Building owners and facility/ property managers face the same challenges: they have to make the most of available space, satisfy building users’ demands for utmost comfort and convenience, and find ever more efficient ways of operating their buildings. The more diverse the possibilities of connecting buildings with IoT-enabled sensors and technology, the more complex the task of identifying the most profitable projects and use cases for owners and managers.
- Which types of facility costs are best addressed by connecting the building?
- What proof-points show that IoT applications pay off?
- And which hard and soft factors – for example, the enhanced comfort and convenience of building users – should figure in the profitability analysis?
Miriam Klein and Stefan Radermacher from the Bosch.IO Building team will answer these questions for you in this on-demand webinar and afford you insight into an RoI calculation based on a real-world example.
Take part in this webinar to discover:
- What options are available for connecting office buildings
- Which IoT applications have a positive and sustainable impact on the various types of real estate costs
- How building owners and facility/property managers look at IoT use cases in buildings from an economic perspective and figure out the return on investment (RoI) for an actual use case.
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Learn more about the speakers
Miriam Klein, Bosch.IO
Miriam is an expert for IoT business development and consulting in our Bosch.IO Building team. In this role, she helps companies develop and validate new business models and define implementation options to suit their unique requirements, thereby ensuring the sustainable success of IoT applications for our customers.
Stefan Radermacher, Bosch.IO
Stefan Radermacher is our Bosch.IO Building team’s first point of contact for customers and partners. He puts together the best solutions for their needs and sets the wheels in motion to implement these packages. He guides companies to their destination, helping to identify the first use cases, develop MVPs, and get the application up and running.