Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
Building Automation Systems - David Katz
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David Katz presents on the intersection of smart buildings and green buildings. Sustainable Buildings Breakfast, Oct 20th

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  • The new IP infrastructure provides in principle two great opportunities. First, the network helps to make the user more productive while intensifying the use of your real estate By converging and providing among other technologies, high speed internet, telephony, visitor management (remote receptionist), audio and video conferencing, web-conferencing, rich media, and digital signage, one can support collaboration and productivity of the workforce and users of the building. The network helps you to connect people with people, and people with machines to get the most out of the network in terms of voice, video, and data services and any other productivity technologies. The features will add tremendous value to the user, operator, and owner of the building—resulting in a positive impact on the value of the physical assets. This is more than a IP technologies pitch…the technologies make it possible to re-think the utilization of space; and achieve higher occupancy or revenue per square foot, while optimizing productivity and effectiveness of everyone that is using the environment. We want to help you put forward a comprehensive IP communications solutions in support of innovative space planning and optimized utilization. Again, the features can be chosen in order of relevance that best accommodates your business needs/goals.
  • Secondly, in addition to workforce productivity and technologies for enhancing communication and space utilization, the new network now also helps to make the building more productive. Instead of disparate building systems with each their networks and control devices, the same network can now be deployed to optimize the building operation. Lighting, elevators, monitoring, HVAC, fire control, video surveillance and other security technologies, energy management can all be converged over the network. Interaction and dependency between the systems can be established as the controls all speak and understand the same language. A language that is also spoken by the communication systems that we converged onto this network earlier—and now also can deploy as control devices for these building systems. Imagine…your phone can adjust your environment to the exact comfort and security level that the user desires; while being monitored and protected in an offsite location. Imagine…having your digital building signage notifying you of energy consumptions and suggesting ways to reduce your usage by automatically lowering blinds, reducing light balance, or lowering the temperature. Imagine....using your IP telephony system as a public announcement system that automatically will broadcast messages based on security or access violation, and fire hazards. The opportunities will be numerous and fully leverage the building information network and the power of the Internet.
  • The new IP infrastructure provides in principle two great opportunities. First, the network helps to make the user more productive while intensifying the use of your real estate By converging and providing among other technologies, high speed internet, telephony, visitor management (remote receptionist), audio and video conferencing, web-conferencing, rich media, and digital signage, one can support collaboration and productivity of the workforce and users of the building. The network helps you to connect people with people, and people with machines to get the most out of the network in terms of voice, video, and data services and any other productivity technologies. The features will add tremendous value to the user, operator, and owner of the building—resulting in a positive impact on the value of the physical assets. This is more than a IP technologies pitch…the technologies make it possible to re-think the utilization of space; and achieve higher occupancy or revenue per square foot, while optimizing productivity and effectiveness of everyone that is using the environment. We want to help you put forward a comprehensive IP communications solutions in support of innovative space planning and optimized utilization. Again, the features can be chosen in order of relevance that best accommodates your business needs/goals.
  • Recent announcements by the new government have hydro rates increasing next year. Is this the tip of the iceberg. Will the $38 Billion deficit encourage further hikes?
  • Well know fact that oil prices are increasing. We wrestle with it everyday at the gas pumps. The days of 0.40 ¢ per litre 4 years ago have quickly disappeared.
  • Recent announcements by the new government have hydro rates increasing next year. Is this the tip of the iceberg. Will the $38 Billion deficit encourage further hikes?
  • Building owners tint their glass for esthetics and also to eliminate Solar Heat which we previously talked about. Tinted buildings are all over the city and they generally provide the least amount of natural daylight.
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