New “smart” technologies are leading to new options for community associations and how they are managed. New products and trends are making living in and managing community associations beneficial from a cost, efficiency, management, and legal standpoint. Learn about the “Internet of Things” and how smart technologies are interacting with the physical infrastructure of a development to bring us into the future. This new ecosystem requires that we learn not only about what new trends and options are available to us, but also about the issues we must face from a management and legal standpoint, in order to make our communities smarter.
· New products and trends to make your community smarter
· The “Internet of Things” and how it impacts community associations
· What management and legal issues arise with smart technologies
· How to address smart doorbells and similar homeowner-installed technologies
· The impact of smart technology on reserves and budgeting
· The benefits of making community lighting, irrigation and other systems smart
Dave Potter, CMCA, AMS, with FirstService Residential, AAMC is a Regional Manager and is responsible for client and employee retention, employee training, coordination of new account set-up, and ensuring all customer service expectations are met.
Kelly G. Richardson, Esq. CCAL is Founder and Senior Partner of Richardson Ober PC. He has advised com-mon interest developments for 30 of 36 years in law practice. He was CAI’s 2016 President and served on its Board of Trustees for seven years. He has served CLAC as its Chair and as a long-time Executive Committee member, and advances HOA issues within the California Association of Realtors as a member of its Housing Committees. He is a weekly columnist in 14 newspapers on HOA law. He is a former Director of the Orange County and Greater Los Angeles Chapters.
Kimberly Weiss, is the President/CEO and founder of Three Phase Electric, an Electrical and Lighting firm that has served Southern California for more than 30 years. She has worked for 5 years with a leading worldwide smart tech company in developing smart systems for HOAs and is now working with multiple associations, integrating smart tech, to transform them into smart communities.
April Educational Luncheon- "How Smart is Your Home?"
11:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Registration/Exhibit Hall Open
12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. Educational Luncheon Program
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Late Registration Begins on at Noon on Thursday, April 18, 2019
*The education portion counts for 1 continuing education units toward earning your PCAM designation and maintaining your CMCA certification and AMS designation. Visit www.caionline.org/education for details.
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