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BSRIA WMI Operations Manager speaking at Niagara Forum in DubaiNovember 2017

Zoltan Karpathy Team Leader

BSRIA is delighted to be fielding an expert speaker, Zoltan Karpathy, Operations Manager, in BSRIA’s Worldwide Market Intelligence Department, at the Niagara Forum Dubai on Wednesday 15th November 2017.

Zoltan’s presentation will be entitled: ‘Trends in Smart Buildings’ and will consider:

  • What does the trend towards smart buildings mean for building automation systems?
  • What impact does this trend have on the building automation systems markets?
  • How are the building automation suppliers preparing for these changes.

Niagara Forum Dubai – connecting the world – will host a bevy of global speakers from who will talk on Tridium (events), innovation and beyond, future technology, analytics, Niagara Cloud, cyber security and home automation.

Zoltan joined BSRIA WMI in 2010 and has considerable experience in leading WMI Building Controls and Smart Energy programmes. He was appointed Operations Manager in February 2017.

Zoltan said:

“This is an excellent speaking opportunity for BSRIA and we are delighted to be supporting the symposium. The opportunity for BACS is widening and there has been a volcano of activity in this sphere. It can help to manage effective demand response, leading to energy savings and cost reduction. It is also central to the improvement of wellbeing which is rapidly emerging as a strategic objective of many building owners and can lead to productivity gains.

Indeed, BACS is expanding beyond its ‘traditional’ role, focussed on HVAC to support other strategic objectives. These include demand response, where BACS can help to shift demand through management of key services, including heating, cooling and lighting.

Clearly, this symposium will deliver the latest intelligence on this and much, much more.”

BSRIA’s WMI department has over 25 years’ experience of researching within the building services environment, specialising in global studies on heating, air conditioning, renewables, IT cabling and associated technologies and building controls markets.

WMI has undertaken research in over 94 countries and employs multi lingual staff; with over 17 languages being spoken. Using unrivalled industry knowledge and consultancy expertise, the department analyses market trends, drivers and provide clients with cost-effective comprehensive reports.


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