Intelligent Buildings

Intelligent buildings no longer represent a distant vision of future technological advancement. The ability to converge multiple building applications on a single communications platform exists today, and that ability is being realized in some modern structures. For many others, the opportunity exists to design and deploy the infrastructure systems that are the foundation for building intelligence, particularly including the cabling and networking systems that serve as the central nervous system of an intelligent building. This webcast, produced by Cabling Installation & Maintenance, focuses on the networking options as well as detailed tactics used to build a cabling infrastructure capable of supporting an intelligent building’s communications requirements.

SponsorAEM
Mar 7th, 2019
1902 Cim Cr Intelligent

Intelligent buildings no longer represent a distant vision of future technological advancement. The ability to converge multiple building applications on a single communications platform exists today, and that ability is being realized in some modern structures. For many others, the opportunity exists to design and deploy the infrastructure systems that are the foundation for building intelligence, particularly including the cabling and networking systems that serve as the central nervous system of an intelligent building. This webcast, produced by Cabling Installation & Maintenance, focuses on the networking options as well as detailed tactics used to build a cabling infrastructure capable of supporting an intelligent building’s communications requirements.

Presentation 1: Cabling Architectures That Support Converged Applications
Organizations are leveraging the Internet of Things to improve building automation efficiencies and drive down cost. The sheer number of IP devices connected to the network, and amount of data running over the network, are forcing IT and facilities management functions to collaborate. Together they are exploring new architectures to support business needs and improve customer experience. This presentation explores new network technologies and architectures that support converging networks, giving rise to a new generation of intelligent building.

Presentation 2: Assuring Power and Data Transmission in the Intelligent Building
As enterprises embrace the intelligent building concept to realize cost savings and environmental efficiencies, their need for power and bandwidth increases rapidly. These dual needs—power and bandwidth—are driving the adoption of technologies such as PoE++ and multi-gigabit-per-second transmission over copper cabling. In most cases, the infrastructure that supports these services must be certified to comply with TIA cabling standards. This presentation will discuss how the proliferation of IoT-connected devices is impacting the enterprise network’s infrastructure. It also describes strategies that cabling contractors can take to thrive in this age of intelligent buildings and IoT.

Join us for this webcast sponsored by Corning Optical Communications and AEM.

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