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JLL and GBCSA Networking and knowledge sharing session

When: Tuesday, 27 June 2017 (08:30 for 09:00 to 12:00)

Where: MESH Club, 2nd Floor Trumpet on Keyes, 21 Keyes Avenue, Rosebank, Johannesburg, South Africa

Cost: FREE for GBCSA members | R350 incl vat for non-members

 

JLL and GBCSA invite you to attend a networking and knowledge sharing session

The Internet of Things is rapidly entering the mainstream through consumer gadgets but the true and current value lies in the industrial applications.  By connecting buildings and people to systems and each other, opportunities exist for unexplored efficencies, cost reductions and utilities savings.

At this session we explore what a smart building can really achieve for the owner, occupier and environment.

We will have a deomonstration of the capabilities of this rapidly growing technology and a panel of experts engaging in duscussion.

Note: Space is limited.  Attendance limited to two delegates per organisation.


Organizer
green star - communitiesThe Green Building Council SA leads the transformation of the South African property industry to ensure that buildings are designed, built and operated in an environmentally sustainable way.

 

 

We are in business to create and deliver real value for clients, shareholders and our own people in a complex world that is constantly changing.

JLL is a financial and professional services firm that specialises in commercial real estate services and investment management.

From our head office in Johannesburg, we deliver services to clients throughout the country. Our commitment to business success goes beyond the bottom line and we are an employer of choice with one of the most talented skill sets in the industry.​​

 


For further information

For further information about the Event, visit the official website.

Summary
Event
JLL and GBCSA Networking and knowledge sharing session
Location
MESH Club, 2nd Floor Trumpet on Keyes 21 Keyes Avenue, Rosebank,Johannesburg,South Africa
Starting on
27 June, 2017
The Internet of Things is rapidly entering the mainstream through consumer gadgets but the true and current value lies in the industrial applications. By connecting buildings and people to systems and each other, opportunities exist for unexplored efficencies, cost reductions and utilities savings. At this session we explore what a smart building can really achieve for the owner, occupier and environment.
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