Smart Connected Buildings

Smart Connected Buildings can be expressed in many ways and different people have different reasons to want a smart building. Depending on who you are talking to you can get a host of different requirements to connect systems together.

This presentation will provide an overview of how implementing a solution that connects building and web services into a combined common digital database will provide multiple disciplines for use throughout the life of a building. We will discuss how to build an expandable Smart Connected Building from the core architecture, integrating common building systems with web services, all the way to providing end users the benefits of smart arrival systems, office management tools and improved indoor air quality.

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Graham Turner, Managing Director at One Sightsolutions

D1 T3 10:00

Graham has worked in the Building Controls Industry in excess of 30 years. During this period the technology changes in BMS and Building Services have been considerable and the need to adapt has been imperative.

Managing and owning companies during this period of change has ensured Graham has maintained an understanding of newer technologies at all times. 

Having specified and engineered solutions using these techniques for a number of very high profile clients within the UK, Graham has architected solutions for BMS systems, energy monitoring systems and various large data centre projects. As time has gone by, these projects have expanded to use modern IT technology, utilising web servers and services as a standard portal or user interface. These interfaces now connect to multi buildings and services bringing valuable information in many different formats and for many different

The solutions and products provided by One Sightsolutions have been carefully structured to help achieve their clients’ demands and deliver solutions in a fast-paced and growing technology market place.