Monthly Webcasts
CoR Advisors™ produces monthly webcasts as ongoing professional development and education for the real estate industry. These events present valuable and relevant information on technology applications for buildings, featuring industry experts and real estate veterans. Join us each month for such topics as: energy monitoring, smart grid/smart buildings, advanced lighting strategies, sustainability, procurement and demand response, real estate IT, advanced communications, and more…

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All webcasts are recorded and are available for viewing on demand. To view previously recorded webcasts, click here:


Upcoming Webcasts

Friday, September 16th, 12:30-2:00 p.m. EDT
The CIO and the PM: The New Dynamic Duo


The role of the CIO in commercial real estate is quickly evolving from overseeing the fundamental network operations of the organization to developing the technology strategy for the operations of the buildings. The CIO and the IT team play a critical role in building management, as they are best equipped to automate building systems, obtain data from building controls and devices, and advise on how to maximize building operational efficiency. This session will discuss the importance of the CIO and the PM as a critical new partnership. Learn More 
 
Friday, September 30th, 12:30-1:30 p.m. EDT
Telecom 2011: Empowering Access to the Cloud


It started in the 1990s with high speed internet and smart buildings. Fast forward to 2011. The volume of data coming in and out of buildings has grown exponentially. More and more tenants require 100 Mbps of bandwidth (or higher!) for cloud computing and complex data applications -- and building owners are dependent on this technology for internal communications as well as system monitoring and controls. This session will discuss current and future requirements for bandwidth, as well as present the highlights and implications of a recent BOMA member survey regarding telecommunications needs and solutions. Learn More 
 
Friday, October 14th, 12:30-2:00 p.m. EDT
Smart Buildings and the Smart Grid


With the increase in smart grid strategies and technologies, utilities are moving quickly toward automating the grid for maximum performance in order to meet future energy demands. Are our buildings smart enough to keep up with the grid? This session will discuss the integration of the smart grid with smart buildings – including upgrading building systems, maximizing energy performance, implementing automated demand response programs, incorporating alternative sources of energy, the emergence of micro-grids and what that means to our buildings, and more… Learn More 
 
Friday, November 4th, 12:30-2:00 p.m. EST
Intelligent Buildings: Current and Emerging Trends


The Continental Automated Buildings Association (CABA), recently commissioned two market study and research projects titled “Market Sizing North America” and the “North American Intelligent Buildings Roadmap.” This session will review the key findings of this research and provide an overview of current and future trends in intelligent buildings. Speakers will define an intelligent building and its components, review the benefits of intelligent building solutions for all stakeholders, and present a summary of the business opportunities and market size for intelligent building solutions. You’ll learn about the influence of technology advances for building energy efficiency, automation, IT convergence, renewable energy solutions, and integration with the smart grid.Learn More 
 
Friday, November 18th, 12:30-2:00 p.m. EST
Analyzing Building Operations: What Do We Do With All This Data?


The market has become flooded with software solutions and dashboards that provide real-time monitoring of building operations. But how much data is too much data? What data is really important to effecting day-to-day operations of buildings? This session will discuss different ways to obtain and analyze building data in order to help you determine what really matters. We’ll hear from real estate owners who have implemented advanced data analytics in order to successfully monitor, manage, and predict operational performance in their buildings – and we’ll demo the latest in advanced analytics that take data management to another level. Learn More 
 
COR ADVISORS™ WEBCAST SCHEDULE - 2011

April 29 - Advanced Lighting Solutions - (previously recorded)
May 20 - Energy Management Solutions: Benchmarking and Reporting- (previously recorded)
June 17 - Supply Side Energy Strategies - (previously recorded)
July 22 - The Future of Green Buildings - (previously recorded)
Sept 16 - The CIO and the PM: The New Dynamic Duo
Sept 30 - Telecom 2011: Empowering Access to the Cloud
Oct 14 - Smart Buildings and the Smart Grid
Nov 4 - Intelligent Buildings: Current and Emerging Trends
Nov 18 - Analyzing Building Operations: What Do We Do With All This Data?
Dec 16 - TBD

*Please note that this schedule is subject to change.

For webcast sponsorship opportunities, please contact:
Kathy Gibbs
kgibbs@coradvisors.net
703-444-1622
 

TESTIMONIALS
The quality of the speakers and content presented is outstanding. CoR Advisors is by far a leader in real estate education.

Geoffrey Kasselman, SIOR, LEED AP
Op2mize
This was perhaps the best, business-related webcast I have ever attended. It was well run and went off without a hitch -- but more important, the quality and value of the webcast was excellent. The presenters spoke to real issues in a candid and informative way. It wasn't fluff or a sales pitch. We are extremely happy to have been a sponsor and believe it reflects very well on our company.

John Petze
COO

SkyFoundry
I attended the webcast on “Advanced Lighting Solutions” and found it to be very enlightening. The presenters used various visuals to demonstrate that a thoroughly integrated approach should include much more than simply a lamp replacement project – and economic benefits were clearly presented. I have attended several other CoR Advisors™ webcasts and found them all to be engaging and informative.

Jim Hardwick
General Manager

CBRE
Dallas, TX