoperable and easily accessible, the power of the information is within reach and actionable. Architecture, integration and API strategies, next-gen analytics and ultimately Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are all issues to be considered when attempting to take full advantage of the power of the data contained in Real Estate and Facility systems. This informative segment will bring together those at the forefront of developing a sophisticated and comprehensive data strategy.

Moderator:
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Paul Ricci CohnReznick
Paul Ricci Partner/Global Enterprise Tech Solutions Paul Ricci is a principal with CohnReznick Advisory and the leader of CohnReznick’s Enterprise Technology Solutions group. Over the last eighteen yea
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Paul Ricci
Partner/Global Enterprise Tech Solutions
CohnReznick

Paul Ricci is a principal with CohnReznick Advisory and the leader of CohnReznick’s Enterprise Technology Solutions group. Over the last eighteen years, Paul has been a leader in the areas of IT strategy, business process optimization, major business transformation projects, data architecture, and system implementations, integrations and conversions for some of the largest companies in the US and abroad.

Speakers:
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Paul Maximuk Ford Land
Paul Maximuk Product Owner, Smart Building Technologies & Controls Paul Maximuk is the Product Owner as well as a technical SME at Ford Land, leading all BMS and controls integrations globally. He has over 30 years of
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Paul Maximuk
Product Owner, Smart Building Technologies & Controls
Ford Land
LinkedIn

Paul Maximuk is the Product Owner as well as a technical SME at Ford Land, leading all BMS and controls integrations globally. He has over 30 years of experience in the industry managing multiple types of energy systems and specializing in strategic smart building implementation and management. Paul’s expertise in the built environment spans real estate assets from large industrial facilities to Class A office buildings.

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Rudolph Reagin Deutsche Bank
Rudolph Reagin VP, Corp Services Program Lead Rudy Reagin is the Global Programme Lead for Deutsche Bank's Corporate Services. With more than thirty years of experience in IT, Rudy is currently re
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Rudolph Reagin
VP, Corp Services Program Lead
Deutsche Bank

Rudy Reagin is the Global Programme Lead for Deutsche Bank's Corporate Services. With more than thirty years of experience in IT, Rudy is currently responsible for the application architecture that supports lease administration, facilities management, space management, security operations, and a wide range of business services. In recent years, Rudy has driven a data warehousing and BI project that successfully integrates information from a range of sources to facilitate performance monitoring and decision support.

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Richard Sarkis Reonomy
Richard Sarkis CEO Richard Sarkis is CEO and co-founder of Reonomy, a commercial real estate data and analytics platform. Since the company’s founding in 2013, Sarkis ha
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Richard Sarkis
CEO
Reonomy

Richard Sarkis is CEO and co-founder of Reonomy, a commercial real estate data and analytics platform. Since the company’s founding in 2013, Sarkis has been instrumental in raising $68 million in venture capital and led Reonomy through a successful web-platform launch in New York City, as well as the launch of a second nationwide platform in 2017. An avid entrepreneur, Sarkis has launched numerous companies, including an international arbitrage textbook company, a college marketing network and an offshore tech company.

12:30 pm - 12:45 pm
Grand Ballroom
Tech Talk – Sustainable 21st Century Energy – Campus MICROGRIDS Advance
Today’s headlines include continuous mention of climate change, global warming, resource constraints and sustainability goals. Given that the built environment accounts for 40-45% of energy consumption and the majority of that energy comes from fossil fuels, it is easy to see the role buildings play in this crisis. Onsite energy production delivered by state-of-the-art technology including Artificial Intelligence, could play a major role in delivering on a sustainable future. For organizations with large footprints and multiple buildings, the next-gen microgrid is an option that improves every day. This session will include an overview of the world’s most advanced microgrid technologies followed by case studies of state-of-the-art campus projects.

Speaker:
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Bryan Huber CleanSpark
Bryan Huber COO Bryan Huber serves as the COO of CleanSpark a San Diego based technology company whose services enable large power users to meet their objectives for
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Bryan Huber
COO
CleanSpark

Bryan Huber serves as the COO of CleanSpark a San Diego based technology company whose services enable large power users to meet their objectives for utility cost savings, greenhouse gas reductions, and energy security while also unlocking revenue potential that boosts Net Operating Income and Net Asset Value for property owners. Bryan’s background includes executive positions spanning feasibility, design, finance, implementation, and operational stages of complex power projects.

12:45 pm - 1:35 pm
Grand Ballroom
Lunch
1:35 pm - 1:45 pm
Grand Ballroom
Tech Talk - DRONES
Technology is being developed at an unprecedented pace. This is true for the world at large and includes the buildings where we spend most of our time. New technologies will continue to impact our daily lives and it is important to understand how new concepts such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, augmented reality and others will specifically impact the way we use and interact with our buildings. These TECH TALK segments—facilitated by domain experts—are short technology briefings designed to provide a general overview. Within the next 24 months, these technologies will increase in relevance and number. Given the long and complex planning process for buildings, it is critical to include them in strategic discussions.

1:45 pm - 2:25 pm
Grand Ballroom
The App for Buildings – Delivering the Optimal DIGITAL OCCUPANT EXPERIENCE
We have all become accustomed to orchestrating our lives from our mobile devices. We order the car, purchase tickets, make reservations. Today, we can also locate parking, get through security, call the elevator, order coffee, schedule the yoga class, turn on the lights and adjust the temperature in our workspace. In the last 36 months, there has been extraordinary activity focused on the digital side of the Occupant Experience: app development. This growing phenomenon has also generated a great number of issues: build vs. buy for most successful application; security and privacy; complex integrations; and landlord vs. occupier roles and responsibilities. This timely event will gather multiple parties of the Occupant Experience App ecosystem who will discuss the relevant questions.

Speakers:
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David Berz LinkedIn
David Berz Head of Workplace Performance As head of Workplace Performance and Innovation, David Berz manages the technology and data teams that give Global Workplace Services the insight it n
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David Berz
Head of Workplace Performance
LinkedIn

As head of Workplace Performance and Innovation, David Berz manages the technology and data teams that give Global Workplace Services the insight it needs to drive incredible employee experiences. David’s team seeks innovative technologies that enhance the employee experiences in interacting with LinkedIn’s global real estate portfolio as well as providing data-informed decisions for Workplace Design and Construction.

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Mike Petrusky iOFFICE
Mike Petrusky Director of Events & Growth Marketing Mike Petrusky is host of the “Workplace Innovator Podcast” and Director of Events & Growth Marketing at iOFFICE. He joined iOFFICE in March of 2018 wi
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Mike Petrusky
Director of Events & Growth Marketing
iOFFICE
LinkedIn

Mike Petrusky is host of the “Workplace Innovator Podcast” and Director of Events & Growth Marketing at iOFFICE. He joined iOFFICE in March of 2018 with a mission to energize the company’s live events. He is a dynamic speaker, podcaster, and seasoned marketer who has a passion for sharing iOFFICE’s unique brand of thought leadership to CRE & FM leaders in the digital workplace

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Scott Phillips McDonald's
Scott Phillips Director, Corporate RE Scott Phillips is the Director, Corporate Real Estate for McDonald’s Corporation responsible for Real Estate, Facilities, Project Management, and Work
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Scott Phillips
Director, Corporate RE
McDonald's
LinkedIn

Scott Phillips is the Director, Corporate Real Estate for McDonald’s Corporation responsible for Real Estate, Facilities, Project Management, and Workplace Strategy for approximately 2 million SF of office portfolio. Scott and his team recently completed McDonald’s relocation from Oakbrook, IL to a newly developed 500,000 SF Global Headquarters in the West Loop of Chicago. Scott has over 25 years experience in Corporate Real Estate and Facilities with McDonald’s, U.S. Cellular, and State Farm Insurance.

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Steve Todd Nasdaq / Open Sourced Workplace
Steve Todd Sr. Managing Director & Global Head of Workplace Strategy Steve is a well-regarded International Executive, who ties financial and operational solutions with corporate strategy and margin improvement needs. H
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Steve Todd
Sr. Managing Director & Global Head of Workplace Strategy
Nasdaq / Open Sourced Workplace

Steve is a well-regarded International Executive, who ties financial and operational solutions with corporate strategy and margin improvement needs. He has extensive international experience leading teams and engaging clients across the United States and Europe. In January 2018, he founded Open Sourced Workplace, a professional network for business owners and workplace professionals seeking to maximize workplace productivity and employee experience.

2:25 pm - 2:40 pm
Grand Ballroom
Tech Talk – Sensors, Networking, Low Voltage and More – LIGHTING REimagined
Lighting is a fundamental indoor system. It is the only building system that touches every square foot of real estate. With this extraordinary footprint, it is poised to do much more. In recent years, lighting systems have sought to include sensors for motion, light and temperature. In the future, we will see smoke detection, gunshot detection and other emerging building automation functionality. Adding features such as microphones, cameras, network connectivity and WiFi will mean that lighting could find its way to the center of the connected building discussion. This Tech Talk will provide an update of the most cutting-edge lighting technologies, products and case studies.

2:40 pm - 3:20 pm
Grand Ballroom
CYBERSECURITY and the Built Environment – RECC, Best Practices and More
Cybersecurity is now an everyday conversation. The Apple iPhone hack in which malware sent texts, photos, GPS data and emails to an unknown server is just another example of this ever-growing problem. Cybersecurity is the next battlefield; the conversation relating to Cyber and the built environment has been going on for over five years. HVAC, lighting, access control, video cameras, parking gates and anything else connected to the network is now vulnerable to serious Cyber threats. Whether it is a disgruntled employee, mischievous teenagers or a nation state, Cybersecurity and buildings are now in the spotlight. This segment will focus on the Real Estate Cyber Consortium (RECC), developing best practices and more.

Moderator:
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Charles Meyers Wells Fargo - Corporate Property Group
Charles Meyers Chief Technical Architect
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Charles Meyers
Chief Technical Architect
Wells Fargo - Corporate Property Group
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Speaker:
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Francisco Ruiz Oracle
Francisco Ruiz Director of IoT, HQ As the Director of IoT, HQ for Real Estate and Facilities at Oracle, Francisco Ruiz is responsible for partnering with global teams to help design, se
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Francisco Ruiz
Director of IoT, HQ
Oracle

As the Director of IoT, HQ for Real Estate and Facilities at Oracle, Francisco Ruiz is responsible for partnering with global teams to help design, secure and guide the implementation of enterprise IoT Energy Solutions. Prior to Oracle, he consulted various Real Estate teams utilizing IoT for continuous improvement and sustainable business operations including Adobe, GSA, eBay, PayPal and NASA. He is active on various industry boards and organizations which supports his continuous pursuit of the most energy efficient and sustainable technologies.

3:20 pm - 3:35 pm
Grand Ballroom
Tech Talk - WiFi
4:05 pm - 4:45 pm
Grand Ballroom
FLEX SPACE AND COWORKING – Leveraging Densification, Efficiency and Experience
For years it has been well known that Corporate America—as well as companies around the globe—was not fully utilizing building space. For decades, 80 percent utilization was common and in recent years that number has dipped below 50 percent. This underutilization phenomenon in combination with the need for flexibility has fueled the Flex Space and Coworking revolution. Conveniences such as being able to locate and secure a desk from your phone are here to stay. That is just one example of using technology and data to maximize utilization and deliver an extraordinary experience. This enlightening segment will focus on this unstoppable trend and discuss which technology, automation and innovation tools are required to deliver a true 21st century experience.

Speakers:
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Sergey Gutkin IBS
Sergey Gutkin Director, PMO and Integrated Solutions Sergey Gutkin a proven leader with over 15 years of industry experience. He specializes in business development and operations management. He has succ
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Sergey Gutkin
Director, PMO and Integrated Solutions
IBS

Sergey Gutkin a proven leader with over 15 years of industry experience. He specializes in business development and operations management. He has successfully structured and executed various strategic programs across many large enterprise portfolios. In addition, he is responsible for continuously improving and growing the IBS Project Management Office while overseeing the operations at IBS.

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Paige Pitcher Hines
Paige Pitcher Innovation Associate Paige Pitcher is an urban planner, real estate developer and tech enthusiast. Currently at Hines Office of Innovation, she vets and launches new prod
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Paige Pitcher
Innovation Associate
Hines

Paige Pitcher is an urban planner, real estate developer and tech enthusiast. Currently at Hines Office of Innovation, she vets and launches new products, processes and technologies. Previous to joining Hines, she co-founded a planning and development company that built half a million square feet designed to stabilize neighborhoods and transform lives.

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Michael Sacro Siemens Gamesa
Michael Sacro Head of Real Estate - Americas
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Michael Sacro
Head of Real Estate - Americas
Siemens Gamesa

4:45 pm - 5:00 pm
Grand Ballroom
Tech Talk – 5G, CBRS: Ushering in the Next Generation of Mobility – A Market Overview
Two of the most fundamental changes to mobility in years, 5G and CBRS, are becoming more accessible every day. While already in place in other parts the world, this new telecommunication infrastructure is poised to significantly impact daily life in the United States. Faster speeds and lower latency mean more interactivity with mobile devices, as well as a new generation of IoT devices—many of them associated with buildings. Corporate Real Estate and Facility executives will need to work more closely with their IT counterparts in order to fully understand the issues, challenges and opportunities. More flexibility on the run will continue to impact real estate operations and use of space. This Tech Talk will provide an overview of the technology and first generation use cases.

Speaker:
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John Meko WiredScore
John Meko Director of Engineering, North America
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John Meko
Director of Engineering, North America
WiredScore

5:15 pm - 5:55 pm
Grand Ballroom
Convenience & Efficiency vs. Surveillance – Defining PRIVACY in Highly Connected Buildings
We carry one of the most sophisticated sensing and data gathering devices in our pockets: the mobile phone. Now building systems are being designed with sensors, microphones and cameras to increase their usefulness. For the first time in history, humans and devices will all be connected to a singular, integrated network—while data analysis platforms such as AI and Machine Learning are being applied to these massive data sets. Fundamentally, this means that buildings will be smarter, more efficient and engaging than ever before. However, it also means that surveillance capabilities will expand exponentially. Our world-class panel will discuss all the obvious (as well as unintended) consequences relating to privacy in the built environment.

Moderator:
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Jim Young Realcomm
Jim Young Co-Founder & CEO Founder of Realcomm Conference Group, an education organization that produces Realcomm, IBcon and CoRE Tech, the world's leading conferences on techno
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Jim Young
Co-Founder & CEO
Realcomm
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Founder of Realcomm Conference Group, an education organization that produces Realcomm, IBcon and CoRE Tech, the world's leading conferences on technology, automated business solutions, intelligent buildings and energy efficiency for the commercial and corporate real estate industry. As CEO, Jim interacts with some of the largest companies globally pertaining to some of the most advanced and progressive next generation real estate projects under development.

Speakers:
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Shahryar Shaghaghi CohnReznick
Shahryar Shaghaghi Principal, Nat'l Leader Cybersecurity Shahryar Shaghaghi, a Principal with CohnReznick Advisory and national leader of itsCybersecurity and Privacy Practice, is focused on helping clients
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Shahryar Shaghaghi
Principal, Nat'l Leader Cybersecurity
CohnReznick
LinkedIn

Shahryar Shaghaghi, a Principal with CohnReznick Advisory and national leader of itsCybersecurity and Privacy Practice, is focused on helping clients with their cybersecurity strategy and transformation programs. By leveraging his extensive technology and risk management leadership experience garnered from his tenure with major consulting and financial services companies and his solid track record with complex and global implementations, Shahryar has successfully helped chief technology, risk, compliance, legal, finance, operations, and security officers achieve their goals and optimize their critical and strategic programs.

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Lee Tien Electronic Frontier Foundation
Lee Tien Senior Staff Attorney and Adams Chair for Internet Rights
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Lee Tien
Senior Staff Attorney and Adams Chair for Internet Rights
Electronic Frontier Foundation