Smart Buildings Show 2021 is delighted to announce that the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) is now a supporting association.
The IET provides expert advice to the UK’s Parliament, Government and other agencies. Each year it makes around 30 submissions to the UK Government and the EU on engineering-related policy issues and has has over 158,000 members worldwide in 153 countries.
Rick Hartwig, built environment lead, IET, commented, “The IET is delighted to be partnering with Smart Buildings Show this year. Smart technology in buildings is increasingly important, as new services help improve safety, wellbeing and accessibility in our work and home environments. We are committed to helping advance technologies for the good of society and we look forward to showcasing some of our work in this area, from our Codes and Guidance for building standards to our thought leadership and policy work around retrofitting older buildings to bring them up to modern standards.”
Interest in the show which is set to take place on the 6-7th October 2021, at ExCeL in London continues to grow and with the positive news that the economy is set for a record bounce back, Smart Buildings Show promises to be the biggest and best to date.
Claire Hatchett, exhibition sales manager commented, “We are pleased that the show will be going ahead at our new venue of ExCeL, London. It promises to be bigger and better than ever and will give the industry the chance to meet up after a difficult 12 months.”
“The call for papers is now open, and you can secure a slot at the exhibition now. we are looking forward to a very busy 2021.”
To secure your stand at the show, contact Claire Hatchett at email@example.com or ring 07976 613352.
The IET is delighted to be partnering with Smart Buildings Show this year. Smart technology in buildings is increasingly important, as new services help improve safety, wellbeing and accessibility in our work and home environments.Rick Hartwig, built environment lead, IET