day two Thursday 28 November

SMART BUILDINGS OPERATION, MANAGEMENT AND SERVICES
08:30
Registration and welcome coffee
08:50
Opening remarks from the International Chair

Joseph Aamidor
Managing Director
Aamidor Consulting (USA)

BETWEEN EFFICIENCY AND WELLBEING
09:00
Keynote presentation - How to increase the satisfaction and productivity of building users and reduce operating costs
  • Identifying what users really care about in a smart building
  • How to reduce service costs and enable new services
  • Highlighting the strategies used to increase building and users’ productivity
  • Discussing different case studies where quality and cost have been met

Paul Oates
Head of Development
Dexus

09:30
International case study - Boosting efficiency and enhancing human experience in crowded environments

Approximately 172.000 people are using mass transportation services during peak-hours in Hong Kong and they are able to take advantage of mobile loyalty applications with indoor navigation in retail real estate properties around MTR stations. MTR is using the collected consumer footfall analytics and behaviour data for the commercial management of their properties.

Markus Porvari
Technology Entrepreneur, Founder
HyperIn Inc. (Finland)

10:00
Partner presentation
10:15
Panel discussion – How to get users to embrace technological changes and emerging technologies?
  • What are the strategies to successfully implement an emerging technology into everyday practice?
  • What are the reasons why users will reject technological changes and emerging technologies?
  • How can companies assess if emerging technologies will be well received by users?
  • What are the criteria to build human centred design digital technologies?

Moderator:

Joseph Aamidor
Managing Director
Aamidor Consulting (USA)

Panellists:

Craig Rodgers
Innovation Lead
Charter Hall

Chris Ball
PropTech Advisor, Stockland Accelerator/ SPV & Head of Partnerships
Blue Chilli

Emma Hendry
Chief Executive Officer
Hendry
10:55
Morning tea break
11:25
Applying technology to the whole life-cycle of an asset – the convergence of operations & performance and people & impact
  • Understanding your assets and making them work for you
  • Discussing operational excellence through integration and asset optimisation
  • How people (occupants, end users and community) should drive smart building technology

Emma Hendry
Chief Executive Officer
Hendry

BUILDING SERVICES AND MAINTENANCE
11:55
Keynote presentation - Smart Buildings driving sustainability, energy and cost savings
  • Creating significant energy savings with technologies and smart operation strategies
  • Designing a digital strategy with environmental sustainability in mind
  • Measuring the savings of your strategy

David Gerrelli
Global Director, APAC Head of Digital Innovation
CBRE

12:25
Partner presentation
12:40
NAVIGATING THE NOISE: INTEGRATING INNOVATION
  • Driving a blended innovation approach centred on people, technology and place
  • Clear decision making for optimal building performance and user experience
  • Exchanging and consolidating information between building systems and management platforms
  • A meaningful approach to multi-tiered asset management innovation
Benjamin Veale
Partner, Head of Facilities Management
Knight Frank
13:10
Networking lunch break
SECURITY FOR SMART BUILDINGS
14:10
Identifying different ways of using face recognition
  • Implementing face recognition across a building
  • From marketing to security – unleash the potential of face recognition
  • What to think about before implementing face recognition in a building
  • Facial recognition technology use cases

Karen Messitt
Founder and Managing Director
Optic Insights

14:40
Minimising cyber security challenges when implementing IoT
  • Increasing productivity, reducing cost and mitigating physical and cybersecurity risks
  • Implementing physical access control and gateways
  • Understating automation and control system
  • Managing security control systems

Salil Kanhere
Professor, School of Computer Science and Engineering
UNSW Sydney

15:10
Afternoon tea break
SHAPING THE FUTURE OF SMART BUILDINGS
15:40
Future of efficient car parking and Electric Vehicles (EVs)
  • State of EVs in Australia and the need to accommodate their users
  • Identifying the new challenges generated by the increase of EVs
  • Building a modern car charging network across several smart buildings
  • Proposing system architecture for energy trading in a Smart Parking Lot

Carola Jonas
Chief Executive Officer
Everty

16:10
Closing remarks from the International Chair
17:00
End of Day Two and End of the Conference