The Smart Buildings & Controls Show is the only UK exhibition dedicated to the building controls industry, providing a focused event that showcases new product development and technical innovation in smart buildings, controls and energy management.
Taking place at the prestigious Sandown Park Racecourse venue on 19 & 20 October, the Smart Buildings & Controls Show 2016 has a number of new elements added, which will further expand and develop this key industry trade show.
BSEE Editor, Debbie Eales explains: “Energy management and smart building technology are intrinsically linked and, because of this natural synergy, it is an obvious progression to evolve what was previously known as the Building Controls Show into a more diverse exhibition, with a much wider brief.
“With the evolution of the internet of things, cloud platforms, smart phones and energy management systems, and with governments driving the agenda on carbon emissions, the new Smart Buildings & Controls Show will be taking a fresh look at this growing market, with new exhibitors, a comprehensive CPD accredited seminar programme, a new demonstration zone and much more.”
A must attend event for anyone working in the building services sector, the Smart Buildings & Controls Show will cover the following areas: smart building technology; energy management; intelligent efficiency & smart grids; commercial & residential buildings; building management systems; corporate sustainability; green/net zero energy buildings; building performance management; lighting controls and security.
Building on the success of the last five years, the 2016 show will appeal to a wide range of sectors and individuals, from specifiers, architects, facilities and estates managers, to individuals working in local government, education, healthcare, hotel and leisure facilities, construction and building services.
Event Director, Kathryn Ambrose said: “By allowing exhibitors to showcase a more comprehensive range of products and services, The Smart Building & Controls Show now reflects the developments taking place in the industry. Visitors can keep up to date with what’s new, meet suppliers face-to-face and learn from the industry experts. It’s an exciting proposition for exhibitors and visitors alike.”
Further information about the show, including the exhibitor list and seminar programme will be available shortly. Registration will open in June.
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