While digital technologies are slowly being put to use on military installations, there are significant security, operational, environmental and economic benefits yet to be realized. Effectively managing the safety and maintenance of their facilities, grounds, and linear assets, while reducing energy consumption and environmental impact is a big job. Join us to learn how Military Installation leaders are addressing the following challenges:
• Returning to normal. Post COVID, what does the future of work look like on these installations. How will you optimize space utilization with a potential hybrid workforce (remote/onsite); as well as, ensure clean and safe work and living spaces?
• Regulatory pressures continue to grow. Environmental mandates and sustainability initiatives are driving installations to reduce carbon footprint and maximize energy and water efficiency. How will you address these mandates without jeopardizing mission capabilities or reducing the quality of life of DoD personnel and their families.
• Buildings are aging. Structures built decades or even centuries ago require more upkeep, frequent repairs, and upgrades—challenging the availability of maintenance personnel and fiscal resources. With a potential hybrid workforce, is there any plans to consolidate installations or reduce the size of the installations and use the savings to modernize to smart facilities to support a mobile workforce.
• The road to digital. With Cyber-attacks on the rise, what plans are being made or considered to protect or replace the software that operates the critical infrastructure components of an installation.