Smart Buildings Show will be taking place on the 6-7 October at ExCeL, London. As well as an exhibition featuring all the main players in the smart building industry, there is also a high quality conference programme, which is free to attend.

There are four theatres at Smart Buildings Show, with programmes operating on both days.

Connected - Management - Sponsored by Schneider

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.

Connected - Control - Sponsored by Sauter Automation

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

Connected - Spaces & Infrastructure - Sponsored by Aico/Homelink

This theatre will focus on workspaces, smart cities, wellbeing, networks, connectivity, power and cabling. Commercial buildings owners and operators are being asked to make their buildings flexible, healthy and productive for their employees.

Training - Sponsored by Prolojik

This theatre will run a number of CPD accredited presentations. All will be CPD accredited.

Highlights of the programme include;

A panel debate hosted by Mark Tyson, Head of Property Operations, Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM) Real Assets, entitled Is there a trade-off between healthy buildings and Net Zero Carbon objectives - or can you achieve both?

Simone Fenton-Jarvis, Workplace Consultancy Director, Relogix will be looking at The Human-Centric Workplace: The Impact of Technology.

Stephen Wreford, Head of Building Intelligence, Hoarelea will be looking at The future of commercial offices.

The Human Connection to an Intelligent Building will be explored by Matthew Marson, Global Market Sector Leader - Technology, Arcadis.

With over 50 speakers at Smart Buildings Show, it is the must attend event for everyone in the industry.

For more information and to register for free go to