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18 - 19 October 2022

  • Wondering if you have what it takes to run a truly SMART Building?

  • Looking for actual applicable solutions for Energy Efficiency?

  • Concerned about the environment and want to make a real impact?

  • Zero-Carbon a realistic solution or a pipe dream?

  • Can all the new technologies be implemented sustainably?

  • Want to ensure your building occupants have a safe working environment?

Are you ready to GO SMART?
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  • Today, buildings consume up to 40% of the total global energy.

  • By the year 2030, 50% of the world’s total energy will be used by buildings.

  • In major urban centers, buildings contribute more than 60% of emissions.

  • Mismanaged indoor air can be up to 7 times more polluted than outdoor air.

  • Buildings cost USD$30,000 per year to operate, just on energy costs alone.

  • Indoor Cooling accounts for up to 40% of utility costs in a building.

  • In the past year, buildings introduced over 9.95Gt of CO2 into the environment.

  • Smart Buildings sector will account for over USD$120 Billion by the year 2026 with an annual growth rate of 11% Are you a part of this growing industry?

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The modern city will be populated with smart buildings, designed with green initiatives in mind, utilizing cutting-edge cooling sensors to reduce overheads and energy consumption. These new generation of buildings are powered by IoT smart monitoring systems, including cloud monitoring and data analysis for energy usage trends. 5G is a fast-growing sector that is seeing adoption in fields such as machine learning, smart devices, construction drones, and architectural prototyping and design.


Green and smart buildings will shape the future, not just out of efficiency, but also for the necessary preservation of the environment. This conference will help you discover new tools and innovations that are profitable and green-friendly. From decarbonization, emission benchmarks, energy saving, and the use of big data to engineer sustainable cooling systems, this is a journey you won’t want to miss.


Don’t get left behind with yesterday’s standards, embrace a greener and smarter tomorrow.