Welcome to IoT Day Slam 2020 Virtual Internet of Things Conference - April 9th, Online, in the Cloud

Panel: Smart Tenant Solutions For Smart Buildings Operations

Leonard Lee - Managing Director, neXt Curve
Harry Smeenk - Founder, Smart Buildings Online LLC
09 Apr 2020
11:30 - 12:15
Keynote Room

Panel: Smart Tenant Solutions For Smart Buildings Operations

Abstract:

Smart buildings not only help building owner’s reduce costs, they also help tenants with smart solutions that keep them happy. Applications for personal control of lighting, HVAC, access control, and much more all start with one common thing, IoT devices such as sensors, actuators, software and computer devices. Find out how the IoT Community is leading the smart building revolution. Hear how new and innovative applications are unifying the in-building experience. These then are integrated with evolving AI solutions to improve the overall quality of experience. We will begin with an overview of what many consider the smartest building in the USA at this time – District 555 and then explore how IoT devices, apps and smart technology make all this possible.

Background:

The IoT Community continues to shape and advance the narrative around IoT in Smart Buildings; at the IoT Day Slam 2020 conference, IoT Community will take the opportunity to unveil it’s newly formed Smart Building IoT Center of Excellence (SBIoTCoE) framework, helping Improve the occupant’s Quality of Experience (QoE), increase the owner’s revenues, and lower operational costs through the adoption and application of IoT solutions in smart buildings. The CoE will work with the various stakeholders and industry leaders to develop and improve in-building IoT strategies and implementations. Provide learnings, best practices, and technical information to speed the decision making and implementation of IoT solutions within buildings. This panel will discuss how IoT is enabling buildings to become smarter and presents a person-centric seamless experience enabled by interoperable devices, systems and applications that exchange actionable data as needed. The panel will discuss how IoT devices and applications facilitate data capture and actuation, bringing bricks and mortar to digital life.

Speakers:

Moderator:
Harry Smeenk, Founder, Smart Buildings Online LLC

Panelists:
Leonard Lee, Managing Director, neXt Curve

Harry Smeenk has over 30 years of industry experience in wireline, wireless and IP network design, development, deployment and integration. He has led product development, business development, engineering, installation, and field service organizations across the country working in start-up and medium-size wireless construction and deployment companies, as well as larger corporations such as Nortel Networks, Goodman Networks and others. He has provided IoT and next-generation networking and wireless consulting expertise to numerous companies, started and sold 3 wireless construction and maintenance companies, and has held various executive-level leadership positions across the information and communications technology industry. Harry earned his Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of North Carolina (UNC) – Chapel Hill, NC He earned his Bachelor of Science (BS) in Business Management from St. John Fisher College, Rochester, NY.

Leonard Lee is the managing director and founder of neXt Curve. With over 25 years as a management consultant and industry analyst, Mr. Lee is a former managing partner with Gartner Inc. and associate partner with IBM and PwC who has advised and delivered emerging technology and business solutions to leading enterprises across a broad range of industries including entertainment & media, telecommunications, financial services, energy, pharmaceutical, and consumer and commercial high-tech. Leonard has extensive experience helping Global 500 companies drive business innovation and value through digital technologies, and has helped top technology vendors with their go-to-market strategies for their digital products and services. His specialties include IT & business strategy and governance, digital business innovation, market strategy & analytics, emerging technology and ICT industry research, business transformation & change management, program management, enterprise architecture and M&A/divestitures. Leonard is an executive fellow with the Drucker School of Management’s Center for the Future of Organization and is also an influencer on LinkedIn with over 180,000 followers and a network of over 8,000 Global 500 executives.

 

 

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