Leon Kantor

Co-Founder & COO, FuturePlace

Leon brings over 20 years of international experience to this role across content management and event production. He has a proven track record of successfully managing and growing events and content businesses from conception to building regional and international rollouts.

Across his career, he has held senior management roles across three continents, including the CIO Network, Beacon, the Middle East Economic Digest and Investor Relations Magazine, amongst others Leon holds a Bachelor of Communications, University of Canberra, Australia.

Takes part in

  • Digital Built World SummitView Full Event
  • 11:00 - 11:20

    Roundtable 6: Twins add value to assets – fact or fiction?

    By Steven Coyle Regional Digital Engineering Lead, Arcadis

    Delegates will have the opportunity to participate in two 20 minute moderated roundtables featuring an expert panel to kick-start the conversations. Our roundtables will run for the entire hour with delegates switching after 20 minutes. At the end of the session, the session facilitators will come to the stage to briefly share what was discussed within each round table. 

  • 11:20 - 11:40

    Roundtable 8: The digital brief – Ensuring effective agreement on the data gathering, data sharing and project controls

  • 11:20 - 23:40

    Roundtable 7: Ensuring effective BIM/GIS data integration for digital twin applications 

  • 11:00 - 11:20

    Roundtable 5: Data and decisions: Building the business case for a digital twin 

  • 16:00 - 16:30

    Rotation 2: Is it true that digital twins drive sustainability and the circular economy at speed and scale? 

  • 16:00 - 16:30

    Rotation 2: Urban spatial digital twins – Sharing experiences of research, planning and development



  • 15:30 - 16:00

    Rotation 1: Shaping the future of common data environment - Comparing BIM vs twin data needs and challenges 

  • 03:30 - 16:00

    Rotation 1: Building the asset information model to support the adoption of a digital twin

  • 17:30 - 17:30

    EXPERT BRIEFING ASIA: The digital brief – Ensuring effective agreement on the data gathering, data sharing and project controls 

    Digital twins require a greater focus on data quality between project partners. The larger vision is that improved data quality for a digital twin creates more certainty for the recommendations or changes it provides to improve the construction or operation of a built asset. In this session, we discuss how partners should manage the data. 

  • 17:30 - 17:30

    Chair's Close and End of Day Two

  • 16:50 - 17:30

    Panel discussion – Industry 4.0 sandboxes and the future of digital twins

    For our last panel we reflect upon where the digital twin strategy will take us based upon promising R&D and stronger ESG regulations. We also consider the evolving needs of asset managers in twinning and automating complex business and social systems within buildings, cities and civil infrastructure.  

    Panellists include:
    Anders Logg Professor of Computational Mathematics, Chalmers University of Technology and Director, Digital Twin Cities Centre - Sweden
    Bart Brink Global Director Digital Twins, Royal HaskoningDHV, & Chair, Digital Twin Work Group, Building Smart International - Netherlands
    Souvik Barat Principle Scientist, Tata Consultancy Services Research - India
    Adam Davis Partner Design Systems Analyst, Foster and Partners - United Kingdom
    Ibrahim Atta-Apau Director, Digital Twin Lead, Atkins Acuity - UAE
    Moderated by:
    Andrew Harris Director Technical Futures & Engineering Excellence, Laing O'Rourke
  • 16:30 - 16:50

    The future of commercial property – Inside the smart building transformation

    Twinview is a browser-based Digital Twin platform for the property sector connecting building systems’ data to a 3D model viewed on a single dashboard. Earlier this year Twinview integrated with Great Portland Estates The Hickman – creating the most intelligent building in the world. We hear from the implementer and the client. 


  • 16:10 - 16:30

    Using a digital twin to manage a large university campus portfolio

    By Ulf Däversjö Director of Innovation and Sustainable Development, Akademiska Hus - Sweden

    Akademiska Hus is one of Sweden’s largest real estate companies. They build, develop and manage education assets located in places all over Sweden. Within their assets, 300,000 people study, research and work every day. They also use a digital twin to optimize the performance of their assets.  

  • 15:50 - 16:10

    Building a digital twin for the Auckland City Rail Link and the asset management objectives

    City Rail Link is the largest transport infrastructure project New Zealand has ever attempted, the first metro project the country has ever done, and with the most onerous mandated digital deliverables a New Zealand project has ever had.  

  • 15:30 - 15:50

    Developing a digital twin for the design and construction of Sydney’s new international airport

    The Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport terminal is a transformational infrastructure project of national significance, driving economic growth and providing thousands of job opportunities for the people of Western Sydney, while supporting Sydney’s growing aviation needs. We consider the advantages of using a twin and how it might also be used by the owners. 


  • 15:00 - 15:30

    Networking Break & Showcase Viewing 

  • 14:20 - 15:00

    Panel discussion – Digital twin user experiences to improve asset performance

    As the concept of a digital twin becomes clearer, the focus is shifting from exploring the technology to focusing on how to capture value from it across the asset lifecycle.  

    Panellists include:
    Col Ussher Head of Asset Transformation, Essential Energy
    Evan Quick Principal Engineer, Digital Engineering, Rail Projects Victoria
    Jackie Frost Asset Management Manager, Moreton Bay Regional Council
    Moderated by:
    Rekha Kharbanda Executive Leader – Digital Transformation, Tonkin + Taylor - New Zealand
  • 14:00 - 14:20

    Digital twin project outcomes for water utility asset managers

    By Thomas Debruyne CDO, Beca - New Zealand

    Industry studies and a vast portfolio of pan-sector examples show us the benefits of twins for enhanced performance, optimised usage, better predictions and better decision-making. But, the question remains – how will it generate benefit for your organisation specifically? This twinning case study outlines the key outcomes to date for a global leader in water management.  

  • 13:40 - 14:00

    Victoria’s digital assets – the Digital Build Program

    By Luke Belfield Victorian Chief Engineer, Office of Projects Victoria, Department of Treasury and Finance

    Projects are increasingly using internationally leading technologies and workflows to improve project delivery. To ensure this adoption is consistent and value-adding, projects are implementing best practice standards and requirements to ensure the high quality information created throughout delivery is unlocked and managed effectively in the asset management phase.  


  • 11:50 - 12:30

    TECHTALKS – Digital innovators share their strategies on how to support the AEC and twinning sector

    Panellists include:
    Derek Feebrey Chief Executive Officer, Trendspek
    Matthew Barbuto Co-Founder, Ynomia
    Saibal D. Chowdhury CEO, Urbanetic - Singapore
    Moderated by:
    Stephen Macdonald Partner, The PropTech Connection

  • 12:00 - 13:00

    Networking Lunch & Showcase Viewing

  • 11:00 - 23:30

    Rotation 1: Twins add value to assets – fact or fiction?

  • 10:30 - 11:00

    Networking Break & Showcase Viewing

  • 09:00 - 09:40

    Panel discussion – Innovation in the age of disruption - Bringing your business partner on the digital twin journey

    The use of digital twins to inform decision making and reporting is a key competitive advantageHow do you advise partners, clients or colleagues to adopt this strategy to improve their management of asset information and their digital transformation requirements? What are their key objections towards the adoption of the strategy?  

    Panellists include:
    Sam Harley Managing Principal, Digital Enablement, Aurecon
    Clive Parsons Director, Digital Construction Office, Mirvac
    Theresa Wells Market Leader Digital APAC, GHD - New Zealand
    John Turner VP of Innovative Solutions, Gafcon, Inc., and chair of the Infrastructure Working Group at the Digital Twin Consortium - USA
    Eugene Seah MD, Digital Advisory, Surbana Technologies - Singapore
    Moderated by:
    Dan Isaacs CTO, Digital Twin Consortium - USA
  • 09:30 - 09:50

    KEYNOTE - Digital twins and improved data governance for improving construction confidence

    The industry is now witnessing how new ways of working based around data managementBy rethinking our workflows, we can become more proactive and measurably more effective. The conversation has turned to how new performance based digital dashboards can be deployed to inform consumers, industry and government in real time of how data is defining our future. 


  • 09:00 - 09:30

    EXPERT BRIEFING AUSTRALIA: The digital brief – Ensuring effective agreement on the data gathering, data sharing and project controls

    Digital twins require a greater focus on data quality between project partners. The end vision is that improved data quality for a digital twin creates more certainty for the recommendations or changes it provides to improve the construction or operation of a built asset. In this session, we discuss how partners should manage the data. 

    Panellists include:
    Andrew Curthoys Digital Relationship Manager, Cross River Rail Delivery Authority, & Chair, Australasian BIM Advisory Board
    Josh Symonds APAC Data Leader, Advanced Digital Engineering, Arup
    Angelo Fiumara Digital Asset Integration Manager, Essential Energy
    Eric Bugeja Chairperson, buildingSMART Australasia, and Executive Member, Australasian BIM Advisory Board
    Moderated by:
    Jenny Tseng Principal Digital Advisory, Mott MacDonald
  • 08:55 - 09:00

    Chair’s welcome


  • 17:50 - 17:50

    EXPERT BRIEFING ASIA - They’re just fancy BIM models, aren’t they? Evolving your existing digital design solutions to incorporate connected customers and the twin framework

    Asset owners increasingly are realizing that a coordinated approach is needed to deliver the required change in asset performance and efficiency. They need access to asset data held by their AEC partners. We consider the practical issues involved to make this happen. This session will bring you up to speed on the digital twin strategy. 

  • 17:30 - 17:30

    Chair’s closing remarks & networking reception

  • 16:50 - 17:30

    Panel discussion – Digital twin transformation journeys – from a construction tool to a sustainable service platform and beyond

    Behind the hype, and the data management challenges, digital twins offer real value to AECs and asset owners. In this panel, we explore what it means to use digital twins as a digital and business transformation strategy and what this new framework means for BIM practitioners. 

    Panellists include:
    Raj Thampuran MD, Technology and Research, Surbana Jurong - Singapore
    David McKee CEO, Slingshot and Co-Chair, Digital Twin Consortium - UK
    Simon Evans Digital Twin Leader, Arup, and Chair of the Gemini Call at the National Digital Twin Programme - UK
    Paul Mullett Group Director, Engineering & Technology, Robert Bird Group - UAE
    Rob Clifton COO, Asite - United Kingdom
    Moderated by:
    Nicolas Waern CEO and Digital Twin Evangelist, WINNIIO - Sweden
  • 16:30 - 16:50

    Key lessons from the National Digital Twin Programme for the United Kingdom

    By Mark Enzer OBE Global CTO, Mott MacDonald, and Head National Digital Twin Programme, Centre for Digital Built Britain - UK

    The National Digital Twin programme (NDTp) is run by the Centre for Digital Built Britain, a partnership between the University of Cambridge and the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.  


  • 16:30 - 16:45

    We take a short break for the hotel to reset the room. Meanwhile we host a networking activity with a prize draw.


    Delegates will have the opportunity to participate in two x 20 minute moderated roundtables featuring an expert panel to kick-start the conversations. Our roundtables will run for the entire hour with delegates switching after 20 minutes. At the end of the session, the session facilitators will come to the stage to briefly share what was discussed within each round table. 

  • 14:40 - 15:10

    Networking break and exhibition viewing

  • 14:40 - 15:00

    Empowering stakeholders to collaborate at every phase of the building process

    From five dimensional building information modeling (BIM 5D) to AI-driven scheduling, drone quantity trackers, human safety trackers, or AR-assisted wearables, the future is here, or at least within our reach. Yet to capture its benefits, project teams have to get integrated and change their behavioursIn this presentation you will hear why owners must lead the cultural change and pursue a rolling digital collaboration program with their supply chains to develop, implement and capture the increasing benefit of digital across their project portfolio.  

  • 14:00 - 14:40

    Panel discussion:  Cost vs value - Investing in a scalable, resilient and secure digital foundation for the future of the built asset business

    Digital transformation for the built asset world has been slow to develop. Hesitation in investing large amounts of funds is a valid and understandable concern The panel shares what they see as the future of built asset transformation and what it means to be a Next Gen digital business.  

    Panellists include:
    Matthew Gallaugher Director of Technology, WSP
    Sheridan Ware Chief Information and Technology Officer, Charter Hall
    Thomas Hyde CDO, Beca - New Zealand
    Andrew Maher Group Managing Principal, Eminence, Digital & Innovation, Aurecon
    Moderated by:
  • 13:40 - 14:00

    Digital twin ecosystems and partnership to deliver performance at scale

    Digital twins, smart cities, and other forms of innovation can only be efficiently deployed if the underlying BIM data is coherent across buildings, cities and regions. But creating a system to encourage data exchange is meaningless without an environment in which it can succeed. In this session you will get insights into how to develop an interconnected ecosystem built around an open platform in which data flows freely. 


  • 12:40 - 13:50

    Networking lunch and exhibition viewing 

  • 12:00 - 12:40

    Panel: Spatial digital twins – Forging digital partnerships to support sustainable cities and communities

    Spatial digital twin proof-of-concepts are being rolled out in APAC cities. The developers imagine a series of connected urban digital twins sharing data to boost infrastructure performance on issues including climate change. Our panel gives us an insight on how the system will work and will speculate on the impact of 5G.

    Panellists include:
    Mark Chapman Executive - Integrated Enterprise Products, Telstra
    Damien Cutcliffe Director of Business Development and Growth, Digital, WSP
    Rory Brown Director, Smart Places Programs, NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment
    Wayne Patterson Director Spatial Operations, NSW Department of Customer Service
    Moderated by:
  • 11:40 - 12:00

    Creating a uniquely crafted, robust Digital Twin that drives collaboration and unlocks vital insights across the asset lifecycle

    By Rob Kennedy Senior Product Line Manager – Digital Twin, Wood

    We have honed our expertise building digital twins in the energy sector, where highly complex assets, soaring capital expenditure and lengthy operating phases demand a value-driven, full asset lifecycle approach. In this presentation we will share our approach and how we translated this know-how into the built environment, by focusing on ‘right-to-left thinking’ to reflect operational requirements into project delivery – building the operating digital twin alongside the physical asset

  • 11:20 - 11:40

    KEYNOTE: Geospatial-powered smart cities - Breathing life into urban digital twins for a more sustainable world

    By Carys Evans Director Digital Twin Victoria, Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning
  • 11:00 - 11:05

    Chair’s welcome to our Asian delegates who are just joining


  • 10:20 - 10:55

    Networking break and exhibition viewing

  • 13:50 - 14:10

    Bringing project data together from its many sources, formats and phases to create a data-rich digital hub that tracks BIM asset data from design through operations

    By Pierpaolo Franco VP - International Markets Development, Glodon - China

    Building owners want digital data at handover to get the most out of their investment, given nearly 80 percent of an asset’s lifetime value is realised in operations. In this session you’ll learn: · How you can deliver a holistic and usable view of design and construction data as a digital twin for operations · Why a single source of truth for operations will help reduce the total cost of ownership of projects, and help owners realise the value of BIM long after handover. 

  • 09:10 - 09:35

    KEYNOTE - Digital visions for business frameworks that support the cognitive digital twin

    By William Ruh CEO, Lendlease Digital, and Chair of Steering Committee, Digital Twin Consortium

    Knowing the technology end game helps in building digital frameworks today. This presentation provides a vision of the future based around AI/ML, cognitive digital twins & radical digital transformation. We also reflect upon what it means to be digital twin enabled. 

  • Diversity, Equality & Inclusion in Real Estate ForumView Full Event
  • 12:00 - 12:10

    Welcome remarks

    By Leon Kantor Co-Founder & COO, FuturePlace
  • Future of Construction SummitView Full Event
  • 09:00 - 09:10

    Chairman’s opening remarks

    By Leon Kantor Co-Founder & COO, FuturePlace
  • 09:00 - 09:10

    Chairman’s opening remarks

    By Leon Kantor Co-Founder & COO, FuturePlace
  • Future of Office Space SummitView Full Event
  • 17:00 - 17:30

    International locknote address - Enhancing the performance of a A$75Billion real estate portfolio through community focused innovation

    By Manuel Käsbauer Chief Technology and Innovation Officer, PATRIZIA AG

    At PATRIZIA, they pride themselves on their forward-thinking, responsible and sustainable approach to commercial building investment. For almost 40 years these attributes have allowed them to deliver long-term, value that continues to grow their A$75Billion real estate portfolio for their stakeholders, clients, and tenants. In this session, we hear from their Chief Technology & Innovation Officer Dr, Manuel Käsbauer on the megatrends shaping the Future of Commercial Real Estate and how innovation is enhancing their portfolio and ability to develop meaningful communities across their commercial portfolio.

    Guest include:
    Manuel Käsbauer Chief Technology and Innovation Officer, PATRIZIA AG
  • 14:00 - 14:40

    Panel Discussion - Looking at how ESG is driving greater sustainability across commercial real estate

    Before Covid changed the landscape, ESG and the need for greater sustainability was coming of age. Today, tenants have taken up the baton, making it even more important for developers and landlords to design, build and operate with ESG at the forefront as the push towards Net-Zero gathers pace.  

    • Assessing the impact of ESG on Commercial Real Estate and how it has evolved over the last 24 months? 
    • How is technology playing a key role in addressing sustainability issues and enabling commercial buildings to tread more lightly on the planet?
    • Examining the ethical application of technology and what this means in terms of office space. 
    • From construction to facilities management – what can each player in the CRE ecosystem do better to drive sustainable outcomes? 
    • How much of a factor is ESG when tenants are selecting office space? 
    Panellists include:
    Margot Black General Manager Corporate Sustainability, Investa
    Bruce Precious Principal, Six Capitals Consulting
    Jeffrey Robinson Global Head of Sustainability, Aurecon
    May Kay Cheung Senior Workplace Design Manager, Atlassian
    Moderated by:
    Simon Carter Managing Director, Morphosis  & Founding Chair, Sustainable Digitalisation Project
  • 16:10 - 16:30

    Understanding the role of technologies such as IAQ, AI, wearables, visitor management and contactless in enabling the return to work, and creating offices that are safe, healthy, productive and sustainable.


  • 15:20 - 15:40

    Interactive round table sessions

    These quickfire moderated roundtable sessions enable delegates to break up into small focus groups of 20 to deep dive into topics of specific interest. 

    • Roundtable 1: Office design for a hybrid world 
    • Roundtable 2: Tenant experience – How to track and measure the right data to improve tenant relationships 
    • Roundtable 3: Leveraging big data and analytics to assess portfolio performance and investment decisions 
    • Roundtable 4: Creating healthy sustainable offices through technology 
    • Roundtable 5: Smart buildings: Overcoming technology deployment obstacles 
  • 14:40 - 15:20

    Voice of the tenant panel - Looking at how tenant demands across Asia are driving landlords to adopt innovative approaches to the design and fit out of their offices

    One way to attract or to keep wavering tenants secure is by investment into the buildings themselves. Tenants want greater amenities and end of trip facilities, as well as building connectivity that increases organisational culture, productivity as well as promoting staff well-be
    ing and environmental sustainability and overall air quality. These areas and more will be discussed in this intimate panel discussion led by one of the region’s leading experts in Occupier Services and his tenants.

    • What are the views of tenants across APAC and what lessons can be applied for tenants in Australia?
    • Examining what trends and themes are driving Best Practice from an APAC perspective?
    • Looking at how occupiers are becoming more vocal in what they want from landlords and how agencies are working to bring them together
    • Understanding what the future may look like and how it is being shaped to meet evolving demands for spaces that provide wellbeing, functionality, safety and in a more sustainable way
    Panellists include:
    Anil Singh Head of Real Estate Asia & Australia, Siemens - China
    Ellen Yang Property and Construction Lead ANZ, HelloFresh
    Moderated by:
  • 12:35 - 13:00

    How is office space being reimagined for a new era of work

    In the past three decades, a series of quiet revolutions in design have changed the way offices are used, erasing former hierarchies of walls and cubicles and incorporating workplace methodologies from the technology industry into team-based, open-plan layouts. At the same time, digital tools such as e-mail, Excel, Google Docs, video conferencing, virtual whiteboarding, and chat channels like Slack have made a worker’s presence in those offices less essential. The pandemic has collapsed these divergent trends into an existential question: What’s an office for? Is it a place for newbies to learn from experienced colleagues? A way for bosses to oversee shirkers? A platform for collaboration? A source of friends and social life? A respite from the family? A reason to leave the house? It turns out that work, which is what the office was supposed to be for, is possible to do from somewhere else. 

    In this presentation, we’ll hear how forward-thinking companies are figuring out how to balance what appears to be a lasting shift toward remote work with the value of the physical workplace. 


  • 11:50 - 12:30

    Meet the managers - Capital markets and investor perspectives on Commercial Real Estate

    The future for office commercial space looks increasingly uncertain, as more and more people work from home and some employers consider making it a permanent arrangement. This could significantly affect office real estate investment trusts, or REITs, at least in the short to medium term, according to analysts. However, some are still somewhat positive on the longer-term outlook. 

    Back by popular demand, we invite some of Australia’s leading commercial fund managers to lift the bonnet and crystal ball gaze into the trends of commercial real estate from the viewpoint of investors and the capital markets.  

    • Examining the short, medium and long term prospects for office space. What are the current occupancy rates, impacts on leases, price per sqm and yields etc? 
    • What are the view of REITS and fund managers regarding office investment returns? Is there evidence of a flight to quality in the office market and a longer term structural shift to certain types of office assets, and what sort of assets are in demand? 
    • Assessing if the ‘risk adverse’ money is moving away from office and into other sectors such as industrial & logistics as investors seek safer, more ‘risk adjusted’ returns? 
    • Reviewing what lenders are doing and thinking in the face of the WFH-driven uncertainty? Also, what can landlords do to influence the outcome of the WFH versus in-office contest? Lastly, what has happened to LVRs and underwriting? 
    • Examining how are office landlords are adjusting to climate change pressures? Building operations are a major source of emissions and as capital allocators look for sustainable investments, does the property industry have any choice but to de-carbonize? 
    Panellists include:
    Gemma Moulang Divisional Director – Asset Management, EG
    Micah Schulz Head of Office, Investment Management, Lendlease
    Rodney Timm Director Property Funds, Panthera Property Group
    Mark Fischer Global Head of Real Estate, Qualitas
    Moderated by:
    Ben Aitkenhead Managing Director, Pacific Oak Capital Advisors
  • 11:30 - 11:55

    Research report - Commercial property under the spotlight - one year on, what has changed?

    By David Cannington Head of Research & Strategy, Investa Property Group
    • Examining current office performance/analysis 
    • Occupancy rates and leasing demand  
    • Stock levels and how demand is evolving in the new environment 
    • Changing tenant needs/expectations of hybrid workplace 
    • Contrasting Grade A with Grade B properties and the opportunities created 

  • 10:20 - 10:40

    Unlocking the power of data & analytics to optimise the performance of office portfolio’s

    In this session you’ll learn how CRE analytics can be used to produce valuable insights to investors, landlords, and property teams about office portfolios. 

  • 09:45 - 10:25

    Plenary Panel Discussion - Examining the New NORMAL and what it means for office demand, design and the role of technology as we push to revitalise CBDs

    Covid has caused massive disruption to CBDs and Commercial Real Estate. Once thriving cities, full of office buildings housing employees have been forced into lockdown with significant economic impact. What is not known is how permanent this impact will be with many companies advocating for a push back to pre-covid workplace arrangements, and others adopting hybrid working policies. In this session we gather leading industry professionals to talk about the past, present and the future of office space such as: 

    • Has the role of the office changed forever and what are the implications of hybrid work on city CBDs and the national economy?  
    • What role are tenants playing in defining the new office landscape? 
    • What can landlords do to enhance their design, safety, air quality, wellbeing and more to attract and retain tenants? 
    • Examining the role technology plays in making office spaces clean, healthy, attractive and more sustainable. 
    • Looking at retail from a commercial building perspective; how can we support retailers in order for them to support the tenants of the buildings they occupy? 
    • What does all of this mean for office landlords, investors and agencies and how can they work together to enhance and revitalise the CBD? 
    Panellists include:
    Ninotschka Titchkosky Commissioner, Commission into the Future of Sydney CBD & Co-CEO, BVN
    Sasanka Liyanage Head of Research, Charter Hall
    Amanda Steele Executive Managing Director, Property Management, CBRE
    David Fassbender Managing Director & Head of SE Asia, PGIM
    Jon Lesquereux Regional Head APAC, Equiem
    Moderated by:
    Kelly Cunningham Managing Director, Your Leasing Co.

  • 09:15 - 09:45

    International keynote – Google's Digital Buildings strategy in focus: Deploying technology in a secure and scalable way to enable SMART Buildings across a large corporate real estate portfolio

    By Sabine Lam Real Estate & Workplace Digital Building Platform and Governance global lead, Google

    Sabine Lam is the Global Lead for Real Estate & Workplace for Google and is responsible for the network security, transformation, adaptability, sustainability and the digitalisation of more than 700 buildings and data centres – across more than 40 million square feet of commercial Real Estate. In this session we hear how Google sets and manages their CRE goals and how they are implemented across their portfolio in over 50 countries globally.

    • Unpacking the Google Operating Systems in terms of Real Estate Workplace Services (REWS) and what it means for our employees, buildings and the tech that enables it all
    • Reviewing security, transformation, adaptability and the digitalisation of buildings from a REWS and multi-user precinct perspective
    • How do we build our buildings in order to meet REWS standards?
    • Tackling sustainability from energy usage and measurement to materials across the supply chain and ongoing facilities management
    • How data is critical to realising all of the above and sets the standard for Google approaches to REWS

  • 09:00 - 09:15

    Chairman’s opening remarks

    By Leon Kantor Co-Founder & COO, FuturePlace
  • Industrial Real Estate SummitView Full Event
  • 11:50 - 12:10

    Fireside Chat: AUSTRALIA POST - Embedding network security, whilst leveraging telematics of connected devices to move the physical and digital worlds

    By Shane Hazim Head of Technology – Transformation & Enablement, Australia Post

    Australia Post has one of the largest Industrial Portfolios across Australia. In this fireside chat with Shane Hazim, we explore how they are modernising their buildings and leveraging technology to secure and transform their operations to the digital world – and realise their objectives for fast delivery, safety, connected workforce and security for both themselves and their business partners. 

    • Fostering innovation across their Distribution Centres
    • Examining how technology and telematics are driving their business forward and enabling smarter decisions within the industrial built world
    • Connecting the Physical to the Built World and ensuring secure and ethical communications across the convergence of IOT devices
    Guest include:
    Shane Hazim Head of Technology – Transformation & Enablement, Australia Post
  • 09:00 - 09:10

    Chairperson's Opening Remarks

    By Leon Kantor Co-Founder & COO, FuturePlace
  • PropTech NEXT SummitView Full Event
  • 09:00 - 09:10

    Chair’s opening remarks

    By Leon Kantor Co-Founder & COO, FuturePlace
  • 09:00 - 09:15

    Chairman’s opening remarks

    By Leon Kantor Co-Founder & COO, FuturePlace

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