On average, people spend 90% of their lives inside buildings – office buildings, schools, hospitals and homes. Buildings represent one of the largest capital expenses for businesses, second only to salaries paid to employees.
It’s no surprise that property owners and managers are constantly seeking new ways to make buildings more efficient, sustainable, safer and more comfortable. Most buildings have some level of intelligence built in, whether HVAC, lighting, or fire safety. But today, it’s possible to get more from building data, and ultimately, make better decisions.
But how do you cross the chasm into the smart building sphere? Through breaking down silos and reducing over-complexity in the building’s supply chain ecosystem. From commercial real estate owners, to designers, to system integrators, to facility managers, to its occupants – we are all striving to be smarter, faster, intuitive.
Cyril Perducat - EVP IoT & DO, Schneider Electric
Patrick Fichou - CEO, Hxperience
Thomas Pagbé - Lead Editorialist, IT For Business et Informatique News
Annick Villeneuve - Real Estate Cluster Director, Schneider Electric
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