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Statementes about Intersec Forum 2019

Peter Kellendonk, EEBUS
Peter Kellendonk, EEBUS

Interoperability of intelligent systems in buildings

"The global expansion of electro-mobility poses new challenges for interoperability in buildings. In the future, heating, air conditioning and building technology will have to be coordinated with the varying arriving and departing vehicles as well as the power grid in order to ensure the secure operation of a building."

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Bernhard Dörstel, Senior Vice-President Global Product Group Manager EPBP Building Automation ABB / Busch-Jaeger Elektro
Bernhard Dörstel, Senior Vice-President Global Product Group Manager EPBP Building Automation ABB / Busch-Jaeger Elektro

"Interoperability and cyber security of connected heating/clima automation solutions"

"Modern connected buildings, including IoT and cloud applications, generate considerable added value for all parties involved. To ensure that this added value is not destroyed by hackers, the issue of cyber security must be taken into account right from the start. The lecture shows that Cyber Security is not a state or a goal, but a continuous process".

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Frauke Greven, Referat B 25 Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik (BSI)
Frauke Greven, Referat B 25 Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik (BSI)

"home smart home ..." - cyber security as an enabler for digitization

"Only secure solutions are smart solutions: `Security by design´ and `Security as a service´ are important success factors in building automation - for manufacturers, integrators and operators. The BSI supports with suitable offers."

All events related to "Cybersecurity: Connectivity and new business models"
Stephan Engel, Head Cybersecurity  Siemens-Division Building Technologies Deutschland
Stephan Engel, Head Cybersecurity Siemens-Division Building Technologies Deutschland

Cyber security in building technology - an inventory

"Cybersecurity is one of the cornerstones of digitalization. To ensure that smart buildings are appropriate protected, static approaches like firewalls and security zones are not sufficient. We will discuss how a resilient immune system could look like."

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Michael Szücs, Deutschland  Tosibox
Michael Szücs, Deutschland Tosibox

Secure remote connections for buildings - Case Study Caverion

“With IoT networks building service providers provide real property owners with advanced, real-time services. Traditionally building networks has been laborious and time consuming. Now, we are able to apply a ready-made & security audited connectivity solution.”

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Gernot Gadow, Regional Marketing Leader Germany and Central Europe Honeywell Building Solutions
Gernot Gadow, Regional Marketing Leader Germany and Central Europe Honeywell Building Solutions

Cyber security strategy in OT environments

"Many building operators concentrate primarily on securing their information technology (IT) systems. However,  risks in operational technology (OT) systems that affect sensitive access and HVAC control systems are often underestimated. As a result, they are now the weak link in operation and organisation.“

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Dr.-Ing. Sebastian Festag, Hekatron
Dr.-Ing. Sebastian Festag, Hekatron

Early recognition: From an idea to (laboratory) experiments into practice

"We investigate the propagation behaviour of fire parameters in order to make fire detection even earlier, more reliable and at the same time foolproof. The results will provide future technologies with a basis for application.“

All events related to "Fire protection: early detection and alarming"
David Ziegler, Portfoliomanager Bosch Building Technologies
David Ziegler, Portfoliomanager Bosch Building Technologies

Connected- Building- Perspectives with IP based sound and speech alarm systems

"A good IP infrastructure is nowadays indispensable in the property sector, especially for security technology, in order to meet the constantly growing requirements and the changing usage needs of modern buildings. IP-based public address systems offer end customers, users and operators of advanced building complexes many new possibilities and advantages today, e.g.: simpler signal management, higher reliability, more flexible application possibilities up to better operability and more comfortable services".

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Christoph Sommer, Head of Technical Department, STG-BEIKIRCH
Christoph Sommer, Head of Technical Department, STG-BEIKIRCH

From the supply air to the outflow - intelligent smoke protection pressure equipment

"`Above the clouds, security must be boundless´: Cities in Germany, Europe and the world are growing. People need space to work and live. High-rise buildings are becoming a trend here. In addition to the comfort aspects, the focus is above all on safety and security. In the event of a fire, every person must be able to leave the house safe and sound. This is ensured by the latest generation of smoke protection pressure systems".

All events related to "Fire protection: early detection and alarming"
Prof. Dr. Frank Ehrenheim, Fachgebiet Facility Management, Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen Beirat bim2bim-Partnernetzwerk
Prof. Dr. Frank Ehrenheim, Fachgebiet Facility Management, Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen Beirat bim2bim-Partnernetzwerk

"The interaction of BIM and Security"

"The application of BIM in the field of security makes a contribution to life cycle-oriented and thus sustainable real estate operations. Especially the security-related building services and technical installation will benefit, when BIM data `as built´ is available for optimized operation and its complete documentation."

All events related to "New requirements for planners and installers: BIM and building contract law"
Markus Groben, Geschäftsführer, Groben Ingenieure
Markus Groben, Geschäftsführer, Groben Ingenieure

„BIM in safety technology: current status from the point of view of a specialist planner"

"BIM aggregates different perspectives on one and the same project and therefore pays off already at the stage of cost planning: If the cost data is linked, it is possible to plan more precisely and, above all, more concretely at an early stage, in work phases 2 and 3, e.g. This reduces miscalculations, additional costs and loss of time, because the classic service fields are shifted forward in planning."

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Georg Ferdinand Schneider, Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter Arbeitsgruppe Gebäudesystemlösungen Fraunhofer IBP
Georg Ferdinand Schneider, Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter Arbeitsgruppe Gebäudesystemlösungen Fraunhofer IBP

From "BIM Reference Object in Germany" to "Mittelstand 4.0 Competence Center Planning and Building"

"The application of BIM in the field of security makes a contribution to life cycle-oriented and thus sustainable real estate operations. Especially the security-related building services and technical installation will benefit, when BIM data `as built´ is available for optimized operation and its complete documentation."

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Dr. Thomas Rütten, Rechtsanwalt und Fachanwalt für Bau- und Architektenrecht, Kapellmann und Partner Attorneys
Dr. Thomas Rütten, Rechtsanwalt und Fachanwalt für Bau- und Architektenrecht, Kapellmann und Partner Attorneys

One year of new building contract law: current and future challenges

"The amendments to the Building Contract Act 2018 have a direct impact on any kind of claim management for building projects, including security engineering and technical building installation. The former automatism, according to which the client could order changes to the services to be rendered even after contract conclusion and unilaterally, is at least subject to doubt under the new law. (Construction) practice now reacts with alternative solutions, such as multi-party contracts. The task lies ahead: to design and implement contracts in accordance with the new building contract law and to guarantee the success of the project for all parties involved (as far as possible), e.g. by differentiated regulations. The conventional approach of increasing pressure on parties involved in construction by means of punitive measures is changing to participation and/or reward concepts. The exact characteristics of this approach remain to be seen."

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Conference news Semantic interoperability: Platforms and protocols
Conference news Cybersecurity: Connectivity and new business models
Conference news Fire protection: early detection and alarming
Conference news New requirements for planners and installers: BIM and building contract law

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