The conference programme for the Smart Buildings Show 2023 has been announced.
The Smart Buildings Show is an exhibition and conference dedicated to the smart buildings industry and is due to take place at ExCeL London on 18 and 19 October 2023.
This year the event’s conference is made up of four separate theatres.
The Management Theatre is set to look at how a smart building is managed, including facilities management, software, security, sector analysis and market information, integration, data analysis and services.
The Controls and Network Theatre focuses on the physical devices in smart buildings, including building controls, energy efficiency, BEMS, sensors, shading and lighting.
The Energy Management Theatre is aimed at commercial building owners and operators looking for solutions to make their buildings flexible, healthy and productive for their employees.
The Residential Developers Theatre will inform and educate on subjects including HVAC, security, blinds, lighting and audio-visual and smart home connectivity solutions.
There will also be some panel discussions focusing on various aspects of the smart buildings sector.
On day one, in the Controls and Network Theatre, a panel consisting of representatives from International WELL Building Institute, TrusTek, The Instant Group, LMG.iq and Incendium Consulting will discuss how smart technology can be used as a bridge to build better landlord/tenant relationships.
Then on day two, in the Management Theatre, a session titled ‘Taking smart buildings to the next level’ featuring speakers from Mymesh, Tyrrell Building Technologies, IBM, MovePlan, The UK Launchpad and R8 Technologies will discuss recent trends within the sector and the challenges to overcome.
Ian Garmeson, event director, said: “We are delighted to be welcoming so many leading names from the industry into our conference theatres this year.
“We have a packed programme covering a variety of themes and I hope visitors will leave this year’s event with renewed knowledge, understanding and passion about the smart buildings industry.”