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Gavazzi On Show At Smart Buildings

Carlo Gavazzi will be at the Smart Buildings show
27 September 2019

Controls and Automation specialist, Carlo Gavazzi will be returning to this year’s Smart Buildings show at London’s Olympia on October 9-10.

Smart Buildings is the UK's leading event that connects visitors with the latest information and technology in the smart buildings industry. It is supported as a Media Partner by ThisweekinFM.

This year, the Carlo Gavazzi team will be on hand to discuss the latest technological innovations and advantages showing how simple to install, energy meters are easily integrated into the latest energy platforms whilst a 2-wire bus system for smart buildings provides a unified approach to controls services such as HVAC, lighting (including DALI) and other building services.

Kevin Sheldrake, Carlo Gavazzi’s Business Development Manager said: “Smart buildings have reshaped how a building is designed, built and managed.  With advances in technology and continued investment, buildings can now provide optimal user experience, reduce energy and ensure future flexibility and efficient building operation.”

So, whether you need an energy management system that delivers information to reduce your carbon footprint or a smart building system that can provide a consolidated approach to controls services such as HVAC and lighting or an infrastructure that ensures future flexibility and intelligence - register for the show and get along to talk to the experts on Stand No.F9.

Picture: Carlo Gavazzi will be at the Smart Buildings show at London’s Olympia on October 9-10.

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Article written by Brian Shillibeer | Published 27 September 2019


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