Digitalization driver COVID-19: Smart real estate solutions more important than everThe current pandemic has given a major boost to the digitalization of buildings, real estate services and the entire real estate industry. Long overdue, as many experts agree. However, not all market players are facing this development with the same degree of sovereignty
Tanja Severin, responsible for the consulting business at Siemens Real Estate, and Markus Mildner, Head of Global Sales at Siemens Smart Infrastructure, demonstrated during the live stream event Munich digital marketplace ("Marktplatz München digital") why it is essential to invest in smart technology right now.
Contents of the panel discussion:
· Which digital real estate solutions does Siemens currently pursue
· Smart workplace solutions in the context of the pandemic
· Technology that puts the building user at the center
· More sustainability through digital solutions
· Digital twins and their possibilities
· The capabilities of buildings as active participants in the energy system
· The advantages of end-to-end digital solutions along the building life cycle
· The potential for value enhancement through smart building technology
Digital Solution Competence High²
Siemens Real Estate and Siemens Smart Infrastructure are a strong team. The Siemens units combine the digitalization and technology competencies of Siemens with the know-how of a globally acting Corporate Real Estate Manager. Technology provider, operator, tenant - the diverse roles ensure a unique combination of competencies and a wealth of experience. Not least because the solutions offered are first tested in-house.
Digitalization helps to realize the potential of real estate. With the help of digital building solutions, real estate becomes an active corporate asset and thus makes a significant contribution to economic success.Tanja Severin, responsible for the consulting business at Siemens Real Estate
While 99% of infrastrucutre isn`t smart enough, technologically speaking digitalization can make it more flexible and fast to respond. Data exchange will be the key in making smart buildings more adaptable to change, while actively contributing to the experience and success of its stakeholders.Markus Mildner, Head of Global Sales at Siemens Smart Infrastructure
Munich Digital Marketplace
Live-Stream-Event: "The New Normal: The pandemic as game changer and catalyst in the real estate sector."
The panel discussion took place in the context of the Munich Digital Marketplace (="Marktplatz München digital") on October 14, 2020. The Munich real estate industry had invited to this live stream event, which was broadcasted from the Siemens Headquarters in Munich. Due to strict distance and hygiene measures, only the panelists were on site. Participation was free for the more than 400 dialed-in listeners.
You had no opportunity to participate live? No problem - at the web page of Munich digital Marketplace you can find the program overview and the recordings of all speakers (no registration necessary; German language only).