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Smart Buildings Show opens its 2021 event for registration

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The Smart Buildings Show is gearing up to return to a physical event in 2021, with it set to be the biggest one yet. 

The free-to-attend conference and exhibition takes place at the ExCel in London on October 6-7, 2021. Registration has just opened, with attendees able to meet with more exhibitors and experience more content than ever before.

Exhibitors scheduled to attend this year’s event include Priva UK, Trend, ABB and Siemens Smart Infrastructure. These are some of the leading names in the commercial smart buildings, technology and energy sectors. 

Following its recent call for papers, the Smart Buildings Show will return with four theatres, delivering industry-leading thought leadership and technical content; presenting visitors the opportunity to share and discuss the growing new trends within the sector.

The theatres include Connected – Management, which will look at how smart building are managed and how the workplace has changed post-covid; The Connected – Controls Theatre, which will look at physical devices in smart buildings; The Connected – Spaces & Infrastructure Theatre, which will focus on smart buildings, wellbeing, networks, connectivity and power; and the Training Theatre, which will offer visitors the chance to enhance their industry credentials via CPD-accredited presentations.

“We are delighted to welcome visitors back to the Smart Buildings Show conference and exhibition,” said Ian Garmeson, managing director, at Turret Group. 

“This year’s show will provide visitors with the first in-person event to focus on smart buildings and their associated critical infrastructure since the start of the pandemic. We believe it will provide a fantastic opportunity to network among fellow industry peers and demonstrate how our sector will play a key role in helping the UK to build back better.” 

Throughout the two days, Smart Buildings Show 2021 will cover key aspects of creating and managing a smart building, including:

  • Building automation and design
  • Building automation systems
  • Building energy management
  • Energy efficiency
  • Health & safety
  • HVAC
  • Lighting and controls
  • Networks and wireless
  • Regulations and consultancy
  • Security
  • Services and support
  • Smart meters and monitoring
  • Software
  • Workplace and wellbeing

This year’s Headline Sponsor, Bluetooth SIG, is joined by Platinum Sponsors; aico/HomeLink, The DALI Alliance, Sauter Automation and Schneider Electric. For more information on exhibiting and sponsorship, please contact Claire Hatchett at [email protected] or 07976 613352.

As the event will still be taking place during these trying times, organisers have said that they have implemented Covid-safe practices in-line with venue and Government guidance. While it hasn’t stated whether vaccination certificates will be required, the Government has asked large events to consider implementing those rules. If you’d like to register for a free ticket, you can do so here, or visit to unlock all the information you need to make your buildings more economic and functional.

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