Registration is now open for Smart Buildings 2017, Energy 2017 and HVAC 2017 as part of the largest trade show of its kind: UK Construction Week. The annual award-winning event will open its doors to industry professionals at the NEC in Birmingham on 10-11-12 October 2017 to bring together those with a passion to find out more about the latest developments in the sector.
One of the stand out events of UK Construction Week is the exclusive Innovation Trail. You could be the first to explore the most innovative and unique products and solutions which will help to transform the market.
Each newly released product has been meticulously chosen to represent the latest technological advances and will help you uncover new ways of working. You will discover cutting-edge solutions from leading brands in the industry as you follow the Innovation Trail on a fascinating journey.
Smart Buildings 2017 is the go-to event for the smart buildings industry as it covers a broad spectrum: workplace technology, access and security controls and home entertainment systems, are just a few of the areas featured. Plus, there will be a whole host of seminars on the hot topic of the moment: Internet of Things (IOT), while O2 will be present to chat all things relating to smart home automation.
Energy 2017 will be dedicated to renewables, innovation and power solutions for the building environment and will cover energy saving ideas to reduce costs for both you and your customers. What’s more, The Renewable Energy Association will deliver a programme of insightful talks which revolve around biomass, wind and solar.
HVAC 2017 will focus on the key themes surrounding heating, ventilation and air-conditioning with The Carbon Trust amongst others, presenting seminars at the HVAC hub. Furthermore, there will be plenty of chances to gain further knowledge and expertise from the one to one consultations offered with exhibitors.
A large number of companies have signed up to exhibit including N-Power, Certas Energy, Dbd Communications and Veri Smart Heating, along with businesses from Europe and further afield.
Over 30,000 trade professionals visited UK Construction Week in 2016. The show represents an outstanding opportunity to connect with fellow professionals in the industry.
It’s free to attend UK Construction Week. Register here for your ticket: http://www.ukconstructionweek.com/