At a time of numerous regulations governing buildings, soaring energy prices and sustainability issues, Distech Controls supports industry players with increasingly open and connected solutions.

Distech Controls will be presenting its latest innovations the Smart Buildings Show (October 18-19, 2023 in London Excel) on stand A40.

The company will present its latest solutions in three specially equipped areas focusing on interactive demos. The first area will focus on energy efficiency, renovation and solutions that meet regulatory challenges. The second will focus on connectivity thanks to the IoT openness and digital applications, all brought together in the Digital Partner Program. Finally, the third section will unveil the major evolution of the Smart Room Control solution.

In 2016, Distech Controls launched ECLYPSE Smart Room Control. This natively open, connected IP solution, capable of operating in open data OT/IT, has become the market benchmark. Having equipped several million m², Distech Controls teams are pleased to unveil the future of the redesigned Smart Room Control solution. An intelligent IoT-ready room control solution, ever closer to people, that meets the energy challenges of both new-build and renovation projects.

“2023 has been a great year for us so far with the launch of exciting products and solutions as well bringing new partners on board,” comments, Simon Ward, director of sales, UK & Ireland – Distech Controls, “We’re looking forward to showing visitors our fantastic new products as well as demonstrating how they and our partnerships can deliver truly intelligent and future looking buildings. So, make sure you visit our stand to find out more.”

Simon Ward will also be hosting a talk at 1pm on Thursday 19th October entitled ‘Building Intelligence: leveraging digital services to harness the energy efficiency of Smart Buildings’. In this session, Simon will be discussing the benefits and growth in building intelligence and digital services, take a look at the solutions already available and discuss how working with partners can benefit the process for end users.