EP 063 - How IoT can be sustainable and humane - Bob Sharon, Chief Innovation Officer, Blue IoT

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In this episode, we discuss smart building environmental management systems. A crisis is the best time for disruptive technologies because there is motivation and incentives to change the old system. The environmental crisis sparked the change for technologies that address sustainability. Improvements in wireless connectivity, cloud computing, open source APIs, and SaaS operating models, enable more flexible and cost effective solutions. Potential benefits of improved building management systems include reduced carbon footprints, more sustainable solutions, lowered costs, increased cybersecurity and productivity.

Bob Sharon is the Founder and Chief Innovation Officer of Blue IoT. Blue IoT is the global leader in data and information driven virtual building and facilities automation. Blue IoT delivers end to end integrated data and technology driven services around real time optimisation, predictive maintenance and machine learning that maximises clients’ operational effectiveness and efficiencies across all building, precinct, asset, facility, maritime and smart city sectors. https://www.blueiot.com.au/

Encompass Blue Case Studies:

https://www.thefifthestate.com.au/innovation/facilities-management/building-management-system-with-big-energy-savings-for-old-hvac-systems/

https://www.fmmedia.com.au/sectors/blue-iot-greater-dandenong-case-study/

IoT ONE is an insight and advisory firm focused on helping companies manage the threats and opportunities presented by the Internet of Things. https://www.iotone.com

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