Access Control

Webinar: Greener buildings and digital access: Considerations and best practice

Available on-demand! (Webinar originally streamed on Wednesday 4 October)

This webinar was part of the webinar series for this Autumn. Register for one or more sessions, taking place this October!

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According to the International Energy Agency, buildings use around 30% of the world’s energy. Reducing consumption — especially unnecessary consumption — is now a strategic and commercial priority.

Security and access control technologies have a role to play.

So, how can you seamlessly implement robust security measures without compromising ecological integrity? This webinar addresses this pressing challenge, examining the intricate relationship between sustainable building practices and security technology.

By exploring practical examples and forward-thinking strategies, we will provide attendees with a nuanced understanding of how digital access and security solutions may be leveraged to create sustainable, smart and secure built environments.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • How to frame sustainability as an organization’s journey of growth, improvement and global responsibility
  • Practical eco-features of access control solutions through all project phases: Specification, Installation, Usage, and Maintenance
  • Ways that some access solutions support green certification, including with transparent Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs)
  • The importance of both energy-efficient installation and the integration of innovative energy harvesting technologies
  • The durability of many leading digital solutions — for lasting performance and reduced environmental influence.
  • Practical examples from building and retrofitting projects across multiple market segments and verticals.

Join us to explore how digital access and security solutions can contribute to greener buildings in meaningful, practical ways.

Sponsored by

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Richard Sharp

Director, Product Line Management, Digital Access Solutions, ASSA ABLOY EMEA

He is responsible for product management of wireless door locks, key based digital cylinders and access control solutions. Richard has been with ASSA ABLOY for nine years in total, working in product management, business development and with the formation of its mobile keys business.

Richard has worked for a variety of global digital growth companies across several industry sectors including Mobile Devices, Healthcare Devices and Software as well as Locks & Access Control.

Olympia Dolla

Sustainability Program Manager, ASSA ABLOY

Olympia is the Sustainability Program Manager at ASSA ABLOY Opening Solutions part of ASSA ABLOY Group, responsible for the sustainability of the products and supply chain. She has studied Environmental Science and has a specialization in Sustainable Energy and Materials.

She is also representing ASSA ABLOY at various organizations like World Green Building Council (WGBC) and ECO Platform where she is the Vice President at the Board of Directors. She is also involved in European associations, like the European Federation of Building hardware (ARGE) and Construction Products Europe (CPE) where she participates in the leading team of experts around environmental sustainability.

Prior to ASSA ABLOY, she was working for the construction and chemicals industry with long experience around Sustainability and Circularity, Life Cycle Assessment (LCA), Waste management and Recycling.

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