Technical foundations of smart: How to create a smart building that works.

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3 / 8 / 2022

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If The Walls Could Talk is a series of conversations about smart buildings, connecting key thinkers in the property world with each other, and you.

You’ll hear from landlords and developers, advisors and tenants in the smart building space all of whom bring their unique perspective on what the term smart building actually means and what it takes to create a smart building that works.

The series follows four key themes throughout and leaves you with practical takeaways from each conversation.

  1. How to approach creating a smart building.
  2. User-first design: How to create a smart building that delivers.
  3. Technical foundations of smart: How to create a smart building that works
  4. Smart and sustainability: Reducing the environmental impact of the built environment

“The future of the built environment is smart. Not implementing technology for technology’s sake, but the result of a conversation amongst tenants, owners and technologists focused on the outcomes that the users of buildings actually want”.

As the world becomes more tech-centric, how can landlords integrate technology into buildings to increase tenant productivity and drive operational efficiency?

The third topic of ‘If The Walls Could Talk’ discusses why it’s important to look at a smart building as a whole and how the hardware, software, services and procedures required for success must be considered together. It answers questions around how to create a best-in-class building network, provide all users with ubiquitous connectivity and create clear and structured governance frameworks that protect all users within the building.

We discuss how to prioritize user stories in order to create the best experiences for all building users by understanding the value of amenities, how best to integrate different technologies and the value of data in a smart building.

Technological foundations: how to create a smart building that works. Episode 1.

In this episode, Jules Barker, WiredScore's Global Director of Product speaks to Silvia Llanes, Director of Innovation and Development at Gmp, one of Spain’s leading property-owning real estate groups that has the first WiredScore and SmartScore certification building in Spain.

Listen to find out how Gmp ensure their buildings are fit for the future, the importance of the new generation entering the workplace and how they use existing data from across their portfolio to develop new buildings.
A conversation with Silvia Llanes, Director of Innovation and Development at Gmp
In this episode, Jules Barker, WiredScore's Global Director of Product speaks to Silvia Llanes, Director of Innovation and Development at Gmp, one of Spain’s leading property-owning real estate groups that has the first WiredScore and SmartScore certification building in Spain.

Listen to find out how Gmp ensure their buildings are fit for the future, the importance of the new generation entering the workplace and how they use existing data from across their portfolio to develop new buildings.

Episode 2.

In this episode, Arie Barendrecht, WiredScore's Global Founder and CEO speaks to Martin Frohock, Global Workplace Innovation, Technology and Design Senior Manager at Arm, one of the world's largest semiconductor and software design companies, and a global occupier.

Hear how Arm are pioneering a data-driven experience in the workplace to deliver a people-first occupancy strategy, with a holistic approach to measuring the value of their worldwide real estate footprint.
A conversation with Martin Frohock, Global Workplace Innovation, Technology and Design Senior Manager, ARM
In this episode, Arie Barendrecht, WiredScore's Global Founder and CEO speaks to Martin Frohock, Global Workplace Innovation, Technology and Design Senior Manager at Arm, one of the world's largest semiconductor and software design companies, and a global occupier.

Hear how Arm are pioneering a data-driven experience in the workplace to deliver a people-first occupancy strategy, with a holistic approach to measuring the value of their worldwide real estate footprint.

Episode 3.

In this episode, Jules Barker speaks to Marc Gille, the CEO of Thing Technologies, the company behind Thing-it: The smart building management platform that brings together mobile technology, Cloud, the Internet of Things, big data and artificial intelligence into one single platform.

We discuss how landlords should focus on the stakeholders and work out what's needed by each user before deploying technologies, big data and today’s digitalisation requirements.
A conversation with Marc Gille, CEO of Thing Technologies
In this episode, Jules Barker speaks to Marc Gille, the CEO of Thing Technologies, the company behind Thing-it: The smart building management platform that brings together mobile technology, Cloud, the Internet of Things, big data and artificial intelligence into one single platform.

We discuss how landlords should focus on the stakeholders and work out what's needed by each user before deploying technologies, big data and today’s digitalisation requirements.

Episode 4.

In this episode, Arie Barendrecht wraps up the topic of Technical Foundations: How to create a smart building that works with Jules Barker, WiredScore's Global Director of Product and Sanj Ranasinghe WiredScore's Global Director of Research and Development.

They discuss the key themes and learnings from the previous episodes, including the value of data, how it's important to get the balance of infrastructure and experience right and why a building should stand for something before it can be built.
Arie Barendrecht, Jules Barker and Sanj Ranasinghe wrap up the topic.
In this episode, Arie Barendrecht wraps up the topic of Technical Foundations: How to create a smart building that works with Jules Barker, WiredScore's Global Director of Product and Sanj Ranasinghe WiredScore's Global Director of Research and Development.

They discuss the key themes and learnings from the previous episodes, including the value of data, how it's important to get the balance of infrastructure and experience right and why a building should stand for something before it can be built.
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