June 13 | 8:00 am - 11:30 am | Milano
The CRE Cybersecurity Forum will assess cybersecurity best practices for the built environment and bring together industry thought leaders to address the most high-impact cyber threats and OT ransomware attacks building owners and operators face today. Much of the content for this event will be developed by the ongoing work of the Real Estate Cyber Consortium (RECC).
June 13 | 12:00 pm - 3:30 pm | Milano
The Realcomm CIO Roundtable (by-invitation only) is an unrivaled networking and learning experience that will address the complex issues related to the massive behavioral shifts in our workforce, from driving dexterity across the organization to the challenges associated with configurating the workplace of the future. This interactive and collaborative event will sharpen your IT leadership skills to support mission-critical priorities and broaden your perspectives alongside other commercial real estate IT executives.
June 13 | 3:00 pm - 5:45 pm | Neopolitan II
Digital transformation has been going on for the past 20 years, which was accelerated by the pandemic. Now, everyone is trying to define the new normal and the workplace is getting a lot of significant attention. This symposium will focus on everything hybrid and immersive, ranging from 3D video conferencing to digital online workplaces.
June 13 | 3:30 pm - 6:00 pm | Solerno
Realcomm recognizes the vital role that the venture capital community plays in shaping the future of commercial real estate technology. At the June conference, we will feature a VC Lounge to foster interactions and collaborations between participating VCs and the Realcomm | IBcon community. Our inaugural VC Lounge promises to be an exciting platform for ideation, knowledge-sharing and networking.
June 13 | 1:30 pm - 6:00 pm | Neopolitan I
The IB Boot Camp provides a unique learning opportunity for those wishing to understand the numerous attributes of a smarter building strategy. Industry use cases for design, development and management of smart, energy-efficient, high-performance buildings will be presented and time-tested principles for modern IP enabled, IoT connected facilities will be presented. This is a must attend event for anyone involved with creating and executing a strategy for smarter buildings.
June 13 | 1:30 pm - 6:00 pm | Neopolitan III
Designing and delivering a truly smart building involves the integration of many complex and disparate systems that must work together to make a building operate. This highly focused Summit provides a great opportunity to network with industry peers and learn about the impact of new building standards and regulations, while expanding on traditional integrator services.
June 13 | 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm | Pisa
Network communications have always been the foundational building block of innovation. Without robust and scalable “highways,” applications and solutions cannot evolve. Getting wireless communications deep inside buildings has long been a challenge. This new precon event will provide a deep dive into both the challenges and opportunities for building owners and operators with respect to 5G, CBRS and other emerging inbuilding wireless technologies, one of the foundational building blocks of innovation.
June 13 | 1:30 pm - 6:00 pm | Verona
Propelled by new regulatory requirements and increased investor scrutiny, ESG and especially, environmental sustainability, had been elevated to “top of mind” for many commercial real estate professionals. This new precon event will address technology’s role in driving sustainability decisions and provide insights on aligning people, profit and purpose in the built environment. Technology platforms, energy benchmarking and reporting tools, carbon footprint reduction strategies and sustainability performance improvement areas will be addressed.
June 13 | 1:30 pm - 6:00 pm | Sorrento
The debate goes all the way back to Tesla vs. Edison. In the end, Tesla won, and our world has been powered by alternating current ever since. Because of recent advancements and an increased interest in more sustainable power, low voltage is increasingly being considered as an option to power devices in buildings. This Roundtable will focus on a variety of issues ranging from technical opportunities and challenges as well as business and environmental drivers.