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2018 Seminar Series

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Coming in 2018 to a seminar theatre near you

– THE ANATOMY OF THE SMART BUILDING –

A CIBSE ANZ Seminar Series

 

As energy prices soar and governments set ambitious targets to limit global warming, the smart building has emerged as a device to conserve energy. Building technology continues to evolve, capable of integrating and gathering vast quantities of data.

But what technologies actually lead to sustainable energy savings?
How can we deliver more intuitive services that improve the user’s experience?

CIBSE Australia and New Zealand are pleased to announce four dates for the 2018 Seminar Series – THE ANATOMY OF THE SMART BUILDING

Save the date:

Monday 15 October 2018 – Perth 
Thursday 18 October 2018 – Melbourne 
Tuesday 23 October 2018 – Auckland 
Thursday 25 October 2018 – Sydney 

The half day event will provide answers for smarter services:

  • What are the technologies making services work smarter?

  • Converged networks and network cabling design
  • Integration of ELV control systems
  • Convergence of Information Technology (IT) and Operational Technology (OT)
  • +++ more
  • BIM and digital engineering advancements making buildings smarter

  • Protecting your digital assets from cyber attacks

  • Exemplary case studies of integrated intelligence

  • Why market leading building owners want smarter buildings/ and what do they look for?

  • Does smart = sustainable?

  • International innovations on the horizon

  • +++ more

Who should attend?

  • Building Services Engineers 
  • Sustainability and Energy Managers
  • Installation and Maintenance Contractors
  • Building/Facilities Managers
  • Building Owners
  • Tenants
  • Anyone interested in the future of the smart buildings

Read the programme outline


CIBSE members will be kept informed of programme developments as they unfold or can visit  2018 Seminar Series for more information.

Sponsorship packages are available, please contact Sharon Pestonji on spestonji@cibse.org.au for more information.


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