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IB13: The Future of Building Technology & Smart Buildings

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IBTech Insight Series
Wednesday, May 29, 2024
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Room E3.4

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Join us for an insightful panel discussion with industry leaders exploring the future of building tech & smart buildings. From AI to IoT integration, automation to data analytics, discover the latest trends, predictions, and opportunities for collaboration in shaping the future of smart, sustainable buildings. Whether you're a technology enthusiast, building owner, developer, or policymaker, this session promises to offer valuable insights into the next stage of evolution in the way we design, construct, and manage buildings. Session Cost - $50


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Mr Vinod Jethani
Senior Regional BDM APR
Danfoss

Panellist - The Future of Building Technology & Smart Buildings

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Vinod Jethani - Sr. Regional Business Development Manager, Asia Pacific of Danfoss based in Singapore and has been with the company for 17 years. He holds Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) degree and has over 27 years’ experience in the Commercial Buildings & Data Centre sector. Being passionate about developing innovative, efficient solutions for both new builds and old buildings. Vinod has extensive experience in Design, Project management, Energy Management and Building Performance Optimisation. He holds unique perspective and passion for technology applied in decarbonization of built environment resulting in Net Zero and Net Positive buildings.
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Maggie Koussa
Senior Project Manager
Beca

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Maggie is an AI and digital strategist passionate about transforming industries, especially in building technology and smart buildings. Her expertise lies in harnessing the power of AI to create innovative solutions for sustainable infrastructure. With a background in architecture and experience working in digital space and an AI start-up, Maggie brings a unique perspective on revolutionising how we build. She takes a customer-centric approach, collaborating closely with clients to integrate practical AI-powered tools that streamline processes and drive positive change.
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Sam McKibbin
Digital Workplace, Smart & Sustainable Buildings Partnership Development, Asia Pacific
Cisco

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Sam Mckibbin is part of Cisco's Smart & Sustainable Real Estate team where he is responsible for building strategic partnerships with firms and OEMs in the market. Sam has 10 years experience working at Cisco across various roles in customer solutions, partnership development and service creation initiatives. He has a lifelong passion for technology and building a sustainable future.
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Cameron Sandell
Global Lead, NDY Digital
NDY

Moderator - The Future of Building Technology & Smart Buildings

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Having worked in Building Technologies since 1991, Cameron has been exposed to the evolution of HVAC controls, through Building Management Systems and now Smart open solutions. The technology capabilities of today mean that data driven business outcomes are no longer limited to the ingestion of only built services but rather allows for the blending of data from enterprise solutions, web services and the build environment to create new insight and automation values. Cameron’s experience in building technologies includes, servicing, project delivery, design and ongoing support bringing both the theory and practical application virtues to bear on all tasks delivered. This unique blend of technical knowledge and application experience allows the best value solutions to be created and implemented. This knowledge and validation is shared within his global team to ensure consistency and pragmatism across the globe for the NDY Smart Building Team.
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Jason Scukovic
Head of Siemens Building Products Pacific
Siemens

Panellist - The Future of Building Technology & Smart Buildings

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I've always had a passion for two things: automation and buildings. Since a young age I've been fascinated with the tallest, biggest, oldest and smartest structures and obsessed with using automation to make life easier. Fortunately, these two things have carried in to my professional career too. I'm passionate about driving the built environment to be improved through the use of technology. Having worked in the technology space for more than a decade both in Australia and in Switzerland, I can confidently say there's never been a better time to be in the built environment industry.
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