Smart Buildings Show has announced its eagerly anticipated conference programme and it promises to be the most diverse and compelling one yet.

The impressive conference programme features over 50 presentations which will tackle all of today’s big issues from the energy crisis, delivering net zero, wellbeing and much more…

Industry giants Siemens, Schneider Electric, and Cisco will deliver informative case studies while trade associations such as the BCIA and KNX will provide insight into how smart buildings are evolving.

Returning for its fifth successive year, Smart Buildings Show is the UK’s only exhibition and conference dedicated to smart buildings and will be held at London’s ExCeL on 12-13 October.

For 2022, there will be four main theatres, giving visitors plenty of choice to discover emerging trends and innovative technologies in order to make commercial buildings smart and economical.

If you would like to know more about a how smart building is managed, the Connected – Management Theatre will provide thought provoking content on FM software, sector analysis and market information, security, integration and data analysis and services.

Optimising and maximising energy efficiency is a vital tool given the current energy crisis and that’s why physical devices in smart buildings will be at the crux of the Connected – Controls Theatre, with building controls, energy efficiency, sensors, shading and lighting all up for discussion.

With commercial building owners and operators being asked to make their buildings flexible, healthy, and productive for employees, the Spaces & Infrastructure Theatre will focus on just that via workplaces, smart cities, wellbeing, networks, connectivity, power and cabling.

Furthermore, the Training & Residential Developers Theatre will provide answers to hard-hitting questions homeowners have while visitors can explore the vast range of CPD accredited training sessions available.

Ian Garmeson, Event Director says: “We are delighted to announce the launch of our conference programme which is full of engaging content from highly respected and knowledgeable figures in the sector. Our carefully selected speakers will discuss and debate the key challenges that we face today to ensure visitors are well informed to make buildings more intelligent, economical and functional.”

View the full conference programme here.

Click here to register for your free ticket to Smart Buildings Show 2022.

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