BSRIA will be showcasing global HVAC trends presentations, exhibiting and supporting the MCE Mostra Convegno Expocomfort 2018 – taking place on Tuesday 13th to Friday 16th March at Fieramilanocity, Milan.
This is a fantastic occasion to attend BSRIA’s unmissable presentations from its recognised global experts who will chart recent developments and opportunities in the global HVACR market. It is also a rare chance to network with such market experts in confidence.
MCE Mostra Convegno Expocomfort 2018 is an exhibition dedicated to the production and distribution line of HVAC and plumbing. It will showcase products and services as such:
- Energy: bio-fuels-cogeneration, photovoltaic-solar thermal and insulation.
- Warmth: components for plants, heating and implements-tools.
- Water: plumbing technology, expobagno and water treatment.
- Cooling: ventilation, air conditioning, commercial and industrial refrigeration.
The show will bring together engineers, contractors, buyers, wholesalers, distributors, designers, showrooms, institutions and associations from HVAC, plumbing and the building sector.
Heating market on the move – Aline Breslauer, Senior Market Intelligence Analyst
Energy efficiency legislation, building regulations and progress in the generation of green electricity is increasingly having an impact on the development of the European heating market.
While boilers are looking to find their place in modern heating configurations, heat pumps are also increasing their penetration in all market segments. BSRIA is looking at the long term development of heating markets where boilers and heat pumps are joined by other forms of heating provision, both electric and water based.
HVAC and refrigerant trends and forecasts – Anette Meyer-Holley, Manager VAC&R & private client
Based on its latest research BSRIA will be presenting the challenges and opportunities currently faced by the air conditioning market in the light of recent trends in sales and technology development.
What is the outlook globally and in the European context? Will the success of VRF continue when chiller markets are fighting back? What are the challenges for refrigerants going forward?
Intelligent building controls and IoT – Henry Lawson, Senior Market Research Consultant
Exploring ongoing changes in the BACS market and the progression of IoT, BSRIA offers insights on following topics: are BACS still mostly installed as stand-alone solutions, or are they becoming more integrated? What products and services are being integrated and converged? What is driving this convergence? Where are the future threats to BACS coming from? Are new business models emerging to help generate better revenue streams? Where will data be stored? What should we be putting in the Cloud, and when is edge computing the better option?
Urbanization, digitalisation, commoditisation – how are the mega trends impacting the HVAC product and distribution markets? – Krystyna Dawson, Business Manager
Buildings are no longer units that are defined solely by a set of figures. Aligning with environmental, social and technology trends, buildings are becoming part of a wider ecosystem where they produce, store and consume energy for the benefit of the environment but also to further the wellbeing of the end user.
BSRIA will share some observations about how products evolve, HVAC systems integrate and mega trends start to impact the way products, systems and services are reach the market.
Register now! Free attendance:
Hours: 09:00 – 18:30
Venue: Fiera Milano Rho (MI), S.S. del Sempione n. 28, 20017 Rho, Milan, Italy