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The Switch Platform: 3 ways to ingest data

The Switch Platform integrates with commercial building portfolios via the Switch IoT Gateway, data mapping and APIs.

Three things CRE leaders must do to usher in the digital future of real estate

Switch CEO Deb Noller paints a picture of the real estate industry’s technological transformation and how companies must adapt to stay competitive.

Switch weighs in on the 2019 North American GRESB Results

Property investors now want to see climate change as a quantifiable cost, and we left the GRESB events with a strong sense of how financial projection and climate change are beginning to collide.

How many engineers does it take to optimize a lightbulb?

We explore the day-to-day activities of three Switch engineers to demonstrate how they create scalable optimization opportunities that aren’t possible with a legacy FM approach.

Understanding the personal and financial benefits of green certification

This final part of our green building certification series investigates the financial, organizational and occupant-related benefits of investing in green certification.

IBcon 2019: The future of FM is digital

Last week Switch sent our largest ever event team to IBcon 2019, real estate’s most comprehensive conference focused on smart buildings. Here are this year’s key industry takeaways.

Using smart building platforms to facilitate green certification

The right smart building platform supports green building certification, whether you’re embarking on retro-commissioning, continuous commissioning or certification interfacing.

IBcon 2019: 7 talks you can’t afford to miss

Heading to Nashville for the biggest real estate conference of the year? Be sure to attend these 7 key IBcon 2019 sessions to make the most of your trip.

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