15:25 on 20 May 2020
From automated to cognitive buildings: what enabling technologies can help you realise the transition and better manage your buildings? And how fast can it happen?
Cordless Unified Communications and Active Networks Consultant, Nick Henley, will share some current thinking on using technology to manage our buildings and on getting the workplace ready to welcome people back.
Many discussions are now taking place about how technology is responding to the needs of those who continue to work in the COVID age. It has long been said that necessity is the mother of invention and the extensive grip that Coronavirus has had on the world is likely to change how we approach business forever. With social contact and movement limited to avoid the spread of the pandemic, we have been needing to find effective methods of working together even when we’re not physically together. And what happens to our buildings when we are not in them?
Nick will highlight how workplace environments and cognitive technology can work together to support companies with large offices, how to effectively maximise available spaces and support employees in getting back to work safely.
Nick will talk through some key steps to deploying technology to assist business post lockdown. Get ready for a fascinating discussion on cognitive buildings in the COVID age with tech at the centre of the storm.
Date: Thu, 30 Apr 2020 17:50:00 +0000 GMT