The Answer is Wireless – via the Internet of Things
The growing number of networking options are particularly interesting for architects, builders and real estate professionals. Take aspects like heating, lighting, water, handicap accessibility, surveillance or fire prevention and protection: Networked buildings are more efficient and safer to manage. The Internet of Things has lately triggered a boom in the smart home sector.
What will buildings look like in 10, 20 or 30 years? What are the truly ground-breaking developments?
Monday, September 7, 2015
02:00 pm – 03.40 pm Session Mobility
04:00 pm – 05.30 pm Session Health
Tuesday, Sep 8, 2015
09:00 am – 10.30 am Session Big Data
10:55 am – 12.25 pm Session Design
01:45 pm – 03:15 pm Session Home
03:30 pm – 04:50 pm Session Entertainment
Chief Revenue Officer and Senior Vice President of Business Development
Brian Winter will present the latest developments in intelligent living and smart home if it comes to home security and sustainability.
Ratna Sita Handayani
Euromonitor International, Research Manager
Ratna Sita will give insights in the future trends of connected life and smart home.
Netatmo, CEO and Founder
The CEO of Netatmo will talk about the latest developments in our connected lifestyle.
Prof. James Barlow
Imperial College Business School London, Professor of Technology and Innovation Management
James Barlow will tell us how innovative technology can bring healthcare services directly into our homes.
Wareable, Senior Editor
Stables is Senior Editor for Wareable and will tell us what the real potential for the connected home in 2016 is.