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We're back from Pulse 2011, and what a week it was for smarter buildings.  Smarter buildings was a key topic throughout the event, from the conference kickoff, to the EAM track kickoff, to dedicated sessions in 2 tracks, plus various panels and press.

 
12 smarter buildings sessions from customers and partners:
 
Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) at General Dynamics
BIM to EAM:  Streamlining the Process
IBM Real Estate Portfolio Optimization:  Space-Energy Operations
Maximo for Movie Theater Facilities Maintenance Management
Managing Space within your Facility
Increase Asset Visibility and Enhance Personnel Safety with IBM Real-Time Asset Locator
Pentagon Building Operations Command Center
Leveraging Maximo for Service Providers to Operate a High-Performance Building, Facility and Infrastructure
Asset and Evidence Management n the Public Safety Arena
Management of Smarter Data Centers within the Smarter Building
IBM's Real Estate and Site Operation's Transformation to Smarter Buildings
An Energy Management Use Case: The Convergence of Data, Technology, Information and Knowledge at Bryant University
 
2 panel discussions:
 
Smarter Buildings for a Sustainable Future with partners Eaton, Tridium, Johnson Controls and Schneider
Smarter Buildings in Higher Education with Tulane, NC State and Bryant
 
Visit the Pulse 2011 Smart Site for a selection of presentations.
 
Press conference, release and various clippings:
 
Press conference:
 
Smarter Buildings Press Conference recorded live at the MGM Signature in Las Vegas
 
Press release:
 
IBM Delivers New Software to Advance Industry Transformation
With new software to monitor and analyze the physical world, IBM is helping cities, buildings, hospitals, utilities and railways become smarter
 
Excerpt:
IBM's expertise in analytics, systems management and sensors is unmatched for bridging the physical and digital worlds and creating new intelligent infrastructures critical for organizations to operate more efficiently.  With today's news, IBM is continuing these advancements, delivering new software to give greater intelligence to the business operations of the world's infrastructure:
 
  • Analytics software for monitoring telecommunications, transportation, or any network that distributes data such as escalators for metros, ATMs for banks and refrigerators for grocery chains;
  • New software that monitors and manages smart meter networks for energy, water and gas utilities;
  • New software that helps hospitals locate and monitor their clinical and biomedical equipment in real-time to ensure that life-saving medical devices are instantly available and expertly maintained; and
  • Smarter buildings software that helps organizations to optimize their buildings' energy and equipment efficiency.
A few of the many press clippings:
 
Wall Street Journal: IBM To Unveil Product That Monitors Energy Usage In Buildings
By Shara Tibken, February 25, 2011
 
Forbes: Our Office Buildings Are Talking To US; Time To Start Listening
By Dave Bartlett, February 25, 2011
 
IBM sees huge opportunity for emerging environmental business
ComputerWorld: Growth of market will also create multiple new positions for IT professionals, execs say
By Patrick Thibodeau
March 1, 2011 04:13 PM ET
 
Greenbang: IBM: Better analytics can cut university energy use
By staff, March 1, 2011
 
Smarter buildings is huge!  Stay tuned for more Facilities Friday blogs every month!
 

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We're back from href="http://www-01.ibm.com/software/tivoli/pulse/">Pulse 2011,
and what a week it was for smarter buildings.  Smarter buildings
was a key topic throughout the event, from the conference kickoff,
to the EAM track kickoff, to dedicated sessions in 2 tracks, plus
various panels and press.
 

12 smarter buildings sessions from customers and
partners:
 

Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) at General
Dynamics
 
BIM to EAM:  Streamlining the Process
 
IBM Real Estate Portfolio Optimization:  Space-Energy
Operations
 
Maximo for Movie Theater Facilities Maintenance Management
 
Managing Space within your Facility
 
Increase Asset Visibility and Enhance Personnel Safety with IBM
Real-Time Asset Locator
 
Pentagon Building Operations Command Center
 
Leveraging Maximo for Service Providers to Operate a
High-Performance Building, Facility and Infrastructure
 
Asset and Evidence Management n the Public Safety Arena
 
Management of Smarter Data Centers within the Smarter
Building
 
IBM's Real Estate and Site Operation's Transformation to Smarter
Buildings
 
An Energy Management Use Case: The Convergence of Data, Technology,
Information and Knowledge at Bryant University
 

2 panel discussions:
 

Smarter Buildings for a Sustainable Future with partners Eaton,
Tridium, Johnson Controls and Schneider
 
Smarter Buildings in Higher Education with Tulane, NC State and
Bryant
 

Visit the Pulse 2011 Smart
Site
for a selection of presentations.
 

Press conference, release and various clippings:
 

Press conference:
 

Smarter Buildings Press
Conference
recorded live at the MGM Signature in Las
Vegas
 

Press release:
 

href="http://www-03.ibm.com/press/us/en/pressrelease/33836.wss">IBM
Delivers New Software to Advance Industry Transformation
 
With new software to monitor and analyze the physical world, IBM is
helping cities, buildings, hospitals, utilities and railways become
smarter
 

Excerpt:
 
IBM's expertise in analytics, systems management and sensors is
unmatched for bridging the physical and digital worlds and creating
new intelligent infrastructures critical for organizations to
operate more efficiently.  With today's news, IBM is continuing
these advancements, delivering new software to give greater
intelligence to the business operations of the world's
infrastructure:
 


  • Analytics software for monitoring telecommunications,
    transportation, or any network that distributes data such as
    escalators for metros, ATMs for banks and refrigerators for grocery
    chains;

  • New software that monitors and manages smart meter networks for
    energy, water and gas utilities;

  • New software that helps hospitals locate and monitor their
    clinical and biomedical equipment in real-time to ensure that
    life-saving medical devices are instantly available and expertly
    maintained; and

  • Smarter buildings software that helps organizations to optimize
    their buildings' energy and equipment efficiency.
     


A few of the many press clippings:
 

Wall Street Journal: href="http://online.wsj.com/article/BT-CO-20110225-714033.html">IBM
To Unveil Product That Monitors Energy Usage In Buildings
 
By Shara Tibken, February 25, 2011
 

Forbes: href="http://blogs.forbes.com/ericsavitz/2011/02/25/our-office-buildings-are-talking-to-us-time-to-start-listening/">Our
Office Buildings Are Talking To US; Time To Start
Listening
 
By Dave Bartlett, February 25, 2011
 

href="http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9212359/IBM_sees_huge_opportunity_for_emerging_environmental_business">IBM
sees huge opportunity for emerging environmental business
 
ComputerWorld: Growth of market will also create multiple new
positions for IT professionals, execs say
 
By Patrick Thibodeau
 
March 1, 2011 04:13 PM ET
 

Greenbang: href="http://www.greenbang.com/ibm-better-analytics-can-cut-university-energy-use_16612.html">IBM:
Better analytics can cut university energy use
 
By staff, March 1, 2011
 

Smarter buildings is huge!  Stay tuned for more Facilities
Friday blogs every month!

 

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