|Theme:||The future of smart buildings|
|Date:||Fri. 27.11.2020, 03:00 p.m. (UTC+1)|
PC-based control technology from Beckhoff, which has already been used successfully for almost three decades in all areas of industrial automation, has today become an integral component of intelligent building automation. Together with its partners Steinel, Geze, Hailo Digital Hub, Kärcher and Soobr, Beckhoff presents the future of smart buildings. The advantages, benefits and savings potentials of the use of innovative sensors, automated usage planning and integrated automation are shown on the basis of a practical example.
In this webinar we show you how buildings can be further optimized and their operation made more efficient, more environmentally friendly and less expensive through the networking of different subsections of the facility management as well as the digitization of the associated services.
|03:05 p.m.||Klaus Wördemann, Steinel: Intelligent sensors, advantages of camera-based person counters|
|03:25 p.m.||Daniel Keinath, Harald Hellmann, GEZE: Automation of the door and window subsections, advantages of networking|
|03:45 p.m.||Frank Schubert, Beckhoff Automation: Outlook: BACnet/Secure Connect and LoRaWan as protocols in the communication backbone|
|04:05 p.m.||Marc Siegle, Kärcher: Digitization of facility services|
|04:25 p.m.||Christoph Erbach, Hailo Digital Hub: ROI in the use of smart waste
Jill N. Frey, FDS: The organization for the standardization of digital facility services
|04:50 p.m.||Kaspar Adank, Soobr: App-based optimization of facility services / cleaning planning|
|05:10 p.m.||Frank Schubert, Beckhoff Automation: Smart Future showcase in the Hailo Museum|