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REBNY presents PropTech Challenge at Connected Virtual Tech Event

The upcoming Connected Virtual Tech Event, presented by Connected Real Estate Magazine and the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY), will offer something...

IoT venture market eyes comeback amid pandemic-caused difficulties

Internet of Things (IoT) devices have become a critical part of the commercial real estate ecosystem. Automatic lights, locks and thermostat controls are just...

NB-IoT And LTE-M Understanding the Nuances for CRE Application Considerations

As the Internet-of-Things (IoT) continues to connect people, space and things at a massive scale, two standards in the world of licensed spectrum, LTE-M and NB-IoT, have emerged rapidly as the low-power-wide-area (LPWA) victors that are here to stay. It is easy to find ourselves meandering in this world of IoT trying to make sense of these technologies in order to understand their applicability for various enterprise IoT solutions, including commercial real-estate (CRE). To understand the depth of penetration and evolution of LPWA in the licensed spectrum, as of this date, there are thirty-four (34) LTE-M and eighty-seven (87)

Proptech Journey: The Story of Cypress Waters

How Airwavz Solutions Enhanced Cypress Waters’ Connectivity to Make it World Class Today, Cypress Waters is a spectacular 8-million square foot waterfront mixed-use development featuring commercial office, multi-family residential, retail, restaurants, concert and convention venues, and much more. A five-minute drive from DFW International Airport and an easy commute to the Dallas and Fort Worth metro areas, Cypress Waters’ corporate campus hosts the American headquarters of international conglomerates. An expected 20,000 residents and employees will be there by 2021. Among the many amenities that tenants enjoy are complimentary lunchtime shuttles to local restaurants and public art to dazzle the

Expert Analysis: A Closer look at 5G- A Conversation with Ed Knapp of American Tower

5G, the next generation of wireless connectivity, has created a lot of buzz around the commercial real estate industry. However, there are more questions than answers. Ed Knapp, Chief Technology Officer at American Tower, recently spoke with Rich Berliner, Connected Real Estate Magazine Chief Executive Officer and Publisher, to answer some of these questions. Knapp and Berliner discuss the fifth generation of wireless and its impact on the industry, who is poised to benefit most, how easy it will be for commercial real estate owners to upgrade, the technology that will make a 5G investment worthwhile for landlords, and

Rudin wins Corporate Energy Management Award from AEE

The Association of Energy Engineers (AEE), a non-profit professional organization, recently recognized New York-based real estate owner and operator Rudin Management with its “Corporate...

REBNY presents PropTech Challenge at Connected Virtual Tech Event

The upcoming Connected Virtual Tech Event, presented by Connected Real Estate Magazine and the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY), will offer something...

IoT venture market eyes comeback amid pandemic-caused difficulties

Internet of Things (IoT) devices have become a critical part of the commercial real estate ecosystem. Automatic lights, locks and thermostat controls are just...

NB-IoT And LTE-M Understanding the Nuances for CRE Application Considerations

As the Internet-of-Things (IoT) continues to connect people, space and things at a massive scale, two standards in the world of licensed spectrum, LTE-M and NB-IoT, have emerged rapidly as the low-power-wide-area (LPWA) victors that are here to stay. It is easy to find ourselves meandering in this world of IoT trying to make sense of these technologies in order to understand their applicability for various enterprise IoT solutions, including commercial real-estate (CRE). To understand the depth of penetration and evolution of LPWA in the licensed spectrum, as of this date, there are thirty-four (34) LTE-M and eighty-seven (87)

Proptech Journey: The Story of Cypress Waters

How Airwavz Solutions Enhanced Cypress Waters’ Connectivity to Make it World Class Today, Cypress Waters is a spectacular 8-million square foot waterfront mixed-use development featuring commercial office, multi-family residential, retail, restaurants, concert and convention venues, and much more. A five-minute drive from DFW International Airport and an easy commute to the Dallas and Fort Worth metro areas, Cypress Waters’ corporate campus hosts the American headquarters of international conglomerates. An expected 20,000 residents and employees will be there by 2021. Among the many amenities that tenants enjoy are complimentary lunchtime shuttles to local restaurants and public art to dazzle the

Expert Analysis: A Closer look at 5G- A Conversation with Ed Knapp of American Tower

5G, the next generation of wireless connectivity, has created a lot of buzz around the commercial real estate industry. However, there are more questions than answers. Ed Knapp, Chief Technology Officer at American Tower, recently spoke with Rich Berliner, Connected Real Estate Magazine Chief Executive Officer and Publisher, to answer some of these questions. Knapp and Berliner discuss the fifth generation of wireless and its impact on the industry, who is poised to benefit most, how easy it will be for commercial real estate owners to upgrade, the technology that will make a 5G investment worthwhile for landlords, and

Rudin wins Corporate Energy Management Award from AEE

The Association of Energy Engineers (AEE), a non-profit professional organization, recently recognized New York-based real estate owner and operator Rudin Management with its “Corporate...
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