JLL’s Darlene Pope discusses the intersection of real estate and technology, from energy management to smart building technologies, and from public policy to sustainability business drivers. Interested in learning more? Register for the 2016 Building Energy Summit, held on March 16, 2016, in Washington, DC.
The technology revolution is changing the way we manage and operate buildings – and keeping up with the latest technologies and developments is no small task.
Did you know…
- The Internet of Things (IoT) is here – and the implications for real estate are significant. Disruptive technologies – enabling real-time data, operational analytics, integrated applications, and truly “smart” buildings – are rapidly changing the industry, and staying abreast of these changes is more important than ever before. Learn more about real estate beyond the digital age.
- Smart buildings deliver a real estate trifecta: greater energy efficiency, lower operations and maintenance costs, and higher worker productivity. Learn more about the business benefits of smart building technology.
- Increasing government regulations and disclosure mandates are driving even more change. From President Obama’s Clean Power Plan to the Paris Agreement, increasingly stringent regulatory and reporting requirements are a reality for real estate investors, owners and occupiers – and the marketplace continues to innovate and develop new solutions in response.
- High performing buildings are proven to have a higher valuation – with increased resale values, rental and occupancy rates, and lower operating expenses. Learn more about the link between smart building technology and property value.
Interested in learning more about these trends and the changing world of energy management? Join us at the 2016 Building Energy Summit, to be held March 16, 2016 at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, DC.
This premier industry event brings together energy and sustainability leaders from around the world to debate and discuss energy management in the built environment.
This year’s Summit will have a strong focus on smart building technologies and solutions, as well as the growing impact of data, analytics and the IoT on the future of building operations.
Find out more at www.buildingenergysummit.com.
Darlene Pope is Senior Director of Energy and Sustainability Services (ESS) at JLL. Darlene has more than 25 years of experience in commercial real estate, technology, and smart building solutions. Darlene founded smart building consulting and solutions business CoR Advisors in 2009. She is a nationally-recognized author and speaker on intelligent buildings, energy management, green buildings, sustainability, and other real estate technologies.