Wed Oct 26 EEST (11 months ago)
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As the world has endured the turbulences of the last few years, and keeps preparing for the next one, we need to keep transforming the spaces we live in. Being ready for the challenges of tomorrow, we need to drive the transition of the real estate ecosystem and the built environment today.
With both global and local influences hitting the real estate market, making their impact on portfolio management and property investment trends. Nevertheless the energy crisis on our hands makes it crystal clear: energy-smart districts and buildings will be not only valuable, but essential.
Tomorrow's property technology will not only enable AI, data and automation enhancing buildings operations, cost savings and improve performance from reactive to predictive, but make flow of space possible: Communication between buildings and their occupants to upgrade the occupant experience. At the same time the industry is building its softer values, with sustainability, user centricity and leveraging ESG for value creation.
It is around these forward looking topics our agenda is built to guide you building up smart, sustainable and resilient cities of the future. And it all equals to better quality of life in our modern environments.
Executive Director, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (Us)andrew Phipps
CIO, Citycon (Fi)
Head of Enterprise Project Management, Occupier Services EMEA, COLLIERS (UK)
Director of Innovation, Department of Engineering, City of Amsterdam
Director, Department of Environment and Planning, City of Reykjavik
Head of Innovation and Technology, Nokia Arena
Director, Climate-neutral and Smart City, City of Munchen
City Planning Director, City of Västerås
Head of Urban Planning Department, City of Örebro
Vice President Digital Energy, Schneider Electric
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