Print Page   |   Sign In   |   Join NASFA
Site Search
NASFA's Learning Series
Share |

The Promise & Peril of IoT for Public Sector Facility Administrators:  A Primer for Successful Programs

Webinar Date:
      September 21, 2017 at 1:30 pm ET
This interactive, fast-paced webinar is the ideal means to begin or to advance the successful application of new digital and analytic technologies to operations, facilities, and real estate. The goals are to demystify the Internet of Things, to provide strategic planning recommendations, and to share tactical tools.

The Internet of Things (IoT) truly opens new opportunities for Facility Administrators. The IoT, applied to operational assets and work processes, can provide new information, faster data access, true mobility, increased transparency, expanded stakeholder engagement and accountability, and optimized mission support. Outcomes can be optimum utilization, efficiency, productivity, and budget control.

The webinar provides a roadmap that highlights key principles necessary for success. Special emphasis is placed on enterprise program planning and management, use case definition and return on investment, stakeholder engagement, navigation of technology options, and project selection.

The session also provides an overview of special considerations that can turn the best of intentions into problems and failures. Specific recommendations will be available for managing obsolescence, cyber-security, data privacy, and information security.

Case studies will be used to build on lessons-learned from public and private sectors. Questions can be submitted for on-line and follow-up responses.

Feel free to share this invitation with your peers. Everyone is welcome to participate.

Joseph Phillips leads a practice to transform the way information and analytics are applied to facility planning, operations, and management. He is a thought leader in the adoption of technology for facilities, and formerly led IBM’s public sector practice for Smarter Cities and Buildings. He is a licensed architect with a specialization in the planning and design of mission critical facilities..

Sign In