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Smart Buildings Magazine | eNews Issue 185 | 21st 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 is coming soon (12-13 October) so register for free, now!

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

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Go beyond building automation

The ILC 2050 BI industrial controller from Phoenix Contact is ideal for the most demanding applications in buildings, infrastructure and data centres, using the Niagara 4 Framework.

Leicestershire Architects demonstrate ‘Digital Twin’ prototype

IMA Architects (IMA) and guests celebrated a successful 25 years in business with an event at Leicester City’s King Power Stadium.

Schneider Electric selected by the University of Birmingham to develop smart campus

Schneider Electric has been selected by the University of Birmingham to support the development of its Smart Campus.

Manchester Metropolitan University secures top sustainability rating with ABB smart building scheme

Manchester Metropolitan University is reinforcing its position at the forefront of sustainability with smart building technology.

ABB and Caverion collaborate to advance energy efficiency and sustainability

ABB and Caverion have announced an agreement to strengthen their collaboration to advance energy efficiency and sustainability.

Campus vs city: How can universities optimise their connectivity?

Bruce Girdlestone, sales director-higher education of Glide Group looks at university connectivity.

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John Hatcher
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