The latest topics. The most important innovations.
Jon Lester will be joined by industry experts to discuss the smart buildings of the future. Buildings that are safer, more sustainable, provide healthier and more productive environments and become active contributors to success of its stakeholders.
"We'll discuss the market trends shaping the industry, and the innovators leading the charge towards smart buildings that can interact with their occupants, learn from them and ultimately adapt to their changing needs" says Jon Lester, the host of Buildings of tomorrow.
If you want to stay up to date on the topics that shape your business, Buildings of tomorrow is the ideal source of information to keep you on the forefront of the construction industry.
A new understanding of people productivity
Our understanding of people productivity is changing profoundly. Flexible oﬃces, the merging of work and private life and the role of the building itself are key elements to understanding this change. Franziska Dolak, Innovation Manager at Siemens Smart Infrastructure, talks about a fresh approach towards people productivity.
The Digital Twin: adding value across the entire lifecycle
Throughout the planning and construction phase, the Digital Twin fills many rolls to realize value for all stakeholders. But it’s through the operation phase where the Digital Twin can make the largest impact. By bringing together static and dynamic data, the Digital Twin can deliver significant improvements in building performance. Markus Winterholer walks us through the phases of the Digital Twin and how it enables us to operate buildings in new, more efficient ways.
Data Analytics: Making better, transparent and scalable decisions
Data analytics is a well-known term in everyday life. But what does data analytics mean in the building industry, and what opportunities can it provide? Tyson Soutter, Global Business Development Manager for Digitalization at Siemens Smart Infrastructure, discusses what data analytics really does and how it can improve the way we operate buildings.