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Brown Presents on Smart Building Tech

ESD Practice Leader for Automation Steve Brown will be a featured speaker at an upcoming online conference examining connected systems, sensors, and all things “smart” about buildings.

The three-hour online gathering, “Smart Buildings Summit: Using Technology to Advance Your Buildings,” will include Brown’s session, “5 Steps on the Road to Smart Buildings.” Brown says, “While the benefits of an intelligent building have been well-documented, the roadmap to achieving building intelligence isn’t always clear.” Brown will discuss specific actions building owners and operators can take to create more intelligent, integrated, and efficient Smart Buildings.

The June 15 summit is sponsored by FacilitiesNet and will run from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. ET. The event offers three hours or 0.3 Continuing Education Units (CEUs). Registration is open and free for fnPrime members.

Steve Brown freely shares his industry expertise and knowledge at events such as this in support of ESD’s mission to improve society through the built environment.

For more information about how ESD can help with building automation systems (BAS) and other smart building technology, reach out to our Automation team.

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