One of the most striking terms we encounter today is “smart.” While the word, “connected” may be a better description in some cases, the emergence of new technologies that allow systems to actually learn (also referred to as “deep learning” or “machine learning”) is pushing us closer to truly revolutionizing how we interact and manage our buildings or rather how buildings interact and react to us. By understanding the real developments around these disruptive technologies (including IoT, Big Data and analytics) we can better plan for their adoption in the workplace as we move toward a smarter future. Join Work on the Move author, Eric Jaspers, in this session discussing the chapter of Work on the Move II that covers these topics.
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