Smart Buildings Magazine is an integrated website and bi-weekly e-newsletter which aims to link people, products and processes in the smart buildings industry. Even though we are not under any Covid restrictions at the present time, it is important that we stay safe as we gradually return to the workplace.
Smart buildings will play a vital role in the future and we will continue to promote safe practice and the latest technology as life returns to normal. Smart Buildings Show is fast approaching, and remember it is free to attend both the exhibition and conference. The speaker programme is now complete and looks like there will be lots of interesting content and debate this year. Make sure you register now!
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.
More than 7 in 10 (71%) of surveyed facility managers consider OT cybersecurity a concern or worry yet only 44% currently have a cybersecurity solution in place today to protect their OT systems from potential threats.
The winners of the 2021 Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA) Awards have been announced at an exclusive ceremony and gala dinner, which returned to the Hilton Birmingham Metropole on 9th September after taking place virtually in 2020.
The University of Birmingham, in partnership with Siemens, is combining digital sensor and analytics technologies, artificial intelligence, decentralized energy generation and storage, renewable energy and concepts that help change users’ behaviour to transform the university’s Edgbaston and Dubai campuses into the world’s smartest global campus, creating a ‘Living Lab’ where research, teaching and learning all benefit from access to new data and connectivity.
Leading CIM’s European expansion, Paul joined CIM with a passion for combating climate change and how disruptive technology has the ability to remove barriers to delivering demand-side energy savings for large property owners in a very short timeframe.
ITVET says that smart buildings are the way forward to efficiently deliver services into your buildings. Smart building features make running your properties economical, reducing the environmental impact of your buildings, and reducing your expenditure.