Those of you familiar with my background know that it is in real estate technology. Those of you that understand my present passion know that it is in disruptive technologies, most of them enabled by the Internet of things.
June 21-24, 2016 I attended RealComm/IBCon 2016, the world’s largest real estate technology conference. During the conference I had the opportunity to meet and talk to the most brilliant thought leaders in real estate. A few of them stepped in front of the lens to share their views and the videos were posted on my Facebook page. Here they are for you to browse.
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In this clip I talk with Jim Young, Co-Founder and CEO of Realcomm following the Realcomm 2016
opening session. Topics covered in the opening session included robots, drones, wearable technology, autonomous vehicles, artificial intelligence, Internet of things, big data, intelligent building solutions, the shared economy and much more.
This is a quick peak at the #SmartBuilding
showcase at Realcomm/IBcon 2016. Real value generation. Real ROI. Real impact on asset NOI. All the big names are in this game. Companies represented in the case studies include Intel, Google, Microsoft, Cisco, Stanford University, and that’s just the ones with space here in Silicon Valley. Shanghai Tower, multiple buildings in Australia including Barangaroo South in Sydney, are some international buildings. The world is on board with IoT solutions for the building. Are you in the game?
Check out this demo of Microsoft HoloLens by Jordan Lawver from Trimble
at RealComm. The future is here: #augmentedreality
that creates real value.
The tours following RealComm/IBCon 2016 both impressed and inspired. I toured the new Stanford University Central Energy Facility and interviewed Gerry Hamilton, Director of Facilities Energy Management at Stanford University’s Department of Sustainability & Energy Management. This is the place that provides the hot and cold water pumped all over campus to heat and cool buildings, labs and the new hospital. Everything is state of the art. I invite you all to learn more at https://sustainable.stanford.edu/
In this interview I speak with Cityzenith CEO Michael Jansen at Realcomm 2016. The Cityzenith solution provides what they call ‘Big data for the built environment’ and Michael and his team won one of this year’s Digie awards. Note: The video got cut, so it jumps from talking about the property to the individual sensor, but you can look at floors too.
In this video I catch up with Eric Stromquist and Kenneth Smyers, the hosts of the ControlTalk podcast and show. It’s the place to hear about the latest in #cretech #smartbuilding
and many other related topics in the real estate industry. Check it out at www.controltrends.org