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A Vision for Cities of the Future
In the quest to provide a sound business climate in cities across the country, we’ll explore the unique challenges and opportunities that cities offer building owners, what technologies can provide the most cost-effective solutions for attracting and keeping various industries, and how building owners can sustain these efforts through connectivity.
Adding Value through Connectivity
An examination of the business advantage goes to the facility with an In-building networks. Gain insight into how and why it is necessary to address this concern for facility operations and tenants. What advantage goes to the facility with an in-building network.
The Wireless Industry Perspective: The New Utility
This is a discussion about how the options for building owners to provide connectivity inside the facility. It will analyze the varied business models that building owners can take in paying attention to working with the carrier, third-party neutral host or hybrid models to satisfy occupants and to gear up for the onslaught of devices that will soon overtake your facility’s operational overhead.
10:00 A.M. – Break
Evaluating Your Readiness for IOT
Looking at the facility’s current infrastructure and technology, how is a building set up for the inevitable onslaught of mobile devices and sensors? This discussion will provide a map of touch points to consider in planning out wireless connectivity for both new developments and mature venues.
Getting the Edge with the Right Solution
Building owners, property management and the wireless industry will need to learn how to partner together to address In-building Connectivity. Taking the time to understand the difference between the three main Procurement Solicitation Stages will help both parties more easily identify which solution is the most appropriate for each facility.
11:30 A.M. – Lunch Break
A brief introduction to Small Cell, DAS, WI-FI, and Repeater system technologies and an explanation of how each solution may or may not apply to specific building/property types (i.e. Hotel, hospital, or campus). Based on the overall need, determine which solution will provide the best return on investment.
Based on the current building occupancy, and assuming three devices per user, determine what capacity (speed/bandwidth) will be required for both peak and off peak times.
For the facility under consideration, define the deployment (scope) of the proposed IBW Network solution and explain how the solution will adapt and evolve with future technology updates.
For the facility under consideration, quantify what is required for the facility to integrate and communicate with the carrier’s networks.
Once the proposed IBW Network system is operational, quantify what will be required to keep it maintained.
Discover what technical solutions should you consider for your building for emergency use.
Learn about what's in-building network needs to be able to perform in case of an emergency. Gain insight as to what codes are active in your city and what codes may become actionable for in-building connectivity. What should be considered for new networks and upgrades in regards to building safety?
2:15 pm Close