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BSRIA technical director to speak at Smart Buildings Show

BSRIA is supporting the Smart Buildings Show 2017, exhibiting and contributing speakers to the event, which is taking place on 8-9 November at the Barbican, London. 

Lynne Ceeney, technical director at BSRIA

BSRIA’s technical director, Lynne Ceeney, will be hosting a seminar on Thursday 9 November, entitled: 'Why data integrity is imperative but avoid data paralysis'.

Ms Ceeney commented: “I am looking forward to hosting this seminar on data integrity and the crucial issues surrounding it – especially why we should avoid data paralysis. Managing data so it does not get locked up in regulatory protection measures, as well as making sure we only collect data we need to avoid overload, are interesting challenges for the SMART expert.”

The announcement of Ms Ceeney’s attendance at the show comes hot-on-the-heels of BSRIA’s expert speaker Henry Lawson, Senior Market Research Consultant in BSRIA’s World Market Intelligence division taking a speaking slot on Wednesday November 9. 

Mr Lawson specialises in smart building solutions and energy solutions and will be presenting: 'From the Smart Building to the Wise Building', which will look at how building automation systems are changing and being challenged and at the dramatic growth in the smart homes market, as well as more specialised areas including Building Energy Management (BEMS) and the newly emerging revolution in Smart Connected HVAC systems.

John Hatcher, conference director, said: “The Smart Buildings Show promises to be an exciting new event that has a number of initiatives that will make it a must attend exhibition and conference.

“As well as speakers such as Claire Penny, global leader for Watson IOT for Buildings at IBM, who will be presenting: ‘From Big Data to Smart Data: Energy management using Cognitive Computing’, there will be a Training Hub, which will have accredited CPD courses, with companies such as Beckhoff and Sontay.

“The Smart Buildings Show is free to attend and will showcase the possibilities of smart commercial buildings.”


2 November 2017


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