Smart Buildings Show 2024 call for papers is now open for anyone that wants to speak at the UK’s biggest dedicated smart buildings event.

This year there will be over 70 conference sessions in four dedicated theatres. Smart Buildings Show 2024 takes place on the 9-10th October at ExCeL, London.

The theatres are;

Energy Management Theatre

Operational efficiency and cost reduction have never been more important, making visibility into energy usage and the ability to proactively manage energy essential. The more you know about your energy, the better you can manage it.

The Energy Management Theatre will look at best practice in the sector and give you the ability to make the right decisions for your energy future.

We will be looking at the important role smart buildings will play in helping hit the UKs 2050 net-zero target, plus we will focus on how we can make buildings sustainable in the 21st century.

IT & Infrastructure Theatre

Smart Infrastructure is the result of combining physical infrastructure with digital infrastructure, providing improved information to enable better decision making, faster and cheaper. Without a smart infrastructure there are no smart buildings. This conference stream will highlight the the efficient use of existing infrastructure plus how we build the infrastructure of tomorrow.

IT and software are the keys to unlocking the benefits of a smart building. Being able to understand and use the data that a building produces is vital to producing a cost effective usable workplace.

Management and Proptech Theatre

This theatre will look at how a smart building is managed, including FM, software, security, sector analysis and market information, integration, data analysis and services. We will also look at workplace management and the emerging proptech market.

Proptech is all digital solutions used by real estate professionals and facilities managers to facilitate and streamline processes like selling, buying, property development, and investment.

This theatre will also look at connecting housebuilders with technology companies to produce smarter, energy efficient homes. Third party installers, integrators and resellers will also benefit from discovering this emerging market.

Controls and Network Theatre

This theatre will look at the physical devices in smart buildings including building controls, energy efficiency, BEMS, sensors, shading and lighting.

The theatre will also look at the importance of networks, connectivity, power and cabling.

Application is simple. Fill in the form and you could be presenting to hundreds of smart buildings professionals.

Deadline for submissions is Friday 31st May. It would be be great to have you on board!

If you would like to exhibit or sponsor this year’s show please contact Claire Hatchett on 07976 613352 or email