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March 27, 2019 9:45 AM - 10:45 AM Duration: 1 hour(s) Price: FREE
Show(s): PM Springfest
Location: South Building
Credits: BOMI 1
Stream(s): New Technologies, Innovations & Trends
Real estate owners, managers and operators are facing accelerated and unprecedented changes as innovative building technology is transforming buildings into smarter, higher performance and intelligent spaces. The focus is on turning conventional properties into sustainable, energy efficient, safe and high performing assets while delivering significant ROI. This session will identify how technology is changing today’s buildings.
Vice President of Sales and General Manager, Yardi Canada Ltd.
Peter Altobelli is Vice President of Sales and General Manager for Yardi Canada Ltd. Yardi develops industry-leading property and investment management software for all real estate asset classes. Peter has worked in the technology industry for more than 30 years and began collaborating with Yardi to establish a footprint in Canada in 1998. Currently, Peter leads Yardi’s presence in Canada with a focus on fostering client partnerships and introducing innovative products that drive growth and increase efficiencies. Peter’s commitment to the real estate industry includes participation as an active member of the Ryerson University Real Estate Advisory Committee and a board member of the Hamilton District Apartment Association and the Greater Toronto Apartment Association Charitable Foundation. A lifelong Hamilton resident, Peter is married with three children and received a diploma in Computer Technology from Mohawk College.
National Energy & Sustainability Manager, Colliers International
Phillip has over eight years of experience in energy management and sustainability across multiple sectors. He leads the energy and sustainability team for Colliers’ Real Estate Management Services across Canada, which manages over 65 million square feet of commercial real estate. Phillip has successfully implemented strategic corporate initiatives that include national policy development, hedging strategies, green building certi¬fications, operational efficiencies, and new product implementation for properties under management.
Innovator in Residence, Oxford Properties Group
Matthew Lennan has been integrating computer and building system technologies for more than 30 years. He has developed and implemented computing infrastructures for global financial firms, major healthcare facilities, manufacturing, entertainment complexes and traditional smart buildings. Most recently, Matthew has been working in software development to refine the customer experience for smart buildings in Office and Residential environments. He is currently working as the Innovator in Residence for Oxford Properties – focusing on the development of a Customer App and several Data Lake initiatives.
Vice President, Smart Building Technology, Digital Innovation, QuadReal Property Group
Thano has over 13 years experience in the construction and building technologies space, and leverages digital transformation learnings across vertical markets to drive change in commercial real estate. As Vice President of Smart Building Technology, and as part of QuadReal’s Digital Innovation team, Thano is focused on the digital strategy in new real estate developments and within the existing built environments, across all asset classes. The goal of the DI team is to identify and implement technologies that enhance operations and improve the customer experience, bringing significant value to the assets that QR owns and operates. Prior to QuadReal, Thano was a key leader responsible for the development of the Digital Services group at a large multi-national construction organization, serving the healthcare, data centre, energy, and commercial real estate markets.