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About The Presentation:

With rapidly advancing building solutions driven by AI, Machine Learning and advanced building controls, we are potentially standing on the precipice of a new era of smart autonomous buildings.  In this session we will explore how new tech is driving truly connected innovation including digital twins, prescriptive building controls based upon utilization intent and rapid acceptance of smart building technology such as sensors in our day-to-day facility operations.

In this session we will:
•    Learn how Building Automation Systems (BAS) can optimize any assets such as HVAC, lighting by leveraging real-time and predicted space and occupancy data.
•    Gain insight into how digital twin can provide a system of record for facility asset catalogs and workflows.
•    Discover how data and analytics can provide deeper facility insights and support predictive operations.
•    Explore how the Integration of access controls and critical event management can support enhanced life safety & occupant experience.

About The Speaker:

Brian Haines is a twenty five year veteran of marketing, product management, and strategy of Cloud and desktop products specifically created for the building industry.  Brian is currently the Chief Strategy Office (CSO) at FM:Systems where he manages all aspects of industry and product strategy and planning.  Brian writes extensively on the topic of emerging workplace technologies and is contributes monthly articles  for the Forbes Business Development Council. Brian is a frequent speaker and has presented at events such as Autodesk University, IFMA World Workplace, Tradeline, NFMT, CFTA and the AIA convention. Brian currently serves as co-chair for the National Institute of Building Science (NIBS) COBie Work Group. Brian also is an active board member for the International Facility Management Association (IFMA) Information Technology Council.

Prior to joining FM:Systems, Brian was an Industry Marketing Manager in the Building Industry Group at Autodesk.  His primary responsibilities included the Go-To-Market execution for the Autodesk Building Design Suite and several key Cloud Initiatives.  Brian has a Bachelor’s of Architecture degree from the University of Arizona.

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