Harnessing the power of data to
improve building operations

Lucid's Connected Buildings Summit is returning to the San Francisco Bay Area in 2018. We invite customers, partners, and prospective customers to join us and learn about industry trends, exchange ideas, and share learnings.


Connected Buildings Summit (November 7-8, 2018)
Join us at the InterContinental San Francisco for the most thought-provoking event of the year. We will provide a view into where connected buildings are headed and how the convergence of software, IoT, and services are changing corporate campuses, retail, higher education, property management, and more. From the latest strategies to hands-on training with industry and product experts, Connected Buildings will redefine your approach to energy management, facilities operations, sustainability programs, and corporate real estate.


Agenda at a glance

November 7

  • State of the industry

  • What's next in building performance

  • Best practices in building data analytics

  • Interactive panel discussions with market leaders

  • Reception & customer awards

November 8

  • Product training on our solutions:

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Who's speaking?

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Stay tuned as we announce more!


What previous attendees have to say...

We had a great opportunity to connect with John Picard, and some real visionaries in the space.
— Zac Wheeler, President & CEO, 38 Zeros
It was a blast to watch, I feel like I was at a Ted talk.
— Jamie Donovan, Energy Consultant, Dept. of General Services, City of Washington D.C.
This was an amazingly inspiring and informative session.
— Layla Monajemi, Energy Manager, Juniper Networks
It was just awesome the conversations we got to have. Those connections are so invaluable.
— Julie North, Natural & Renewable Resources Coordinator, Aurora Public Schools