Internet of Things webinar recording: 2018 in a nutshell and what 2019 has in store for IoT

Hogan Lovells

On 18th December we hosted the final instalment in our Internet of Things Webinar series for 2018. Michele Farquhar, Tim Tobin, Mark Parsons, and Valerie Kenyon provided a round-up of the hot topics from 2018, including key regulatory and legal developments in the U.S., Europe, and Asia, in areas such as connected vehicles, drones, smart phones, medical devices, and many more. They also provided an insightful look into what developments and changes 2019 has in store.
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Spotlight

Building managers face growing pressure to reduce energy consumption and increase operational efficiency in order to boost the bottom line. Making this difficult, many buildings have disparate systems that must be controlled independently due to a lack of integrated building automation. For instance, it is not uncommon for companies to have various types of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems and security systems across their locations or even in the same building.
These issues can be addressed by deploying a building automation system (BAS); however, the high cost of such solutions has traditionally been difficult to justify for small to medium-sized buildings. This is now changing as leading edge technologies for the Internet of Things (IoT) are being used to drive down BAS cost and change the market dynamics for building management. This solution blueprint describes a cost-effective BAS solution from HCL Technologies that delivers energy savings and productivity gains in all types of commercial buildings, including retail stores, factories, and corporate office spaces. The solution gives building mangers full flexibility and keeps structure alterations to a minimum.

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Spotlight

Building managers face growing pressure to reduce energy consumption and increase operational efficiency in order to boost the bottom line. Making this difficult, many buildings have disparate systems that must be controlled independently due to a lack of integrated building automation. For instance, it is not uncommon for companies to have various types of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems and security systems across their locations or even in the same building.
These issues can be addressed by deploying a building automation system (BAS); however, the high cost of such solutions has traditionally been difficult to justify for small to medium-sized buildings. This is now changing as leading edge technologies for the Internet of Things (IoT) are being used to drive down BAS cost and change the market dynamics for building management. This solution blueprint describes a cost-effective BAS solution from HCL Technologies that delivers energy savings and productivity gains in all types of commercial buildings, including retail stores, factories, and corporate office spaces. The solution gives building mangers full flexibility and keeps structure alterations to a minimum.

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