Buildings are connected like never been before, and the increasing complexity demands an unprecedented exchange of data. A smart, connected infrastructure helps facility managers develop systems to provide more efficient ways to measure performance, which works to reduce energy use, optimize how space is used and minimize the environmental impact of buildings.

The CTBUH Smart Building Technology Working Group was formed with the goal of defining and exploring innovative smart technology in tall buildings.

For more information on the Smart Building Technology Working Group or to get involved, please contact [email protected]

People

David Malott

Chair
David Malott
Founder, CEO
AI.
New York City, United States

Peter Brickell


Peter Brickell
MEP Director, Digital Transformation
AECOM
London, United Kingdom

Peter Halliday


Peter Halliday
Head of Building Performance & Sustainability
Siemens Building Technology
Zurich, Switzerland

Shonn Mills


Shonn Mills
Global Director High Rise
Ramboll Group
Copenhagen, Denmark

Joshua Ridley


Joshua Ridley
Founder, CEO
Ridley
Sydney, Australia

Mark Sarkisian


Mark Sarkisian
Partner of Structural Engineering
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP
San Francisco, United States

Santeri Suoranta


Santeri Suoranta
Head of Technology, Major Projects
KONE
Hyvinkää, Finland

Jon Van Benthem


Jon Van Benthem
Architecture Strategy Manager
Autodesk
Denver, United States

Kui Zhuang


Kui Zhuang
Vice President
CCDI Group
Shanghai, China