In this episode of the Smart Buildings Academy, we are going to discuss how to identify energy and sustainability centered buyers.
It should be no surprise that building owners are focused on sustainability and energy.
Between regulations, incentives, and utility costs organizations are increasingly establishing energy and carbon guidelines for their facilities.
This presents a great opportunity for solution minded organizations to pursue these opportunities. In this episode we will discuss a framework to identify these customers and opportunities.
This will involve a live screenshare where we target specific customers and research these opportunities.
In this episode of the Smart Buildings Academy Podcast we continue our multipart series on cyber security.
In today's episode we are going to dive deeper into reconnaissance, which is the first phase of a cyber security attack.
Here we will be looking deeper into techniques and tools that are used to actively and passively gather information on potential targets.
We will explore how to protect your building automation system and your BAS employees from this initial phase of attack.
As always please ask any questions you have.
Cyber Security is not that hard.
Over the next several episodes we are going to be exploring cyber security concepts and tying them to building automation.
My hope is that by the end of this series you will have an understanding of cyber security theory and processes.
This is meant to be an interactive episode so be sure to tune in and ask questions as we explore this topic.
In this episode of the Smart Buildings Academy Podcast, we interview Saheel Chandrani with ABB.
I'm really excited for two reasons.
One, ABB is discussing my favorite topic, workforce! You can have the best technology but without a clear plan to develop and support the workforce nothing else you do matters.
The other reason I'm excited is because you, our audience, and I get to be on the front row seat of a new building automation solution release.
I think you will find Saheel to be very down to earth and transparent.
Nick Sanchez is the next generation of BAS technicians.
The traditional strategy of hiring someone else's employees has failed. This strategy simply cannot produce the amount of talented employees you need to run your building automation business.
But where do you find folks like Nick?
And how do you train folks like Nick?
In this episode of the Smart Buildings Academy Podcast I chat with Nick about how he got into the BAS industry, his experience with BAS training, and how he went from knowing nothing about this industry to a BAS tech in less than 3 months.