Company to showcase platform January 22-25, 2018 at Internet of Things technology event
DENVER – January 16, 2018 – BuildingDNA (www.BuildingDNA.com), the leader in visual intelligence for smarter, safer buildings , announced today that it will exhibit at the IoT Evolution Conference and Expo being held January 22-25, 2018 at Disney’s Contemporary Hotel in Orlando, Florida. IoT Evolution Expo is the leading educational and networking forum for the enterprise looking to understand how to develop and implement IoT solutions that drive measurable results and business transformation. Visit BuildingDNA at IoT Evolution at booth  to learn more about how BuildingDNA is utilizing IoT to provide enhanced visual awareness of what’s going on inside of a building, helping first responders to save lives in an emergency and providing facility managers with added information regarding building systems, from anywhere and at any time.
“Internet of Things technology is playing a more prominent role in public safety,” said Joe Hernandez, BuildingDNA CEO. “Having access to data from various smart devices can provide new levels of situational awareness to first responders in an emergency, as well as to facility managers, like never before. We are very much looking forward to exhibiting at this important industry show.”
Hernandez will also participate on the panel “FirstNet: Getting Answers to Manage Crisis” on Thursday, January 25th at 9 a.m. to discuss how in-building IoT is helping first responders do their job more efficiently and safely.
IoT Evolution highlights the robust nature of IoT by focusing on sets of solutions and technologies that address the opportunities as well as the vast array of business challenges that every company faces. The conference program covers content across vertical markets and concentrates on IoT Enterprise Operations, Business Intelligence and Analytics, Smart Cites, IoT Health, Industrial IoT, IoT Security, Connectivity Standards and fog computing. The event will also feature a robust exhibit floor, powerful keynotes, case studies, live demos, unique sessions, certifications, special events, networking opportunities and much more.
About BuildingDNA (www.BuildingDNA.com): BuildingDNA is creating safer, more sustainable communities…one building at a time. Via the Internet of Things (IoT), we provide Intrabuilding Visual Awareness (IVA) with powerful applications in public safety, business continuity and building maintenance. This revolutionary combination of smart visual mapping, connected building systems and predictive/prescriptive analytics is changing the game for both first responders and facility managers.
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Access to the FirstNet broadband network is only valuable if you have applications and content that can help first responders do their job more efficiently and safely. I would like to discuss an application that provides a solution to one of public safety’s biggest problems – while we do a great job of getting first responders to an incident at a building, once they get there they have little to no visibility to what’s going on inside. They need more information about the incident, if there are people in danger, if there are other threats to be aware of, and getting view into the building before stepping inside.
There are many wireless technologies to help us get connectivity inside a building to help us locate assets and people, these include wifi, blue tooth, small cell, LoRa, and others…but none of it helps us with location unless we have a map. The key to any location technology is the map that gives us the visible location information. IT’s why GIS information is so critical to first responders to reach people in danger. But what happens when we get inside the building? We need a solution.
I would like to give an example of how IoT can provide first responders with situational awareness inside a facility like a mall, school, sports arena, airports and more. Places where we are experiencing greater threats to property and lives.
This talk will illustrate how the combination of the location technology, IoT, and FirstNet solves some of the biggest public safety problems that exist today.