Southbridge Virtual Meeting Mon Mar 1: Smart Building Technology for Landlords

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Our March Meeting will be on Smart Building Technology for Landlords.

We will be covering:
  • Intro to Smart Building Technology for landlords
  • Smart Locks / Access Control
  • Water Protection
  • Temperature Control
  • Video
  • Benefits
  • How to Implement
This presentation will be given by Charles Hadsell.Charles Hadsell is the co-founder / CEO of ePropertyCare, a smart building technology provider for landlords, property managers and developers. ePropertyCare's platform operates over the cellular network (so no WiFi is required) and allows landlords to remotely control door locks, detect HVAC issues, detect water leaks/running toilets, video, and more. His solutions reduce costs for insurance, utilities, and repairs & maintenance. They can also protect a building from damage during the cold Boston winters and from tenant misuse.

Charles spent 15 years in the semiconductor world working at Texas Instruments and Analog Devices. Charles' teams have literally built the electronics that go into many of the IoT devices out there. Charles graduated from Princeton University with a degree in Electrical Engineering. Charles is a multi-state landlord and lives in Somerville with his wife and 3 children.

PLEASE NOTE: Given the current COVID-19 precautions, we have decided to hold our January, February, and March meetings via ZOOM. Following our March meeting, we will reassess the pandemic situation and decide whether or not it’s safe to go back to meeting in person.

All members whose dues are up to date will be sent a link to the meeting via email. From that email, all you have to do is click on the link and it will bring you to the meeting.

Monday, March 1st

SWCLA Meeting Agenda

  • 7:00p Meeting Start
  • 8:00p Meeting wrap-up


Zoom Meeting Location:

Zoom meeting information will be emailed on the day of the event and viewable online.


Open to SWCLA Members only. Pay annual dues then free.

This event is operated by volunteers.


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