BSRIA and ECA are staging an event entitled ‘is smart really smart’ on Wednesday 10th May, from 9:30 – 14:30 in London.
As buildings become more advanced, a new breed of ‘smart buildings’ that are better aligned with the priorities of the property owners and managers is emerging. But is this also the case for the tenants and business processes?
The Internet of Things allows systems to communicate more accurate and useful information. If we do not use the information generated in an appropriate and resourceful way, this is of no benefit to anyone. How then can we design and build buildings that really are ‘SMART’ and meet the need of all stakeholders.
This event will look at the issues emerging from new technology in buildings and how we can use the information generated more wisely to achieve the expected benefits of occupant comfort, the use of energy, water, and building resources more efficiently and, therefore, improve facility staff productivity.
Tracey Tilbry, networks & events manager at BSRIA (pictured), said: “We are in exciting times: new and inspiring technology is constantly being created for buildings to help them perform better. But there is still work to be done. It will be interesting to hear the views of our expert speakers and the discussion the presentations will generate.”
She added: “Above all, these events are a fantastic opportunity to network and share best practice with your peers, clients and competitors.”
This key event is run as a series of events for BSRIA’s well-established Energy & Sustainability Network.
Venue: The Wellcome Trust, Gibbs Building, 215 Euston Road, London, NW1 2BE.
To book a place visit https://www.bsria.co.uk/information-membership/events/details/is-smart-really-smart-energy-sustainability-network/