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Building-IoT Asia 2016
October 18, 2016 - October 19, 2016
As the focus of governments and industry stakeholders shifts to that of integrating infrastructure in a manner that facilitates Internet of Things (IoT) adoption, the inaugural Building-IoT Asia Conference 2016 will help participants comprehend the role of the construction industry in creating Smart Cities.
Organised by Homdex and Sphere Exhibits in conjunction with BuildTech Asia 2016, the Building IoT Exhibition takes place from 18 – 20 October and will feature a dedicated pavilion consisting of companies showcasing IoT platforms, IoT applications, devices and services; Wired and Wireless communications and network solutions; including 5G and Giga Internet options; Smart home building controls for lighting, facilities, sunshade, telecommunications, energy management, building security and parking; Sensors and components; Smart home appliances; and Smart City options for transport, clean energy, urban planning, disaster management, water and waste management, security and safety.
The B-IoT Asia Conference features international experts, along with speakers from across Asia, who will tackle topical issues such as safety and security, the application of big data and analytics in buildings and discuss the impact of the smart ecosystem on design and building standards. Deliberations as to the changing expectations of sustainability, the rebalancing of objectives to attain operational efficiencies and how to increase the satisfaction and experience of the occupant of a building will also take place. The conference will wrap with an exploratory session of the future of building IoT, touching on real estate information systems and cybersecurity.
BuildTech Asia 2016 has earned increased regional support this year from South East Asia’s building and construction sector. As in previous years, local and international Associations have embraced the opportunity to collaborate with BuildTech Asia 2016 to enjoy abundant opportunities to network with industry colleagues in pursuit of their business goals. This year, the Association of Industrial Engineering and Management Industry of Indonesia (ISTMI); Association of Property and Facility Managers, Building Owners & Managers Association, Indonesia, Construction Industry Joint Council; The Institution of Engineers, Singapore ; Indonesia Engineers Association ; International Powered Access Federation; IFMA Singapore Chapter, National Association of Indonesian Consultants ; Jakarta Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Malaysia Heavy Construction Equipment Owners Association; Master Builders Association of Malaysia, Renovation and Decoration Advisory Centre (RADAC); Real Estate Developers’ Association of Singapore; Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS); Singapore Contractors Association Ltd (SCAL); Singapore Cranes Association; Singapore Institute of Building Limited; Singapore Institute of Surveyors & Valuers; Singapore Institution of Safety Officers; Singapore Manufacturing Federation; Society of Project Managers Singapore, The Institution of Engineers, Malaysia, Vietnam Ceramic Association, Vietnam Electronic Industries Association, Vietnam Federation of Civil Engineers Association and Workplace Safety and Health Asia are supporting BuildTech Asia 2016.
Co-located Conferences & Activities at BuildTech Asia 2016:
The Singapore Contractor’s Association and SCAL Academy, with the support of Sphere Exhibits and Singapore Workforce Development Agency (WDA), will run a one-day conference, the Environment Sustainability Conference 2016, themed “Building Sustainably”. The conference will highlight topics from sustainable designs and practices to improve energy efficiency and the use of green building materials, to facilitate discussions about industry trends and green best practices that can lead to cost efficiency and environmental benefits.
SCAL Innovation & Productivity Awards
The inaugural SCAL Productivity and Innovation Awards (PIA) 2016 is an industry initiative to raise productivity in the construction sector through a ground-up approach for innovative ideas. The competition will provide a platform for companies to step up productivity efforts through the involvement of all levels of staff to propose projects, products or process changes that will result in significant improvements in their workplaces.
BuildTech Asia 2016
Supported by the Building and Construction Authority (BCA) and the Housing and Development Board (HDB), construction companies are invited to submit applications where judges will select the top few innovative ideas to be showcased for public voting at the BuildTech Asia 2016. Winners will receive cash prizes, a plaque and recognition at the Awards at the SCAL Conference.