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Building the Future: Exploring Infrastructure Readiness and Smart Building Trends

In this webinar on Smart Building Technologies, we’ll discuss the trends and technologies that are driving this growing part of the ICT industry. Find out where we are today in this blending of Operational Technology and Information Technology with Smart Building applications, technologies, and cabling systems. How we deliver power and data in Smart Buildings continues to evolve, we’ll discuss data and power delivery technologies including PoE, Single Pair Ethernet, Hybrid Powered Fiber, and Fault Managed Power.

We’ll also get a close look at implementation using some exciting products for smart building project implementation, including:

  • The smallest and most advanced Cat6A cable in the world and how it can change your physical infrastructure footprint.
  • MPTL applications – the latest in Field Terminated Modular Plugs and a revolutionary new solution for connecting end devices in UTP cabling systems.
  • The latest advancement in patch cord plugs and why patch cords make a big difference in Smart Building Implementation.
  • Software-based solution to automate your cable documentation process.

When it comes to certifying the installed cabling, it’s important to understand which tests to use based on the cabling and applications to be deployed. Learn what’s needed to test the cabling system and technologies to assure your Smart Building infrastructure is up to the task of handling the technologies and applications being deployed and how we’ve progressed to the point where cable certification alone may no longer be enough.  Attendees of this webinar can expect to gain valuable insights into the latest developments and best practices in the field of smart building technologies and how to implement, maintain, and certify the cabling and infrastructure for such buildings.


07 Dec 2023

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