JOIN US ON FEBRUARY 16TH FOR ONE OF THE BIGGEST NIGHTS OF THE YEAR
Investigate the next frontier for sustainability in the urban realm: the potential of smart cities.
Connect at our 2017 Building Tech Forum to see into the future where buildings are smart and connect into networks that result in new ways of management, interaction, and impact.
How will this growing trend benefit our agenda for sustainability?
5:30-5:45: Networking and bar opens.
5:45-6:00: Opening remarks
6:00-7:00: Keynote and Panel
7:00-8:15: Networking and Raffle
8:15-8:30: Final Remarks
Thursday, February 16th, 2017
Fraunhofer Center for Sustainable Energy Systems, CSE
5 Channel Center Street
Boston, MA, 02210
Cities are where our society is most vibrant. Urban activity continues to grow in complexity.
How is technology enabling improved coordination in the built environment?
How can we, as professionals working on building projects, prepare for the smart cities of the future?
Massachusetts is a leader in clean tech and the improvement of building performance. Our community of practitioners is generating massive improvements in buildings and structures in regards to sustainability. How can our community be best positioned to support future-proof building design? How can we ensure projects are ready for the "smart city" on the horizon?
WHO IS SPEAKING?
You will get the latest on how people can maximize technology in smart city settings from our Platinum Technology Sponsors, Siemens.
Our Platinum Developer Sponsors, Union Point, will share the story of building a smart city just 20 miles south of Boston.
Hear from our all-star panel:
- Jascha Franklin-Hodge, the City of Boston's Chief Information Officer,
- Gretchen Sweeney, VP for Implementation at arcskoru.com
- Jennie Stephens, Dean's Professor of Sustainability Science & Policy, Northeastern
We'll hear from Kurt Roth of the venue sponsor Fraunhofer to share more about the important work that they're doing to advance building science.
Disclaimer: We cannot offer refunds 48 hours before the event. We apologize for any inconvenience.