By Nick Gilbert
Buildings are constructed more eco-friendly by incorporating innovative smart technologies, such as automation systems. Neetha Jayanth, Senior Research Analyst at Frost & Sullivan, the Growth Partnership Company, has planned to brief and analyze about the automation systems for buildings in a conference through web on May 24, 2012 at 3:00p.m.
The growth prospects of smart building technology and its role in the construction of intelligent buildings in Europe will be discussed in the web conference. Specifically, the conference will summarize the impact of significant Mega Trends in the construction of intelligent buildings over the past 10 years. It also provides a report on the revenue growth required for implementing automation systems in Europe, and shows an industry perceptive of recent trends.
Neetha Jayanth stated that in spite of recent drops in the smart technologies all over Europe, there exists a great importance towards the high-energy and intelligent automation systems. She added that since the users are being recovered from the economic crisis, they have to reduce their functional expenditure in buildings.
Stakeholders in the development of smart technology and energy management for buildings, manufacturing companies of automation systems and controllers, and service and solution providers from telecom and IT industry will be benefited through this web conference.