Smart Infrastructure Magazine | eNews Issue 5 | 7th July 2021

Smart Infrastructure intelligently connects energy systems, buildings and industries to adapt and evolve the way we live and work.

Smart Infrastructure is the result of combining physical infrastructure with digital infrastructure, providing improved information to enable better decision making, faster and cheaper. Without a smart infrastructure there are no smart buildings.

Smart Infrastructure Magazine aims to connect investors, manufacturers and installers in this ecosystem.

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

Registration is now open for Smart Buildings Show 2021 at ExCeL London on 6th - 7th October.

COVID makes a dent on the structured cabling market

The impact of COVID on the commercial market make a dent in the world structured cabling market, but with a recovery expected by 2023 and data centres performing well.

Wide range of counting

Terabee has announced the latest addition to its people counting range, People Counting L-XL. The new Terabee offering enables passageway coverage up to 9 metres wide, with five devices at 3.2 meters high, in a multi-device capability for very wide entrances and passageways.

Smart Buildings Show - Call for papers

Plans are taking shape for Smart Buildings Show 2021 in the autumn and we look forward to seeing you at ExCeL in a safe and secure environment. 

The call for papers is now open for Smart Buildings Show.

Sunstone Systems develops renewable energy network products

British technology company Sunstone Systems has announced its participation in the Chevron Technology Ventures (CTV) Catalyst Program to further develop its potentially ground-breaking suite of patented surveillance and communications solutions powered by renewable energy.

Smart buildings – digital transformation in education

Shaun Sen, head of education UK, Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise looks at how education is changing and looks at a project in West Virginia,

High-security communication service for buildings by private 4G with a 5G core

Panasonic Corporation has joined Mori Building Company, and eHills Corporation to build a virtual private network consisting of a private telephone network using sXGP*1 base stations, a private 4G (LTE) standard using unlicensed frequency bands, with a 5G core network and a public LTE network, and conducted a demonstration experiment with the purpose of developing new services for building tenants and facilities, and off-site environments.

IoT is critical in hitting building sustainability targets

Pippa Boothman, vice-president of marketing and communications for Disruptive Technologies says that IoT is critical in hitting building sustainability targets.

Registration is now open for Smart Buildings Show 2021 at ExCeL London on 6th - 7th October.

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