The COVID-19 pandemic took no prisoners in its capacity to expose vulnerabilities across industries, systems, age – you name it.
One such vulnerability in its crosshairs: the global supply chain.
A smart district includes innumerable technology assets and infrastructure, but for districts that can control the underground pathways (or work closely with those that do), the pièce de résistance is a Communication Corridor and the Meet-Me Rooms.
What is a cooperative, and how does it work? Well, that all depends on the raison d'etre for each individual co-op. In the case of Commongrounds – a real estate cooperative in Traverse City, Michigan – it's about empowering the regional community.
Our ability to adapt and apply innovative solutions to the achievement of novel architectural undertakings is our speciality. Which is why when R Cap Blake Street LLC came to us with their vision for One River North – their building in Denver, Colorado – we knew we could deliver.
Mike Smith shares his perspective on how smart districts can drive urban innovation in this RealComm live stream. Tune in and hear about the work WhiteSpace is doing today at Water Street Tampa to prepare this smart district for the future.
We are excited to announce the newest member of the WhiteSpace team: Billy Mustard. Joining us as a Project Manager, Billy specializes in all things building technology – from hands-on technical support, to managing high level technology design.
Water Street Tampa made the news twice last week; and it should be no surprise. The $3.5 billion mega-development – that spans 56 acres and includes nine million square feet of new commercial, residential, educational, entertainment, cultural and retail space – is the first of it's kind smart district that boasts unmatched connectivity. Follow the links in this article to learn how WhiteSpace guided the master technology plan within the smart district.
Joining us as a Project Manager, Caleb brings with him a deep well of knowledge in structured cabling – specifically as it relates to audio, video and network systems. His RCDD qualification and work experience arm him with a comprehensive understanding of how to enable networked communications within, and between, any building.
As COVID certainty continues to improve, we’re seeing it reflected in an extremely competitive real estate market. Whitespace CEO, Mike Smith, states plainly, “If owners and developers want to be relevant – and gain a competitive edge – then, they need to seriously consider updating their technology strategy fo new projects and existing assets.”
In this video, WhiteSpace Vice President, Matt Pemberton, goes through a few key elements you'll want to consider when developing you access control strategy.
Cyber Monday outperformed Black Friday last year, and online sales are set to reach new records again this year. Piece by piece, people are building their own smart—and personalized—ecosystem. Here's why that matters...
Access control is a term owners and developers know; however, as building technologies continue to emerge and become more sophisticated, so too does this expansive and important building component.
If you’re in commercial real estate development, I’m sure you’ve heard of a Master System Integrator. But in today’s competitive markets, what you may be in need of a Master Systems "Innovator."
Here's how WhiteSpace uses creative solutions to make sense of the “unknown or forgotten area” of building development: low voltage technology design.
Mike Smith, WhiteSpace President and CEO, will be moderating a discussion on 5G Technology at the Broadband Communities 2020 Summit.