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Gabriel Wetzel

Vice President, Head Business Unit IoT projects and Smart City

Bosch Software Innovations

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Webinar: Connected Building - Jan. 24 & 26, 2017

01/26/2017, 4:00 PM

January 24, 9:00 am (CET) | 4:00 pm (SGT)

January 26, 4:00 pm (CET) | 9:00 am (CST)

Webinar:
Connected Building – connectivity as the key to more efficiency and convenience in commercial buildings


A connected building offers greater efficiency and convenience with respect to management and maintenance. Using building information and managing the data can help generate improved or completely new services for building operators, services that manufacturers of building technology can offer as added value.

Our cloud-based solution – the Connected Building platform – helps turn the idea of the smart building into reality. Using the platform, building operators can access real-time data on their building from anywhere, allowing them to pinpoint problems before any major damage occurs. This results in optimum service intervals and efficient maintenance.

Who is the webinar for?


This 30-minute webinar is free of charge and is aimed at manufacturers of building technology, building automation, and lighting, in addition to construction companies and providers of building services.

The webinar includes


  • Digitalization and IoT meets commercial buildings
  • Functions and setup of the Connected Building platform
  • Sample applications: remote monitoring of lighting infrastructure and space management

Speaker


Gabriel Wetzel is vice president of Bosch Software Innovations GmbH and leads its Internet of Things and Smart City business unit. His team develops and sells end-to-end IoT solutions for large-volume applications. With over 15 years’ experience in various management positions at Robert Bosch GmbH, Gabriel was most recently in charge of project and product management for innovative automotive components.