16 Experts Featured in Realcomm EDGE Magazine: Wells Fargo, Boxer Property, Georgia Tech, Oxford Properties and More
The COVID-19 crisis created an unprecedented disruption in workplace models, procedures and locations. Building owners have responded with remote-work technologies and processes in preparation for a future where working from home is more commonplace. Those reopening office space are implementing new health-safety measures to monitor employee, visitor and customer wellbeing.
The August 2020 issue of Realcomm EDGE magazine features 16 industry authors covering topics from COVID-19 strategy and response to intelligent buildings, cybersecurity, augmented reality and other transformational tech.
Effective Data Privacy: Improving Customer Trust in the COVID-19 Era
CohnReznick Principal, Cybersecurity and Privacy National Leader Shahryar Shaghaghi examines how building owners are responding to the pandemic, implementing remote-work technologies and preparing for a future where WFH will be commonplace.
Inside this issue
- Changi Airport: Singapore's Destination Location Within A Smart City
- Deploying a Smart Building Program During COVID-19
- Managing Buildings in the New Normal: Technology Plays Critical Role
- Privacy in Buildings: Is China Technology Showing Us the Future?
- Cloud Architecture Matters: Are You Future-Proof Ready?
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Reopening Campuses Safely and Lessons Learned from Lockdown: University of Nebraska-Lincoln The University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) strives to offer students the best university experience possible. When COVID-19 impacted campus in March 2020, classes shifted to remote mode. The experience of students and faculty was not optimal during the last few weeks of the Spring 2020 semester.
Emerging COVID Technologies Showcased at Realcomm | IBcon 2020 Hybrid Event In March, we needed to make a critical decision about the annual Realcomm | IBcon conference. Our options were postponing to 2021 or holding a virtual event. In many respects pushing to 2021 would have been an easier decision. But after much thoughtful conversation and debate, we surfaced a third option: Adapt an onsite event in combination with a virtual, and we decided to move forward with
Artificial Intelligence: The Most Cost-Efficient Way to Decrease Your Building’s Energy Consumption It is expected that 1 in every 10 vehicles globally will be self-driving by 2030, according to Statista. What’s more, marketing firm ABI projects that eight million driverless cars will be added to the road in 2025. Innovation in the transportation sector has been progressing rapidly, in part thanks to the agile start-up world and fast-moving giants, such as Tesla and Google.
Kilroy Realty Corporation: Health and Sustainability During COVID-19 Healthy buildings are a key component of many commercial real estate sustainability programs, which seek to bridge smart buildings and human health while still minimizing their environmental footprints. A focus on health is important because clear scientific research indicates that the buildings we occupy shape our productivity and health outcomes. Unsurprisingly, what has changed in recent months is the focus on buildings as a potential environment to either aggravate or mitigate viral transmis