Tuesday, 28th January 2020

Smart Buildings Show 2019 opens for registration

The UK’s cornerstone Smart Buildings event is back with more visitors, more stands and more conference content for 2019.

Smart Buildings Show 2019 is now open for registration. The free-to-attend conference and exhibition, which takes place at the Olympia London on the 9th and 10th of October 2019, features its biggest line-up of exhibitors and keynote and CPD-accredited training sessions from some of the biggest names in the smart buildings industry.


Claire Hatchett, sales manager, of the UK’s only dedicated commercial Smart Buildings Show, commented, “The 2019 event is continuing to grow and we have already sold over 70 per cent of the existing floor plan, and have signed up a number of major sponsors.”

This year’s sponsors include platinum sponsors Bluetooth SIG and Schneider Electric, gold sponsors engie and the Wireless Infrastructure Group, and silver sponsor, Condeco. In addition, a number of professional organisations are supporting the show including BSRIA, KNX UK, IWFM and the BCIA.

John Hatcher, conference director, said, “We will have a great line-up of speakers who will be able to inform delegates of the state of the market, whilst delivering real life examples of how smart buildings can save money and improve the user experience. We also have a training theatre, which will provide CPD accredited courses.”

Smart Buildings Show 2019 will cover all key aspects of creating and managing a smart building, including;
• Building automation systems and design
• Building energy management and energy efficiency
• Building services and support
• HVAC
• Lighting and controls
• Networks and wireless
• Regulations and consultancy
• Security
• Smart Cities
• Smart meters and monitoring
• Software

To register for free, please click here or visit https://smartbuildingsshow.com for more information.

For more information on exhibiting and sponsorship, please contact Claire Hatchett at c.hatchett@turretgroup.com or 01923 437617

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