Explore the world of Smart Home, Smart Office and Smart Building

IT’S THE BEST SBC PROGRAMME EVER… Join us for the annual gathering of industry experts in smart home, smart office and smart building. Each year we bring you new speakers and the latest technology to explore. We’re expecting to beat last year’s record of 400+ delegates, so there will be plenty of networking opportunities. Here are some speaker highlights:

Leading architect, inventor and Professor at MIT, Carlo Ratti, live on stage

The SBC closing panel session will feature Carlo Ratti, the leading architect, engineer, inventor, professor and director at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Ratti will also present the ISE 2018 Opening Address which will follow the completion of SBC 2018. Ratti was named one of the ‘50 most influential designers in America’ by Fast Company and highlighted in Wired Magazine’s ‘Smart List: 50 people who will change the world.’

From IoT to “Mediatecture,” This Year’s Hot Topics

This year’s hot topics at the Smart Building Conference will dig deeper into IoT and its impact on our industry. Delegates can hear directly from world famous architects (like Ron Bakker whose firm designed the world’s smartest building), explore the network’s edge where sensors will take over the world, learn about the latest in KNX, talk to the makers of revolutionary li-fi, and gain valuable market info on the smart home market in Europe. Christoph Kronhagel, author of Mediatecture, will share his experiences in which architecture uses its own building facades to communicate as a media. As well as hearing from 30 exciting speakers, delegates will have the opportunity to network with more than 400 senior executives…

Meeting Places: the APIs of the Working Community 

Founding partner of PLP Architecture, Ron Bakker, led major projects to successful completion both in the UK and abroad, including The Edge for Deloitte in Amsterdam, the world’s most sustainable office building. Ron has a particular interest in new technologies and their impact on productivity and well-being. He speaks at universities around the world, and at forums on real estate, urban development and digital technology in architecture, including TEDx.

Consumer IoT Trends: What Drives the Future of Smart Home?

David B. Hofmann is Managing Partner of mm1 – the consultancy for Connected Business in Stuttgart – and Director of mm1 Technology in Berlin. He consults clients during the conception and development of digital offerings, as well as building new fields of business fields in the digital world.  At mm1, he is responsible for the activities in the area of Consumer IoT with focus on Smart Home, Home Networking and Future of TV. He is an expert in the TIME sector (including telecommunication, information technology, media and electronics).

When It Comes to Building Automation, This Man Wrote the Book

SBC is pleased to announce Phil Zito, “Mr. Building Automation Systems”, will join this year’s conference. Formerly working at Johnson Controls in many roles including Technical Integration Program Manager, Phil is now America’s Number One trainer for building automation systems. Author of Building Automation Systems A to Z, he has trained more than 1,000 building automation professionals. Phil is the editor of Building Automation Systems and creator of three online BAS training course books. There is an increasing amount of “IT centric” building systems and in his presentation, Phil will address “Demystifying IT” in smart buildings.

Smart Building Conference (SBC) is the must-attend summit for professionals working in smart homes, smart offices, smart buildings and smart cities. Taking place on the day before Integrated Systems Europe 2018, on 5 February 2018, SBC is a one-day event that explores the latest technologies, business strategies, market research and workflow case studies through presentations from the world’s leading smart building experts and thought leaders. SBC is organised by Integrated Systems Events.

Early birds tickets providing a 35% discount on the standard price of admission are available here until 8 January 2018.