The recently completed "Intelligent Buildings Roadmap" project is one of the most significant efforts ever produced by CABA. This project provides details on owner needs, the challenges we face as an industry, and the detailed action plans required to dramatically grow our industry. In preparation for the release of this document, CABA will be conducting a special Intelligent Buildings Leadership Forum at InfoComm 07 on June 18, 2007 in Anaheim.
The seminar will feature expert presentations and workshops detailing the opportunities, training, risks and rewards. Attending this session will provide you with the information you need to become an Intelligent Buildings Leader. Attendance will also provide you with exposure to InfoComm, a leading organization that is supporting opportunities in A/V and other critical applications.
Monday, June 18th, 2007. Hilton Anaheim, Palos Verdes Room (9 AM - 5 PM)
InfoComm Reception June 18th, in the Anaheim Hilton Pacific Ball Room (6 PM)
InfoComm Conference Friday, June 15-Thursday, June 21
InfoComm Exhibition Tuesday, June 19-Thursday, June 21
To register or for more information visit: http://www.caba.org/leadersforum or contact Fred Bryson CABA Business Development Manager, 613.686.1814 x 226.
AGENDA (June 18, 2007 Anaheim, CA)
Welcome and Introductions
Ron Zimmer - CABA President & CEO
Keynote: Introducing the Intelligent Buildings Roadmap
Paul Ehrlich, PE - Building Intelligence Group
The Intelligent Buildings Roadmap is a major research project sponsored by CABA and a group of leading industry suppliers. The Roadmap focuses on what it is that owners and buyers really want from an Intelligent Building. The results are surprising, showing strong buyer interest. The Roadmap provides the route for the industry to pull together and deliver on the promise of the Intelligent Building.
What Owners Want
Opportunities and challenges
Industry plans to proceed
Break and Networking
Intelligent Building Workshop
This workshop will provide a forum for attendees to better understand industry structure, project approaches and to identify their best opportunities.
Roles and responsibilities
Opportunities and risks
Track 1 - Intelligent Buildings
Intelligent Buildings provide technology to connect together building systems and provide a more efficient, comfortable and productive building.
Track 2 - Green Buildings
Green Buildings are focused on delivering a sustainable building. Green buildings have reached a "tipping point" and have become an expectation.
Intelligent Building Applications
This session will use a panel to discuss several of the key applications that make up an Intelligent Building.
Integrated building systems
RFID and others
Green Building Programs
There are several very successful programs in place to support Green Buildings. This session will use a panel of experts to discuss current and upcoming programs.
Impact of global warming
Zero energy buildings
Break and Networking
Intelligent Building Programs
The success of Intelligent Buildings depends on the industry programs available. These include tools, and other programs to educate and promote the solutions.
CABA Research projects and tools (BIQ, LCC)
Other Industry programs
Green Building Applications
This session will use a panel to discuss several key applications in delivering on Green Buildings.
Corporate America Adoption - Siemens
Energy information systems
Reception and Networking
Early bird rates start as low as $295 and include a pass to the InfoComm Exhibition.