A smart building uses digital technologies or information and communication technologies (ICT) to enhance quality and performance, to reduce costs and resource consumption.
The Smart Buildings stream at Vision London, on the morning of 7 June, will focus on themes including the Internet of Things; science & creativity in urban planning, design and architecture; technology and connectivity and the role of BIM in making ‘smart’ work. Here’s a preview of what’s in store:
This building in Amsterdam has won awards as one of the world’s greenest buildings – but is it smart? Find out what Ron Bakker, founding partner of PLP Architecture has to say on 7 June at 11.45.
What is the IoT?
More importantly, what could the IoT mean for smart building design and the future built environment? Antonio Pisanò, co-founder of Marcel Mauer Architects will explain at 10.55.
BRE experiences shared
Smart buildings, energy efficient building materials and connectivity – Dr Martin Ganley, BRE director of Smart Homes & Buildings will share his knowledge at 11.20.
What is the role of BIM?
Neil Thompson, chair of the CIC BIM 2050 Group will explain why a digitally integrated approach – harnessing smart technology – is key to the future of the built environment.
FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE SMART BUILDINGS PROGRAMME AT VISION LONDON