On October 26th and 27th, USGBC will host its second Smart Building Summit, bringing together diverse players to discuss the optimization of the design and operation of integrated, high-performance buildings. Join us with other industry leaders for our 2023 event to explore opportunities to advance how smart buildings can support climate, health, equity, and resilience. More information on the program and registration is forthcoming.
Check back for 2023 speaker announcements
Review the 2022 schedule and stay tuned for information on 2023.
Case Study: Center for Intelligent Buildings
The Challenge of Smart Building Integration
Smart Building Operators: The Workforce of the Future
Optimizing Smart Buildings and the Grid
State of the Art AI & Machine Learning in Buildings
AIA SF COTE
Women Energy Association
ASHRAE Golden Gate Chapter
Central Coast Green Building Council
Are there sponsorship opportunities?
We welcome your support and partnership. Reach out to Melanie Colburn, USGBC Director of Market Transformation & Development (email@example.com) or check out the prospectus.
Will this be in-person or virtual?
The event will be fully virtual to support public health priorities and to make it available to a national audience. But don’t worry, we plan to have a host of engagement opportunities for our virtual participants.
Who is on the working group for the summit?
The Smart Building working group is responsible for steering and convening the conference on behalf of our industry peers. Our 2022 working group included:
- Smart Building Chair | Brandon Tinianov, Head of Strategy, Mynt
- Smart Building Vice Chair | Mia Brøndum, Sales Director, WindowMaster
- USGBC Northern California MLAB Co-Chair | Anthony Bernheim, LEED Fellow, Healthy & Resilient Buildings Program Manager, San Francisco International Airport
- USGBC MLAB Staff Co-Chair | Melanie Colburn, Director of Market Transformation and Development, U.S. Green Building Council
- Advisor | Chris Pyke, PhD, Senior Vice President, Product at ArcSkoru, Inc.
- Advisor | Stefano Schiavon, PhD, Associate Professor of Architecture and Civil and Environmental Engineering at UC Berkeley and Associate Director of CEDR
Will continuing education credits be available?
Yes, we will be offering GBCI and AIA continuing education hours for most sessions with a possible total of 8 CE's.
Will recordings of this event be available?
Yes, we will have a recording available for a limited time after the event for registrants.
Attend the Smart Building Summit
Saul Griffith: Q&A with a sustainability futurist
10 Steps to Carbon Zero Real Estate
LEED Leading the Way - Smart Buildings