The future of work is on everyone’s agenda. This event brings thought leaders together to share cutting edge ideas on the future, from both technology and real estate perspective. It will allow an understanding of the key drivers of change and enablers of innovation that will shape how, where and when work takes place. Our conference programme will explore future technologies, workplace apps, property technology, connected urban environments, 5G, sensors, cloud and mobile technology, AI, AR and more…
Defining Digital Transformation
Rimes Mortimer will share Microsoft’s latest thinking on technology for Real Estate to define and implement digital transformation. He will explore how Microsoft leverage a spectrum of emerging technologies like IoT, Blockchain, Machine learning, AI, and Mixed Reality (HoloLens) to identify and accelerate new growth in this field.
SMART and Self-Healing Buildings
Buildings have become ‘smarter’ with Building Automation solutions and the definition of a Smart Building today has moved towards intuitive operation. With 90% of our time now spent indoors, it is important that buildings provide a nurturing environment leveraging technology to aid productivity, well-being and comfort. Damien will share latest thinking on how the use of sensors and IoT can provide actionable insights to make a building smart and self-healing.
Preparing for Smart
Case Study TBC
Further details will be announced soon
Smart buildings – How “smart” they are is in the eye of the customer
“Smart building” means different things to different people. Are buildings of the past dumb ? A more integrated view of what this means to Real Estate, IT and the occupants is needed. The design concept (form/function/ICT) must respond to the occupant, but also the services consumed must be accessible and easy to use.
Expert Panel: Understanding What a Smart Building Means
The Singapore Government has a 100yr plan for Smart Buildings. Tenants know what they want out of a Smart Building, can the Government successfully respond to this?
Connecting to Smart Cities
Connecting workplaces to a smarter city
While there is a lot of talk about technology’s importance in shaping the future of smart cities, do we actually know its impact on the workplace experience? What makes a workplace work? In this presentation, Gensler’s Regional Managing Principal of Asia Pacific & Middle East, David Calkins, will explore technological trends and how workplaces can be better designed to contribute to a smarter city.
Closing Keynote TBC
Chairman's Closing Remarks
INTERESTED IN SPEAKING AT THIS EVENT?
WORKTECH speakers are leading international thinkers, industry strategists and radical visionaries. Our speakers come from some of today’s most successful companies as well as a broad range of progressive and influential organisations.
Please contact Caroline Bell for more information on speaking opportunities