Building resilience: How digitisation mitigates future risk
The global pandemic is underscoring how efficient pivots in building operations are vital to the day-to-day human experience. The HVAC&R industry is at the centre of the building health conversation; digitisation is crucial to gathering and translating building health data into actionable insights. For her Outlook 2020 keynote address, Noller will discuss how global trends are increasing and expediting our responsibility to help protect against inevitable future threats.
Noller is the CEO and co-founder of Switch Automation, a smart building software company specialising in building performance optimisation. With over 20 years’ experience in real estate, technology and sustainability, she is passionate about helping enterprises execute more efficient business operations by leveraging digital facilities management technology.
Noller studied environmental management and computer science at James Cook University, where she was a recipient of the JCU Chancellor’s Award. She began her career as a software engineer and launched three successful companies prior to founding Switch. Noller is an active member of the Dell Women’s Entrepreneur Network, was named one of Dell’s Founders 50, and is recognised by Rare Birds as one of the top 50 female entrepreneurs in Australia.