Sensors, Buildings, and the Coming Internet of Things

March 26, 2013
1:00 PM ET / 10:00 AM PST

John Doyle, Product Marketing, Windows Embedded, Microsoft Corp.

John Doyle
Director Product Marketing, Windows Embedded
Microsoft Corp.

Mark Henderickson, Director of Panoptix

Mark Henderickson
Director of Panoptix® Operations
Johnson Controls 

Joel Makower, Executive Editor, GreenBiz Group
Joel Makower
Executive Editor
GreenBiz Group

With billions of devices automatically collecting and transmitting data, the so-called Internet of Things promises to fundamentally change how buildings are managed and operated. Sensors gathering multiple data streams -- including temperature, occupancy, CO2 and equipment intelligence -- is creating an opportunity to run next-generation buildings more efficiently and achieve real-time energy monitoring and control.

But companies can easily get overwhelmed by the volume of data coming in from complex, connected systems. What opportunities exist to collect and analyze this data to create business benefits? What are the necessary skills or advanced applications that are required to deliver better building efficiency? And what new innovations are on the horizon for the coming Internet of Things?

In this free, one-hour webcast, experts from Microsoft and Johnson Controls will discuss what the very near future holds and share real-world examples of companies using data to make buildings more efficient.

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Johnson Controls