Schneider Electric Announces Digital Buildings Podcast Series
Schneider Electric has announced its Digital Buildings Podcast series to discuss the major trends in the industry.
London, UK, 19 August 2020 – Schneider Electric, the leader in digital transformation, energy management, and automation, has announced its Digital Buildings Podcast series to discuss the major trends in the industry.
As businesses begin to re-open and employees re-enter the workplace, smarter buildings will be pivotal to creating healthier, more productive workplaces, improving profitability and protecting the planet.
The Digital Buildings Podcast brings together specialists from across the sector to discuss the current challenges and solutions in the world of Smart and Connected Buildings. The series will help to keep building managers abreast of the latest industry developments, while improving their knowledge and skills.
Upcoming podcasts will focus on:
What's your take… on employee experience in the ‘new normal’? Following on from Schneider’s recent panel discussions around Smart & Safe Buildings, in this episode we look back at the key points made by panellists who discuss what the 'new normal' could look like, particularly in terms of occupant wellbeing, comfort and safety.
What’s your take … on connected and sustainable buildings post crisis? In this episode we look back at the key points made by panellists exploring the experiences of recent times and how smart technology can play a part in the acceleration of a more sustainable and connected future for our buildings.
In addition to the above podcasts, over the coming months, further episodes will look to cover off the hotel, healthcare and education sectors.
“Buildings design and technology has been thrust into the limelight in recent months. New legislation, changing employee demands, and new ways of working mean industry professionals must be up-to-date with the latest innovations,” said Kas Mohammed, VP of Digital Energy at Schneider Electric. “The podcast will prove crucial to looking to understand the future of buildings.”
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