For over 30 years, CABA has been a leading organization for the connected home and intelligent building technologies market. It is a mission that’s even more relevant now, with a pandemic that has fundamentally reshaped expectations around homes, buildings and workplaces.
This CABA Landmark Research project will provide actionable information on how building technologies can be leveraged to create safer, healthier and more productive work environments in buildings post COVID-19. The fifteen (15) organizations shown below, all CABA members, have now joined “Intelligent Buildings and COVID-19” as funders, and the first Steering Committee will be held August 12, 2020.
Connected home technologies are also top of mind today, and six (6) CABA members have now joined CABA’s “Privacy and Cybersecurity in the Connected Home, ” project. The research director for one of those organizations, the Consumer Technology Association, noted: “What we like about CABA’s research approach is that through the lens of these Landmark studies, they take a long hard look at these subjects, with a great deal of in-depth analysis. There’s tremendous value for your sponsorship dollar and we’ve been a repeat custom of these landmark studies over many years.” View this link to learn more.
The COVID era also drives home the importance of intelligent and efficient energy management systems. The CABA research project “Intelligent Building Energy Management Systems” has attracted 19 funders, all CABA members. Andrew Wale of Legrand noted: “Electronic energy management has been a key market dynamic for us. And as we are now seeing the integration of what were in the past disparate building systems, we are very keen to be involved in this research to get an insight into how energy management is going to develop inside of these intelligent buildings going forward.” View this link to learn more about this project and see the funding organizations’ logos below.
Finally, you should be aware that the CABA Research Library remains the #1 resource for research on the “intelligent buildings and connected homes” industry, with nearly 1,500+ reports and white papers that have been peer-reviewed by industry experts. The members’ area of the library requires a subscription, but the public area is open to anyone. Also, you can download complimentary CABA landmark research reports in the CABA Store. For research subscription and membership details and for more testimonials, visit our website at caba.org.
If there is interest in participating in one of these Research Projects, please contact Robert World, CABA Business Development Officer ([email protected]).
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