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March Real Estate Technology Forum

The Truth about LED Lighting for Commercial Spaces

There has been a major trend by industrial and office building owners and tenants to replace their office lighting with high efficiency LED lights. The March presentation of the RETF will feature Greg Gallucio, Director, LED Business Development, Lampholder Product Management from Leviton, the largest privately held manufacturer of electrical wiring equipment in North America. Greg will discuss the issues, advantages and opportunities related to LED lighting in commercial buildings.Building owners understand a price, energy usage and payback but what about quality of light and the state-of-the-art in lighting technology? This presentation will take a look at what building owners need to know, what they need to ask for, and what they should expect in terms of LED light products.Some of the questions we will discuss are:
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Security Technology Focus of First Long Island Real Estate Technology Forum

Uniondale, NY – July 29, 2013 – The Long Island Real Estate Technology Forum, an organization of real estate industry focused business professionals, hosted its first event featuring two leading high tech security sector professionals.   The opening speaker was Sal Lifrieri, CEO and President of Protective Counter Measures and former Director of Security and Intelligence Operations for the New York City Office of Emergency Management.  The second presenter was David Antar, President of A+ Technology and Security Solutions, one of the largest providers of security technology and video monitoring services in New York State.  These experts offered a presentation on the best practices in security planning and security technology for commercial buildings and facilities.  This program was jointly hosted by Cresa Long Island, a leading global real estate organization and Ruskin Moscou Faltischeck, P.C., a preeminent law firm based in Uniondale, Long Island. Continue reading Security Technology Focus of First Long Island Real Estate Technology Forum