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Smart Buildings Magazine | eNews Issue 184 | 7th September 2022

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.

We are being encouraged to return to the office, so it is vital that our workspaces are safe and secure, and we need technology to make this happen. 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.

Also with Smart Buildings Show on the horizon if you want to get involved please contact Claire on 07976 613352.

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

Valuing time and paying for simplicity

Complexity has a cost, which is mostly hidden, but it often costs us time and hassle. Products with a complex user interface and difficult to learn are often used less than optimally, or in some cases by-passed or avoided altogether.

BCIA announces appointment of new executive officer

The Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA), has announced the appointment of Catherine Walker as executive officer on the retirement of George Lee at the end of September.

Smart Buildings Show launches conference programme

Smart Buildings Show has announced its eagerly anticipated conference programme and it promises to be the most diverse and compelling one yet.

We have lift off!

TK Elevator has expanded its broad digital portfolio, starting a new era of smart mobility solutions. As the company launches Application Programming Interfaces (APIs), elevators and escalators from TK Elevator can be networked with various customer systems, connecting smart buildings and its users.

Top global companies register for Smart Buildings Show

As Smart Buildings Show 2022 fast approaches (October 12-13, ExCeL, London), registration has opened and members of the smart buildings community have already signed up to attend the event.

Healthcare facilities: extraordinary care needs exceptional resilience

Kas Mohammed, VP Digital Energy at Schneider Electric UK&I says that keeping healthcare services running is more important than ever.


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