Registration for The Building Controls Show is now open

The Building Controls Show opens its doors for the fourth year running at Sandown Park this October with a number of new product launches set to take place on the show floor. Plans for yet another exciting and informative seminar programme are also underway, offering visitors free access to the industry’s leading experts.

From Building management Systems (BMS) to wireless controls, energy management solutions and simple devices to help people take control of the environment, the Building Controls Show remains the only exhibition in the UK which is dedicated to the building controls industry and as such will provide a focused event which showcases new product development and technical innovation.

Confirmed exhibitors include: Advanced Building Controls, DEOS, Alpha Air, BCIA, BEG UK, Carlo Gavazzi, CBS Butler, CMR Controls, Contemporary Controls, Cylon Controls, Distech Controls, Dwyer, Enocean, Industrial Interface, Innotech, ITW Switches, KNX, Open System Solutions, Priva, Schneider, Theben, Vaisala, Wago, Priva and Home of Technologies. Further industry partnerships will be announced in due course.

Event Director, Jan Thorpe said: “The Building Controls Show is the only show of its kind that is totally dedicated to the controls industry, so it’s no surprise that it has had to re-locate to a bigger hall to meet demand. This year’s seminar programme is to be fully CPD accredited making it a must attend event for industry professionals with their eye on future developments.”

Show Manager, Rob Gouge added: “The Building Controls Show provides a great platform for new products, information sharing and networking. Having grown steadily over the past three years, we are looking forward to the biggest event yet at Sandown Park from October 22-23, which benefits from free parking.”

Debbie Eales, Editor of BSEE magazine said: “We are currently considering a range of papers for what looks set to be an interesting and diverse seminar programme. Companies wishing to take part should email their proposed talk topic and a short biography to me at to be in with a chance of securing a place.”

Visitors can register via the show website.

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