Commercial buildings are on the verge of the biggest transformation in history. Internet of Things (IoT) is making connected buildings a reality, and adoption is on the rise across architecture, engineering, building technology, real estate, and construction industries. The use of IoT data for building modeling offers tremendous opportunity to optimize the design, construction, retrofit, and operations of buildings. But just having access to data doesn’t unlock actionable insights. Vladi Shunturov, founder and president of Lucid, will explain how we can harness the power of Building IoT for teams across any number of disciplines, from energy management to finance, operations, tenant communications, and more. He'll explain how to turn what were once reactive processes into proactive opportunities, and share proven best practices and use cases to arm attendees with information they need to turn disparate data from connected buildings into strategic assets. This session features Building Ops. AIA Approved
- Learn how to design a successful IoT strategy in the highly fragmented, highly complex landscape of building IoT
- Learn how to turn data into insights that can be used to affect change and impact the bottom line
- Learn how to present insights in a way that is useful and engaging, holistic yet readily tailored to different users
- Learn how to enable collaboration across disciplines, and how to drive toward aggressive business and sustainability outcomes
Vladi Shunturov is Lucid's founder and president, serving previously as CTO. Shunturov co-developed Building Dashboard, managed Lucid's Product and Engineering Teams, and laid the groundwork for BuildingOS cloud-based management system. A recipient of prestigious national and international awards (including from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Clean Tech Open), Shunturov has multiple publications in the field and has delivered many distinguished presentations, including at TEDx. Prior to Lucid, he helped pioneer groundbreaking research in monitoring and display systems and real-time feedback technology. Shunturov holds a BA with high honors in environmental studies and computer science from Oberlin College.