Internet of Things (IOT)

The Internet is allowing consumers to connect to their devices more than ever before through the sending and receiving of data. By 2022, the “Internet of Things” industry will reach $410 billion with products we touch everyday like appliances, electronics, software, vehicles and more. This connectivity of things is affecting the healthcare space in many positive ways. DesignGroup hosted an interactive session with a group of healthcare and hospital facilities’ leadership and managers to explore the topic of “Internet of Things” and new trends that are improving experiences and environments.



Elliott Bonnie

Elliott Bonnie, AIA, LEED AP BD+C // Managing Principal, Healthcare Studio Leader

Elliott is a Managing Principal, Senior Designer, and Director of DesignGroup’s Healthcare Studio. He provides design leadership and overview for architectural and interior design and planning for DesignGroup’s largest healthcare projects. Elliott has received both recognition and awards by clients and peers for outstanding design. He applies his creative talent to each project and pushes it past standard solutions to achieve a higher level of design that addresses both the aesthetic and functional needs and desires of the Owner. His goal is to maintain a solid balance between design and budget.


Dino Herbert

Dino Herbert, RA, MBA, LEED AP // Project Manager

Dino brings over 20 years of experience managing complex healthcare projects. As Project Manager, Dino believes that architecture, planning, engineering, and landscape architecture are critically interconnected disciplines. His thorough understanding of program development ensures a process responsive to environment, function, phasing and cost requirements. Dino excels at delivering these projects on time and on budget.