Smart Buildings Magazine | eNews Issue 161 | 6th October 2021

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.

Today is the first day of Smart Buildings Show and if you are not here today, there is still great content and exhibitors to see tomorrow. Remember it is free to attend both the exhibition and conference. The industry hasn’t had a chance to meet up for a couple of years, so make the most of the show and come along tomorrow!

If you are interested in contributing to Smart Buildings Magazine please contact me at j.hatcher@turretgroup.com.

Strong start for Smart Buildings Show 2021

Smart Buildings Show 2021 has opened its doors and has seen hundreds of visitors come through the door.

The conference theatres have been busy with highlights including David Williams of Microsoft speaking on the power of digital partnerships and Mark Tyson, head of property operations at LGIM Real Assets leading a discussion on the trade off between healthy buildings and zero carbon objectives.

New sensor technology to enable scalable smart building solutions

Pressac is to launch new sensor technology which will give customers more choice and flexibility when building large-scale IoT solutions.

Sponsors Focus : Johnson Controls

Johnson Controls is transforming how spaces and places are perceived and enjoyed. By applying data from both inside buildings and beyond, customers can now manage operations systemically.

The real benefits of access control integrations

Learn how your organization can be safer and more efficient when integrating access and security systems.

Schneider Electric to provide digital backbone for landmark tower in Hackney

Principal Place, a new mixed-use development in the borough of Hackney, has selected Schneider Electric, the leader in the digital transformation of energy management and automation, to provide the digital backbone for Principal Tower, the landmark apartment tower within the site.

Sofa so good for DFS as global associates helps to cut energy use

When DFS took on the sizable challenge of dramatically reducing the environmental impact of its 170 sites, including stores, offices, factories and warehouses, the leading furniture retailer turned to global associates to help radically reduce overall energy usage.

Making the most of AI in smart buildings

Jamie Cameron, director of digital solutions, Johnson Controls UK&I, looks at AI in smart buildings.

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