Registration is now open for Building Controls Sandown Park which takes place on 23-24 October 2013.
Building controls are now at the top of the agenda in the building services industry and visitor’s to Building Controls Sandown Park can expect to see a huge variety of different products and services from some of the leading manufacturers in the industry.
From Building Management Systems (BMS) to wireless controls, energy management solutions and simple devices to help people take control of their environment, the show promises to be bigger and better than ever before.
Building Controls Sandown Park is the only exhibition in the UK which is dedicated to the building controls industry and as such will provide a focussed event which showcases new product development and technical innovation in building controls.
This dedicated event will not only provide the industry with access to what is new and available now, helping to resolve current needs and application challenges, but also a real insight into the exciting developments and technical innovations that are currently being undertaken in the building controls industry.
This approach will have tremendous benefit to visitors and delegates alike, who can use the information gained to consider, prepare and develop their own building controls strategy, which will help them to meet their carbon reduction targets.
The event will feature a wide range of exhibitors, including Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA), t-mac Technologies, Priva Building Intelligence, KNX, Theben, BEG UK, Sontay, CMR Controls, Distech Controls, Contemporary Controls Ltd, Annicom, Novatron, CODRA, PCVUE, Vaisala, Neptronic, Sandford Electrical Services, Wago, BEG UK, Carlo Gavazzi, Schneider Electric, Innotech Controls, Syxth Sense, CBS Butler, Resource Data Management, Open System Solutions, SST Sensing, Industrial Interface and Dwyer who will all be showcasing their latest new products and services.
A few years ago building controls were seen as something of a dark art – products which were really only used by companies with plenty of money to spare. But as energy prices soared and budgets were cut, this part of the industry has gone from strength to strength and is now seen as one of the first ports of call for reducing energy use.
Building controls are now one of the fastest moving areas of the industry with new products and innovations appearing at every corner. So regardless of whether you are specifying, installing or maintaining controls systems, you need to keep on top of the latest technology to ensure that you are meeting your carbon reduction targets and making the most of the technology which is on offer.
A visit to Building Controls Sandown Park therefore makes sense because you will find everything you need to know about building controls all under one roof. In short this will be a day well spent because the information available will guarantee energy savings for many years to come.
The two day seminar programme will be a key focus for the exhibition and will be presented by industry leading experts who will focus on key areas where savings can be made using building controls technology.
Highlights of the seminar programme include a look at building controls in new-build applications where guest speakers will highlight the benefits of the installation of a control system at an early stage in order to maximise the potential savings.
The sessions will also concentrate on retrofit applications and will discuss the challenges which the retrofitting of a controls system can bring and how to overcome some of the many problems which are often associated with these types of applications.
A successful show
Building Controls Sandown Park is now in its third successful year. Commenting on the 2012 show, Lisa Gingell of t-mac Technologies Ltd said: “With our competitors, suppliers and clients all present, 2012’s show provided us with some great leads, including a major UK business who is now a valued client. The seminar content was particularly strong, with contributions covering the challenge of the built environment, controls technology and, of course, an energy management systems briefing from t-Mac.”
Stephen Payne of Theben AG said: “The 2012 Buildings Controls Show was well organised, with more exhibitors and visitors than the previous year. I got a number of positive leads, which have resulted in new contacts and new business. The show is great value with a positive friendly atmosphere. It is also a great showcase for KNX products because it is targeting the right audience. KNX business is growing year on year and interest in KNX is growing accordingly. Theben AG has already booked for the 2013 Building Controls Show and we are looking forward to an even bigger show.”
Don’t miss out
Energy saving is at the top of everyone’s agenda and that is something which you definitely cannot ignore which is why Building Controls Sandown Park is one event which you can’t afford to miss.
It is the only event to provide you with access to the building controls industry so register now for your chance to see what’s new in the building controls industry in 2013.