SSE Enterprise is the latest company to sponsor Smart Buildings Virtual Conference which will be taking place between the 13-15 October.
Over the course of 3 days, delegates will be able to access a series of presentations, panel discussions and live Q&A sessions on smart buildings and their role in a post-covid world.
SSE Enterprise will host two different presentations between 13 and 15 October on the topics of Connected Controls, looking at the latest equipment and software available on the market and Connected Management, focused on how smart buildings will be managed post-covid.
David Brend, Director of Business Development for SSE Enterprise’s Distributed Energy activities, commented: “The Smart Buildings Show is a key event in our annual calendar, and we are very much looking forward to supporting the Smart Buildings Virtual Conference 2020. We have two expert speakers lined up to discuss the latest innovations in smart buildings and how these can be used to support safe returns to work in the future.”
John Hatcher, Conference Director, Smart Buildings Virtual Conference added: “It’s great to have a company like SSE Enterprise as a sponsor for Smart Buildings Virtual Conference. As a company SSE Enterprise delivers distributed energy systems, multi-utility networks and is a leader in building energy managements systems and streetlighting lighting solutions across the UK. Having their expertise on tap for our delegates is a big boost for our event.”
Delegate registrations are now open for the online event, and access to all 21 presentations is free.
To view the conference programme and register your attendance, visit virtual.smartbuildingsshow.com
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