Impressions Intersec Forum 2017
Quotes from the industry
Digitalisation rapidly catalyses the interdisciplinary co-operation of our industry and the skilled trade within even bigger networks. Today, security demands are an essential precondition that have to be met constantly. The Intersec Forum shows, how to strengthen the confidence in the ‘digital world’ and how to efficiently deploy its opportunities.
The integration of different technical trades and solutions within a large system offers many opportunities and benefits for both building owners and users alike. Understanding not only these advantages, but also the dangers and risks associated with buildings is the key to developing system solutions that give the building owner a feeling of security, combined with the benefits of energy efficiency and comfort.
The Intersec Forum plays a large part in ensuring that the importance of security technology is properly considered even at the building planning stage. Together we are keen to ensure that security technology is incorporated in every aspect of building technology, including the wide functional scope of building automation and management, by way of an integrated planning process. It is critical, therefore, that everyone involved in the planning process works together innovatively and purposefully to find solutions; for it is in the fundamental interest of technical building services as a whole that this development continues.
As an opportunity to exchange information, it will be both interesting and offer invaluable insights into the future development of networked building technology. The fact that the Intersec Forum runs concurrently with the ISH, the world’s leading trade fair for energy and air-conditioning technology, emphasizes the market trend towards an ever greater demand for integrated energy and security solutions.
Intersec Forum 2017 focuses on the challenges driven by the transition from `classical´ towards modern, networked security technology. The conference will continue to apply this perspective and present the subject of networked security in an interesting way for the building-services and energy technology, the heating, ventilation and air-conditioning technologies and the building automation industries.
With Intersec Forum, we are bringing the expertise gathered outside Germany to Frankfurt where the emphasis will be on the future-oriented networking of different safety and security technologies.
Sponsors of the Intersec Forum 2017
Speakers and Speeches 2017
Maurice AL-KHALIEDY, CSPi : “Live hacking session – how to better understand cyberattacks to processing networks” Forum 5
Andreas BURMEISTER, CEO WISAG Security & Service: Podium discussion debater “Security meets Smart Building – Who will run the business?”
Prof. Christoph BUSCH, Head of Biometrics, CRISP – Center for Research in Security and Privacy: “Trend report biometrics – latest news from research and standardisation” Forum 3
Bertram CANZLER, CEO, Canzler: “Driving or driven by digitalisation? The role of engineering companies in tomorrow’s business”
RA Martin EVERDING, CEO, Association of the State of Northrhine-Westphalia Building Services and Technical Installation Industry (ITGA): “Demands of security technology from a legal point of view” Forum 1
Dr. Sebastian FESTAG, Head of Applied Research, Hekatron: “Connectivity in security technology: Best practice, prospects and consequences” Forum 2
Michael FROEHLCKE, Business Development Manager, aumüller aumatic: “How make security technology secure – an insight to smoke and heat venting systems (HVAC)” Forum 2
Dr.-Ing. Stefan HARTUNG, CEO, Robert Bosch: Keynote “Securely connected energy and security technology systems”
Ulrich HOEFER, Head of Project Management
Dynamic Signage Systems, Inotec Sicherheitstechnik: “Dynamic and adaptive escape route signage” Forum 2
Dr.-Ing. Arnaud HOFFMANN, Head of division Smart Home / Smart Building, ZVEI: Opening and presentation of Forum 3 “Innovations for connected access control systems”
Dr. Peter HUG, Managing Director of the Automation + Management Association for House + Building (AMG) in the German Mechanical Engineering Industry Association (VDMA): Opening and presentation of Forum 5 “IT- and Cybersecurity”
Dr. Ulrich KIPPER, VP Services Zentrales Infrastrukturmanagement, Fraport: “Demands of key account clients to building automation experts”
Manfred KOEHLER, Chief editor Rhein-Main, F.A.Z.: Opening and presentation of Forum 4 „Residential Security”; Host of the Intersec Forum conference
Manfred KOELBL, Head of Business Development Major Projects, Caverion: “Demands of technical installers for security technology” Forum 1
Peter KRAPP, Managing Director Security Division of ZVEI: Opening and presentation of Forum 2 “Novelties in fire alarm systems and emergency lighting”
Ingo KUHNKE, Zentrales Infrastrukturmanagement, Fraport: “Hands-on experience: What is good, what is to improve?” Forum 2
Wolfgang MARZIN, CEO, Messe Frankfurt: Welcome and opening of Intersec Forum
Guenther MERTZ M.A., Managing Director of the German Association of the Building Services and Technical Installation (BTGA): Opening and presentation of Forum 1 “Industry dialogue (not only) for technical planning and multisupplier construction companies”
Dr. Klaus MITTELBACH, CEO, ZVEI: Podium discussion debater “Digitalisation AND connectivity or Digitalisation VERSUS Connectivity? How to master this conflict of goals”
Andreas NEEF, Managing Partner, Z_punkt: Podium discussion debater “Security meets Smart Building – Who will run the business?”
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ulrich PFEIFFENBERGER, Ingenieurgesellschaft Pfeiffenberger: “Complex security systems in buildings – demanding requirements for planning” Forum 1
Prof. Dr. Joerg REINTSEMA, Institut für Technische Gebaeudeausruestung, TH Köln: “Brave new connected world: Who leads the implementation?” Forum 2
Dr. Thomas RUETTEN, Specialist solicitor for planning and building laws, Kappelmann and Partner Lawyers: “Building products laws: All set upside down?” Forum 2
Jochen SAUER, Business Development Manager, Axis Communications: “Networked security technology vs. network of security technologies?” Forum 3
Arne SCHOENBOHM, President, Federal Federal Office for Information Security (BSI): “The Smart Building in the Smart Grid: Perspectives of the BSI”
Sven SUETTERLIN, SBC Deutschland: “IT security – challenge for building automation specialists” Forum 5
Jan TIMMERMANN, Director Business Development Product Management, Vonovia: “Residential Security between theory and practice”, Forum 4
Dr. Andreas WETZEL, SAUTER-Cumulus GmbH: “IT security in building automation VDMA guideline Einheitsblatt 24774” Forum 5
Gina Rosa WOLLINGER, Criminological Research Institute of the Federal State of Lower Saxony : “Technical and behavioural possibilities for the prevention of home burglaries” Forum 4
Alexander YEOMANS, Head of Business Segment Security for Germany, Siemens: “How manufacturers may profit by new value-added networks”
A: Control Centre – best practice: See the Operation and Security Center (OSC) of Messe Frankfurt.
Guide: Dimitrios DONIS, Security Officer Messe Frankfurt
B: Baggage Control Center, Fraport, Frankfurt Airport Rhein-Main