Event Date/Time: Mar 05, 2014 End Date/Time: Mar 07, 2014
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SMART BUILDINGS

South-East European Exhibition on Building Automation and Management Systems 

The international exhibition SMART BUILDINGS will be held for the second time in parallel with the 10th Congress and Exhibition on Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EE & RE) for South-East Europe.

The concept of "Intelligent Buildings" quickly gained popularity and is associated with energy saving, healthy environment, ecology, comfort and security. "Smart / intelligent" buildings meet the utmost needs of residents and respond appropriately to different weather conditions. Today building automation systems and advanced building technologies are widely used in almost all areas of life thanks to strategic partnerships between software developers and providers of communications services and hardware.

According to forecasts the worldwide market for building automation software will reach $ 36 billion by 2015, while the market for energy efficiency of buildings will increase by 103.5 billion dollars by 2017.

PROFILE OF VISITORS

  • Construction and architecture
  • Installation companies
  • Security systems
  • Energy and electric companies
  • ICT companies
  • Automation
  • Banks and financial institutions
  • Commercial and business centers
  • Tourism, hotels, restaurants and entertainment
  • Public buildings
  • State institutions and embassies

Venue

147, Tzarigradsko shosse
Sofia
Bulgaria
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Exhibits included

Building Automation Systems (BAS)

  • Audio and Video systems
  • Communication systems
  • Access Control Systems, Videosurveillance
  • Lighting, electric systems and appliances
  • HVAC Management Systems
  • Fire and Security Systems
  • Windows, Doors, Blinds

Building Management Systems (BMS)

 

 

Services

  • Existing Systems Integration
  • Consultancy
  • Training and qualification
  • Building Information Modeling (BIM)
  • Software
  • Data, Telephony & CATV 
  • Financing

 

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