Another post that is not really about PoE, but a reflection on how prompting a conversation about it might have provided a moment of clarity about role I could play having done so.
A post partly about lenses I use to look at what’s going on in market and scan the horizon, along with some of what I am seeing by using those. And some of that having the makings for an interesting panel discussion.
Announcement of round-up in Smart Buildings Magazine of retrofit-themed panel I curated and moderated at their Smart Buildings Show last month (Oct 2023).
As the headline explains this is not a post about PowerOverEthernet, but what is a provative one about is for and why.
Reflection on whether compiling a list of recommended industry events could help with mapping the smart buildings technology landscape.
Unpacking the pros and cons of Power Over Ethernet in the deployment of smart building assets.
Post from James Dice at Nexus Labs about their Market Place. Not sure how it solves the promise gap, not solves how shockingly bad most vendor marketing is.
A bookmark post of Trustek’s Verified Market Place of PropTech, as an example of similar smart building solution accreditation/certification schemes and buyers guide. I am fascinated to know if they and others have a matrix or framework that the technologies they assess or list get plotted on to.
This ‘new construction whole life carbon’ framework from team at eight versa does not make distinction between Physical and Digital assets, but is hopefully a prompt for those more technology-focused to create and/or share something similar.
Another day, another protech map. This time of the New Zealand market by Sam Stewart behind proptechmap.io and you can see what’s new and the full list that’s also tagged in the comments of his post on LinkedIn (see here). It’s another one I’m bookmarking for being along similar lines of what I think is