Are you Taking the Right Approach to Smart Buildings & Places?

As we look to deliver the outcomes that building owners and occupiers need, there is an opportunity to examine what the principles and elements of a value chain for Smart Buildings & Places should really consist of.

Has complacency set into our approach, with too much of a focus placed on the traditional stakeholders in a Smart Building? The Landlord, tenant and occupants? Which other key stakeholders need to be more vocal? And how should we factor in communities and the environment (the planet) as other stakeholders who will be key in delivering a sustainable business model for future generations?

In this presentation, Capita outlines the rationale that organisations need to challenge and refine the business models of today to achieve better outcomes for the connected Smart Buildings & Places of the future.


Paul Thomas, Head of Presales & Propositions at Capita IT and Networks

D2 Spaces 10:45

After previously managing a team of sales engineers and product managers covering a portfolio consisting of IP Physical Security, Video Security & analytics and a range of Intelligent Building Solutions, Paul is part of Capita consulting, covering a range of services associated with SmartBuildings, Data Centres, Critical Infrastructures & IoT.

An experienced presenter, and with over 20 years of accumulated knowledge in telecoms, ICT, networking and security, Paul brings a more holistic approach to his role, helping clients realise greater benefit through consultancy and business modelling