Building Security & Technology Series: Webinar 3 - Proptech

This event was originally held on May 22, 2024
and is now available for on demand viewing.

Duration: 1 Hour each
Gold Sponsors: Genetec, ISS, Prometheus
Silver Sponsors: Eagle Eye Networks, EVOLV, OpenEye

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Endeavor Business Media’s Security Group and Buildings & Construction Group have partnered on a unique four-part, one-month online event series focused on security, safety, and smart technologies in the modern building environment. CEUs will be available for attendees from all disciplines.

#3: WEBINAR -- What Is Proptech and Why Security is a Key Element: May 22 -- 1 PM EDT

Proptech refers to the use of technology in the research, design, analysis, and management of residential and commercial properties to make the process more efficient, secure, financially viable, sustainable, and streamlined. Proptech has recently seen a boom in investment. In 2021 alone, there was $32 billion (USD) in capital invested in proptech alone. Proptech is white-hot, and many experts believe we have entered a new era in how commercial buildings operate and, more importantly, how tenants, visitors and residents expect buildings to function.This webinar will discuss why Proptech is white-hot, and why many experts believe we have entered a new era in how commercial buildings operate and, more importantly, how tenants, visitors and residents expect buildings to function and how facilities are approaching security policy and technology.

  • Main Learning Points:
    • How Proptech allows property owners, managers, and landlords to manage their assets with more efficiency, ease, and flexibility
    • How Proptech solutions can work to create a better experience for buildings and tenants, taking the form of a mobile key card that replaces a physical key card or fob for secure access to the facility. Or a software solution that allows decision-makers to collect data to decrease operational costs and overhead.
    • How Edge and AI are teaming up to form a comprehensive Proptech solution for physical security involving the use of security hardware, but also employing the data in a much more productive and efficient way
    • How Proptech is driving direct digital engagement, which refers to the interaction with technology that would otherwise have to be with a person or non-digital system. Some of the most prominent real estate technology solutions include touchless access control systems, contactless visitor management and digital registration/sign in and cloud-based security systems with remote management
    • How Proptech solutions are advancing the ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) movement help property managers stay accountable and improve overall facility operation, sustainability and quality.

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Chris Wilson, CSPM, SICC -- Mead & Hunt
As a Security Technology Market Leader, Chris Wilson helps clients by understanding their needs and applying his collective experience to create and implement innovative solutions to solve the most complex problems. Chris partners with his clients to design systems that allow them to focus on the business at hand and not the systems that make it run. When not at work, Chris enjoys delivering professional training in Security Project Management as well as spending time outdoors hiking or working on the family farm in central Ohio.

Cameron Walker-Miller
Director of Standards and Technology
Security Industry Association (SIA) 

Cameron Walker-Miller is the director of standards and technology for the Security Industry Association (SIA). He leads industry projects that align security technologies with industry best practices, standards and guidelines.Before joining SIA, Cameron led public safety and physical security-related systems administration and physical integration teams at Columbia University in New York City. His previous background includes education technology in distance learning innovation for the Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Columbia University. Cameron holds a master’s degree in instructional technology and media from Columbia University in the City of New York’s Teachers College, as well as a bachelor’s degree in film studies from the University of Pittsburgh’s Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences.

Jason Lloyd
Regional Business Manager

Jason Lloyd is Regional Business Manager for ISS and is responsible for driving the company’s sales and business development efforts across the Midwest and eastern U.S. Prior to joining ISS, Jason served as Regional Sales Manager for the Midwest at Vicon. He also headed up a low voltage division at ADT for just over a decade prior to that. He can be reached at [email protected].  

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