Day One

TUESDAY 28 NOVEMBER 2017

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08:15
Registration and welcome coffee
08:50
Opening remarks from the chair

Bruce Duyshart
Director
Meld Strategies

STATE OF THE MARKET – THE NEW REAL
09:00
Smart Buildings – Is this the new normal?

Technology is providing new opportunities for investors, tenants, designers and managers of smart, sustainable buildings. Are we finally witnessing the emergence of a new quality of assets that are truly smarter than their predecessors? This presentation will introduce the topic of Smart Buildings and what we can expect the future to hold.

  • Smart Buildings defined
  • What are the drivers of a Smart Building design?
  • Who are the stakeholders who will benefit from a Smart Building?
  • What the key technologies can you expect to find in a Smart Building?
     

Bruce Duyshart
Director
Meld Strategies

09:25
The IoT Wave: Why we need smart buildings and why we should want them now
  • Quantifying and qualifying the IoT opportunity
  • Macro-drivers of smart buildings
  • Opportunities for IoT in buildings
  • Discuss the "why not" - why has this technology not scaled up to now?

 

Joseph Aamidor
Managing Director
Aamidor Consulting

09:55
Technology integration with property and value impacts

Belinda Cooney
Division Director
Macquarie Capital 

10:10
Panel: Market Sectors – Who's getting smarter faster?

This panel will hear from a range of industry experts as to the gains they are seeing in their market sector. Who’s leading? Who’s falling behind?

  • Residential
  • Commercial
  • Industrial
  • Retail

 

Panel Moderator: 

Bruce Duyshart
Director
Meld Strategies

Panellists: 

Aidan Coleman
Chief Technology Officer
Charter Hall

Richard Schutte
Director of Customer and Community Led Innovation
National Australia Bank

John Preece
Head of Occupier Solutions
Knight Frank Australia

Nicole Fitzgerald
Director, Workplace Strategy, Pacific
CBRE

10:50
Networking break and showcase viewing
NEW BUSINESS MODELS AND PARTNERSHIPS
11:20
Evolving business models – How technology is reshaping the property industry

Technological innovation is radically changing how and where people choose to work, live and play on a global scale, essentially forcing us to rethink the built environment--and our place in it.

We take a look at the three emerging trends that are reshaping the way people will use real estate in the future.

  • Mobility – how the work from anywhere trend is transforming the utilisation of traditional spaces
  • Collaboration – How the new  collaborative economy is reshaping CRE demand and use
  • Transport – Impact of autonomous vehicles, self-driving cars, ride sharing on building design
  • New business models that can deliver against building owner expectations

 

Richard Schutte
Director of Customer and Community Led Innovation
National Australia Bank

11:45
Smart buildings: How IoT technology aims to add value for real estate companies

Yesterday, the value of commercial real estate was all in location. Tomorrow, much of it will be in data. How can CRE companies use data to build relationships with customers and suppliers and improve the tenant experience?

Why the future of CRE just may be in location, information and analytics

Andrea Roberts
Head of Asset Management Office and Logistics
GPT

12:10
Rethinking value creation – a circular economy perspective
  • Thinking intelligently about the assets for the future
  • Whole of life considerations when developing resilient, sustainable buildings
  • Smarter building optimisation through life-cycle planning
  • How the IoT could enable a less resource-dependent and circular economy that is  restorative and regenerative by design, bolstering smarter economic growth and improved infrastructure

Richard Griffiths
Head of Industry Engagement
Edge Environment

12:35
From smart buildings to smart property management, smart tenancy and smart property ownership
  • What are the trends and technology disrupting the property investment cycle for owners, real estate agencies, property managers and tenants?
  • Gain insights on how changing consumer expectations, economic factors, generational and regulatory change as well as technology will reinvent the property ownership-leasing journey.

Tim Molloy
Chief Executive Officer
Console Group

 

13:00
Disrupting Real Estate: Panel debate

Real estate is among the next tranche of sectors due to face major disruption as a result of technology. Users of real estate – from millennial workers to a generation of more IT-savvy finance directors – are demanding more from their buildings.

It is vital that businesses understand the forces driving this revolution and they take steps to prepare themselves or risk being left behind.

This session will highlight a range of technologies that are disrupting other industries and are likely to impact the property industry.

  • Standards
  • Cost of computing
  • Internet of Things
  • Cloud Computing
  • Big Data
  • Robotics
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Drones

Panel Moderator:

Robin Mellon
Chief Executive Officer
Supply Chain Sustainability School

Panelists:
Joseph Aamidor

Managing Director
Aamidor Consulting

Paul Edwards
General Manager Workplace Experiences, Office and Industrial
Mirvac

Stuart Brown
Director and Chief Executive Officer
BlackWall

Tim Molloy
Chief Executive Officer
Console Group

Linda Rudd
Senior Director, Asset Management Services
Knight Frank Australia

13:40
Lunch and showcase viewing
13:40 - 15:55
Afternoon Roundtable Sessions

Attendees will have the option of attending 3 of 10 concurrent sessions (25 min per session).

Roundtables are interactively moderated group discussions where delegates get the chance to debate and discover common issues, challenges and solutions. Delegates can select to participate in 3 of the 10 roundtable sessions.


Roundtable 1: The ROI of an smart building  

Joe Aamidor
Managing Director 
Aamidor Consulting


Roundtable 2: Enhancing the tenant/occupier experience  

John Preece 
Head of Occupier Solutions 
Knight Frank Australia


Roundtable 3: Designing our buildings with long-term maintenance in mind from the beginning 

Stefan Schwab
Executive General Manager, Building Technologies Division
Siemens Ltd


Roundtable 4: Building Management Systems (BMS) Optimisation, Efficiencies and Management

Bill Marlow
Consultant
VRT Systems


Roundtable 5BIM for smart built environments

David Murray
Customer Insights & Innovation Manager
Operational Intelligence


Roundtable 6: Your roadmap to a Smart Building

Bruce Duyshart 
Director 
Meld Strategies


Roundtable 7: Security and privacy considerations

Jon Piercey
Sales Director, Security & Intelligence
NUIX 


Roundtable 8: Understanding and overcoming the challenges facing building owners in achieving a successful smart integrated building technology outcome for stakeholders  

Andrew Quenby 
Associate Director 
IBMS 


Roundtable 9: Retrofitting: making an existing building smart - the challenges and the benefits

Ian Cashen
Director of Building
Sydney Opera House


Roundtable 10: Improving energy and water consumption through automatic real-time energy management

Doug Ross-Munro
Managing Director
econtrol

Jonathon Ignacz
System Support
econtrol

Chris Wijesinghe
Business Development Manager
econtrol

15:55
Networking break and showcase viewing
CONNECTIVITY AND DATA
16:20
Connected devices and data gathering in smart buildings
  • How much of a building is now connected?
  • Understanding what data is important – from space utilisation, security, energy management and more
  • Our buildings, our data… maybe not:  who collects, owns, controls and sells building generated data
  • How is data changing business models in commercial real estate

Deb Noller
Chief Executive Officer
Switch Automation

16:45
The human perspective of the data challenge
  • Challenges with harnessing the avalanche of data that is now available
  • Getting data in the format that you need it, at the time that you need it.
  • How do you avoid information overload?
  • Training people how to analyse, categorise and action the data

Carolyn Trickett
Regional Director, Head of Business Technology, Property & Asset Management 
JLL

17:10
PANEL DISCUSSION: Getting your hands on Big Data
  • Business opportunities gained though smart buildings connectivity and data
  • Leveraging smart building data to deliver new services and create new revenue opportunities
  • Benefits derived - From building construction through to use from developer to end user

Deb Noller 
Chief Executive Officer
Switch Automation

Bob Allan
Global Business Development Manager - Intelligent Buildings and Strategic Alliances
Siemon

Carolyn Trickett
Regional Director, Head of Business Technology, Property & Asset Management 
JLL

17:45
Closing remarks from the Chair
17:50
End of day one and networking drinks