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Building services professionals know the value of better buildings, but with technology about to dramatically change the expectations of building owners, managers and tenants, how do you best respond? From net-zero to non-sensors and the internet of things, blockchain to embedded networks and even virtual reality, things are changing at an unprecedented rate – staying informed is getting harder.

The CIBSE ANZ 2018 Seminar Series – The Anatomy of the Smart Building will focus on new and emerging technologies. As you would expect from an organisation that represents the very best of building services professionals in over 100 countries, CIBSE has pulled together a first-class team of presenters to help you to navigate the issues around assessment and integration.

What delegates can expect:

  1. How to deploy a smart building
  2. How to optimise building systems for energy efficiency, reduced environmental impact and user comfort and control
  3. Ways to deliver adaptable design and engineering for a changing future
  4. Lessons from exemplar case studies that utilise the latest technologies for performance gains and deliver higher ROI
  5. How to use BIM to capture and deliver critical data to manage and operate your assets
  6. Implementation lessons from building owners, managers and system engineers
  7. Where the security vulnerabilities lurk in a smart building and how to protect against them
  8. Insights into how “Smart” building concepts are sold, delivered and commissioned

Who you will meet

  • Building and Operations Managers
  • Building Monitoring and Modelling Engineers
  • Building Services Engineers 
  • Commercial Property Owners
  • Consulting Engineers
  • Commercial Tenants
  • Energy and Sustainability Managers
  • Facilities Managers
  • Government Employees
  • Installation and Maintenance Contractors
  • Property Managers
  • Project Managers
  • Those interested in the application of smart technologies for enhanced building performance and end user value