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Internet of Things, Buildings & Human Performance

21st September 2017

The Property Asset Management team, led by Mark Tyson, will be hosting a Internet of Things, Buildings & Human Performance breakfast seminar on Thursday 21 September from 8:30am at 280 High Holborn, London.

Discover our forward-thinking approach to sustainability in smart cities. Over half of the buildings in the UK are more than 50 years old, therefore, the value that smart cities evolution will bring to the vast majority of building occupiers is unclear.

Internet of Things (IoT), Buildings & Human Performance will focus on how to connect the occupants and their smarter surroundings.

  • Understand our unique approach to engage strategically with your C-Suite, Human Resources and IT Teams.
  • Discuss how to push forward the well-being agenda and relate previously misunderstood costs into value for Facilities Department.
  • Discover a cost-effective solution to monitor the environmental conditions of the employees and demonstrate company's commitment to providing a safe and productive environment for your team


  • 08:30 - Registration & Breakfast
  • 09:00 - 09:40 - Seminar
  • 09:40 - 10:00 - Q&A
  • 10:00 - 10:30 - Networking

Keynote speaker - Mark Tyson – Director of Property & Facilities Management
Mark is experienced in delivering unique and innovative solutions, responding to needs of an ever changing and challenging UK property market. His speech will concentrate on uncovering the rationale behind using IoT in Facilities and Property Management, as well as offer practical guidance for increasing workplace productivity using this data.

David Short - Sustainable Business Consultant, Clean Energy Lawyer
David is an experienced leader in the field of integrating sustainability and ESG into commercial real estate investment activities. He has advised property investment companies and funds, banks, commercial real estate lenders and corporate occupiers. His expertise covers broad energy and environmental issues, as well as human health and well-being. Former sustainability director of GE Capital Real Estate, he brings 20 years’ experience combining professional services as a lawyer with commercial acumen from roles in risk and asset management. He is passionate about technology, innovation and disruptive business models as a driver for positive societal change.

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