With the Connected Buildings Tour, we want to educate and inspire teams across the country, sharing what’s possible for building owners and operators, sustainability, and finance professionals with today’s innovations.
Oakland, Calif. (PRWEB) September 08, 2015
Lucid, the leading provider of cloud-based building management solutions, today announced an upcoming, multi-city roadshow: the Connected Buildings Tour.
The Connected Buildings Tour features a series of invitation-only events designed to spark discussion and inspire action. Throughout seven stops in different U.S. cities, the tour will highlight the challenges facing building operations teams today. Engaging panels and guest speakers will talk about how technology and device connectivity is ushering in a new era of building management.
“The building space is ripe for transformation,” said Vladi Shunturov, Cofounder and CEO of Lucid. “New technology and business models are beginning to completely change the way we interact with buildings. With the Connected Buildings Tour, we want to educate and inspire teams across the country, sharing what’s possible for building owners and operators, sustainability, and finance professionals with today’s innovations."
The tour will draw on ideas from Lucid’s Connected Buildings Summit, which was held in May 2015 at the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
New York, NY, September 30
Orlando, FL, September 30
Washington, D.C., October 2
Chicago, IL, October 6
Boston, MA, October 8
Dallas, TX, October 15
San Diego, CA, October 21
More than 100 thought leaders and customers were present at the 2015 Summit in Stanford, including visionaries like John Picard, Founder of HP Energy; Marianne Wu, Managing Director of GE Ventures; and Megan Rast, Director of Sustainability at Sony Pictures Entertainment.
For more information about the tour, and to register, visit ConnectedBuildings.co.
Lucid is making building management simple. By connecting people to buildings, our intuitive solutions empower organizations to make smarter decisions that reduce costs, improve occupant comfort, and accelerate team productivity. Lucid is headquartered in Oakland, California, with offices in Portland and Toronto. For more information about Lucid, visit LucidConnects.com.