IoT PropTech Summit

Stay on top the latest in Property Technology

Join us for this unique, one day virtual event where industry leaders explore how IoT and connected technology are changing the way we live and work.

November 18th, 2021

The second annual IoT PropTech Summit, all set for November 18, 2021, will bring together innovators, experts, and organizations who are transforming the property industry with building automation and IoT technologies. Join representatives for Microsoft, Rogers, PCL Construction, and Comcast/MachineQ, Aon, and AXA X along with tech disruptors like Eddy Solutions, Latium, and Exact for a full day of learnings and insights.

Learn how Property Technology is utilized to reduce risk, streamline operations, lower insurance premiums, and reduce costs in a sustainable way.

The event is free of charge for all attendees – but you must register to reserve your space.

This year, IoT PropTech Summit organizers are proud to showcase innovation in three categories.

Learn more on how you can nominate an emerging technology provider for an opportunity to gain recognition.

Featured Speakers

Explore the world of IoT and PropTech with expert speakers in construction, insurance, technology, and more.

John Volcko

PCL Construction

Rose Hall

AXA XL

Travis Allan

Eddy Solutions

Julie Morin

Microsoft Canada

John Mollenhauer

Toronto Construction Association

Chris Greene

Aon

Tess Van Thielen

Rogers for Business

Lori Pecorilli

Latium Technologies

Roopesh Patel

Rogers for Business

Shkya Ghanbarian

Eddy Solutions

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June Thomson

Eddy Solutions

Bryan Witkowski

MachineQ

Brenda
Brenda Beckedorf

Alberta IoT

Elliott
Elliott Samuel

Eddy Solutions

John Harvey
John Harvey

Insurtech Canada

Desiree Carter

Rogers for Business

Derek Wallace

LoRa Alliance

Mikele Brack

Urban Living Futures

Stacia Van Zetten

Exact Technology

Marie-France Laurin

Stantec

John Boktor

PCL Construction

Kevin Crowe

Long View Systems

Lawrence Liu

Tribe Property Technologies

Ryan Chacon

IoT For All

Joseph Nakhla

Tribe Property Technologies

Sam Reid

Eddy Solutions

Presenting Sponsors

Gold Sponsors

Distribution Partners: MachineQ Logo

Sponsors

Partners

Alberta-IoT Logo
Toronto Construction Association Logo
iot for All Logo

Agenda

9:00 AM EST

Introduction to Conference and Opening of Show Floor

Visit our sponsor booths to learn the latest and greatest, and earn points by visiting. Our top 5 conference attendees that earn the most points win prizes!

9:15 AM EST

Living Smart: 360 Degrees of Technology for ROI and Exceptional Customer Experience in Multi-family space

Join our speakers as we explore the ROI of connected technology in the multifamily sector and how data collected by IoT technology can invigorate overall living spaces.

10:00 AM EST

Accelerating Growth in IoT Technology: Leveraging Insurance and Construction Partnerships

In this panel, we'll explore the benefits of Internet of Things (IoT) adoption, including potential savings from reduced deductibles/fewer claims, greater productivity, and improved safety records.

11:00 AM EST

Smart buildings to Smart Cities

Intelligent buildings are a crucial element to a future where cities become safe, smart, and sustainable. So how do we make the places where we live more comfortable while increasing overall operational efficiency? Join us to find out!

1:00 PM EST

Environmental, Social, Governance (ESG) and IoT – how PropTech investment bolsters ESG initiatives.
A C-Level discussion

ESG – or Environmental, Social and Governance is quickly becoming an increasingly important factor for investors large and small. This panel will explore how IoT technology can demonstrate its ability to make a meaningful difference and help satisfy this demand.

2:00 PM EST

A Smart Future: How Developers are Turning to Intelligent Designs

Our speakers will delve into the future of smart property technology - particularly in the construction world - making predictions about where it's all heading.

3:00 PM EST

Disruption and Opportunity: How the Past Two Years Have Transformed Our IoT Appetite

Here we will examine the impact of the pandemic and how the past few years has impacted this space.

4:00 PM EST

Intelligent infrastructure for an intelligent world

What are the drivers behind rising insurance premiums? How can IoT solve operational inefficiencies? What technology is needed to connect it all on all levels, including municipalities? Join us for an indepth presentation about the present and the future of intelligent cities.

4:40 PM EST

IoT PropTech Awards

IoT PropTech Awards winners will be unveiled! Join us to celebrate the best and brightest in the IoT PropTech startup world!

Learn. Grow. Connect.

Paul Pathak​

Director

Paul Pathak is a partner of Chitiz Pathak LLP. Paul practices principally in the areas of corporate, securities, corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions and commercial law. He represents and provides sophisticated guidance to private and public corporate clients in a broad range of industries, including mining, technology, manufacturing, venture capital and merchant banking.

George Krieser​

Director

George Krieser founded Total Credit Recovery Limited (“TCR”) in 1980 and is the President and Chief Executive Officer. TCR is the largest 100% Canadian-owned and operated collection agency, solely collecting Canadian debt. George previously served as a Director of Universal Energy. He also served as a member of the board of directors of Baycrest Foundation and as a member of the fundraising committee for UJA Federation of Greater Toronto.
Gary Goodman​
Director
Gary Goodman is a Trustee and Chair of the Audit & Risk committee of Boardwalk Real Estate Investment Trust., a former Chairman of Huntingdon Capital Corp., trustee of Gazit America & Brightpath Early Learning, and is a member of the advisory boards of the Vision Funds. Gary was previously Executive Vice President of Reichmann International where he served as a senior financial executive and trusted advisor for over 30 years.

Chris Gower

Director

Chris Gower started his career in construction on the tools – framing houses, where he grew a deep appreciation for the trades. Prior to his current role as Chief Operating Officer, Buildings at PCL Construction (“PCL”), Chris held positions including construction risk manager, senior project manager, district manager and regional vice president. Throughout his more than 25 years at PCL, he has delivered iconic construction projects across Canada, Australia and the United States.

June Thomson

EVP, Sales, Marketing
& Business Development

June joined the Eddy team coming from Enercare after 10+ years in various roles, most recently as Vice President of the North American Builder Division. June has been in the HVAC industry for over 41 years, holding several roles throughout her career from Technician to Provincial Offences Officer.

Saj Khan

COO & President

Sajid Khan helped launch Eddy Solutions and has been in the role of Chief Operating Officer since inception. With more than 20 years of leadership and operational experience in the home services sector, Saj has held roles such as COO of Eco Energy Service, Vice President of Operations at both National Home Services and Universal Energy.

Boris Baril

CFO

With more than 25 years of financial experience, Boris has held both public and private company CFO roles; supported two (TSX listed) initial public offerings (IPOs), debt and equity capital raises, and M&A transactions. Boris graduated from York University and is a CPA, CA.

Mark Silver

CEO & Chairman

Mark L. Silver is President of Optus Capital Corporation. Mr. Silver has made significant real estate investments in both development stage and income producing properties in the residential, commercial and industrial sectors over his 35 year business career. Over the last 22 years, these investments have been made through his company, Optus Capital Corporation. Mr. Silver was a founding partner and Chief Executive Officer of Universal Energy which was sold in 2009 to Just Energy Group Inc. He co-founded Direct Energy Marketing and grew the company to over $1.3 billion in revenues before selling to Centrica PLC (also known as British Gas) in 2000.