The IoT Transformation of Buildings

Sep 13, 2016 - 2:00 PM EDT
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The global market for smart home and intelligent building technologies continues to grow as customers embrace solutions that deliver information for increased comfort, cost savings, efficiency, and sustainability. The Internet of Things (IoT) trend is creating a new reality where disparate building technologies, outside data sources, and analytics tools are tightly integrated into cloud-based solutions. This convergence of technologies and analytics yields an ecosystem where business and residential data fuel enterprise growth and personal comfort and productivity. But the cybersecurity threat that is increasing with the exploding number of devices connecting to multiple systems must be addressed to encourage wider adoption of IoT solutions.

This webinar features Ben Freas and Neil Strother, principal research analysts with Guidehouse Insights, along with Tom Luecke, Director of Network Product Management at Silver Spring Networks and Marc Petock, Vice President of Marketing at Lynxspring. The discussion explores key facets of emerging IoT technologies and how market dynamics defines the smart home and intelligent buildings of the future. It also explores the dangers of IoT initiatives from a cybersecurity standpoint, as well as the ways these threats are being thwarted.

  • IoT
  • Cybesecurity
  • Energy management
  • Operational efficiency
  • Comfort
  • Productivity
  • What defines IoT in buildings?
  • How does IoT deliver data and better information?
  • What are the cybersecurity risks of an IoT strategy or deployment?
  • How to thwart IoT cybersecurity threats
  • What is the role of IoT for residential buildings and small and medium commercial buildings?
  • How does IoT change the relationship between buildings and energy management?
  • Building owners
  • Building managers
  • Utility program managers
  • IoT technology vendors
  • Intelligent building solution providers
  • Building automation industry stakeholders
  • Regulators considering IoT rules and frameworks