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Taking full advantage of smart building technology

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Taking full advantage of smart building technology

Drew Deatherage of Crux Solutions discusses where owners and AEC firms could do better at optimizing smart technology in building design and operations.

June 1, 2022

Over the past several years, smart technology has been seeping into the design and operations of buildings. But are owners and developers taking full advantage of this technology’s capabilities and potential benefits? Joining us to discuss this topic is Drew Deatherage, Principal and Co-founder with Crux Solutions, a service provider of network infrastructure, audiovisual tools, security, radio frequency design, and intelligent lighting.

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