Building security: clever use of BIM for more efficiency and new productivity
Digital planning methods in security and building technology are neither a magic formula nor a mere catchphrase: used cleverly, they help planners and installers, in complex construction projects from the planning stage onwards – and can keep a building on an efficient course through its entire lifecycle. At the Intersec Forum on 12 and 13 March 2019 experts will be discussing its worthwhile incorporation and considering pioneering best-practice examples, thus helping the industry to find new business models, from planning, to operation and servicing of modern buildings.
Background information: Clever use of BIM for more efficiency in buildings and integrated security
Digital planning methods in building technology: cleverly used, they help designers, builders and operators of buildings and integrated security technology from the planning stage onwards and can keep them on an efficient path across their entire lifecycle. At the Intersec Forum on 12 and 13 March 2019 experts will be discussing how these methods can be usefully incorporated.
Update for building security: Intersec Forum with expert speakers
Digital planning methods for building-services and security technology help planners and installation specialists from the initial planning stages of complex construction projects – and ensure buildings maintain maximum efficiency throughout their entire lifecycle. At Intersec Forum on 12 and 13 March 2019, experts will discuss purposeful integration and pioneering best-practice examples.
Intersec Forum 2019: Update for connected building and security technology at ISH
A discussion about the efficient connection of technologies and system security is essential when it comes to the future of building, energy and air-conditioning technologies. As a conference for connected security technology, Intersec Forum will accompany next year’s ISH, the world’s leading trade fair for HVAC + Water.
Final report: A highly successful Intersec Forum 2018 brings together 650 experts from the security and building-services technology sectors
The participants of the 3rd Intersec Forum in Frankfurt am Main affirmed the Intersec Forum to be in the right place at the right time to tackle future-oriented topics. The conference for connected security technology ended today (23 March) after welcoming 650 participants and generating a great echo from the industry and the building-services and security technology sectors. The participants (94 %) were satisfied with the event and three quarters of them said they intend to visit the 4th Intersec Forum in March 2019. The 650 conference participants came from Germany and other European countries. Last year’s two-day Intersec Forum had attracted 180 specialists to Frankfurt.
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3 + 1 questions about IT and cyber security to: Lukas Linke, expert in cyber security at the Association for Security in the Central Association of the Electronic and Electrical Engineering Industries (ZVEI – Zentralverband Elektrotechnik- und Elektronikindustrie e.V.)
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More than 40 speakers discuss digitalisation and security in tomorrow’s buildings. Exchange of information and guided tours to applied security technology