Registration opens for Smart Building Conference at ISE 2017, IoT the big talking point

posted on Tuesday, 22nd November 2016 by David Slater

Events  Smart Building  ISE 2017 

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Early bird registration has opened for the Smart Building Conference at ISE 2017. With a theme of ‘IoT Makes Smart Buildings Even Smarter’, smart building experts will discuss the latest technologies, business strategies and market research. The event is likely to be of key interest for integrators working in both the residential and commercial sectors.

The first speakers announced include Google’s Kathy Farrington and Aglaia Kong, who will discuss energy management, building control and using IoT to power buildings. Other confirmed sessions include Keynote Speaker James McHale from Memoori discussing the European market for IoT and Bernhard Huessy of nomos system who will explore the opportunities created by the IoT platform in commercial, residential and marine environments.

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The event also offers an opportunity to get an insight on Microsoft’s Hololens technology, and find out just how it will change installers look at buildings. To register for SBC2017, visit the official site here.

David Slater

David Slater started his writing career with SVI writing a popular column, he has also guested on publications like Home Cinema Choice and
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