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BSRIA sponsoring & attending Smart Buildings 2018 ConferenceMay 2018

Henry Lawson Market Research Consultant

BSRIA is delighted to be sponsoring, attending and supporting the Smart Buildings 2018 Conference on Wednesday 9th May at UBS, 5 Broadgate, London, EC2M 2QS.

Smart Buildings 2018 is a unique one day conference with leading thinkers coming together to debate the new world of work, exploring new trends and how to best enhance assets of space, technology and people. The developer, tenant and user perspective is crucial when covering latest innovations across intelligent Building Management Systems, location aware beacons, sensors, smart devices, wearables and much more!

Why attend:

Mingle with senior professionals from workplace, property, FM, technology, innovation, architecture and design to explore this “new world of work” and what it means for future workplace.

  • Discover how Smart Offices could create a better workplace.
  • Listen to expert speakers and authors sharing their perspectives on Smart Building Efficiency.
  • Hear how Smart Buildings could challenge productivity and wellbeing.
  • Network with senior workplace and technology professionals in the field.

Henry said:

“The smart building is already upon us. In 2016 the global market for automated and smart building services was worth over 30 billion US dollars. This is having a massive impact on the way buildings are designed and commissioned and how we use them and experience them.

Hot on the agenda now is what a more digitised and modular approach to construction could look like and how it would lead to better buildings. And, indeed, how to get better integration of the whole life cycle of the building.

Latest thinking on this and more on the smart spectrum will be revealed at the conference!”

See BSRIA @ stand no 2.

• For more information please contact:

Samantha Cullum, Events Co-ordinator, UNWIRE Ventures Ltd:

• Register now:

Smart buildings look beyond the building equipment within their four walls. They are connected and responsive and they interact with building operators and occupants to give them new levels of visibility and actionable information.


See how BSRIA can help improve the wellbeing of building occupants