About Indoor Mobility Conference
With urbanization, the demand for the construction of multi-purpose buildings is growing worldwide. They offer shops, doctors’ surgeries, offices, hotels and luxury apartments under one roof - making them the new meeting places for urban life.
The manufacturer-independent integration of building services equipment plays a decisive role in their economic operation. The systems are more versatile than in almost any other type of building. Typical features of the functional building are combined with smart home applications, with higher-level monitoring including energy management and fire protection and evacuation systems.
A key function is the mobility of people and goods within the building. Transportation equipment such as elevators and escalators, access and surveillance systems with automatic doors, and people detection and navigation systems ensure that the building functions smoothly in all areas.
In order to integrate all indoor mobility and building technology systems, building owners, planners and integrators increasingly rely on the manufacturer-independent BACnet® standard. The new BACnet interface for monitoring passenger transport systems, but also the multiple successful integration of other complex building systems in multi-purpose buildings, have brought new insights that we want to share with all users.
With the BACnet Indoor Mobility Conference, the BIG-EU offers for the first time a neutral exchange of experience between the participating users and providers, which specifically addresses the needs of multi-purpose buildings. Designers, installers, operators and users of the multi-purpose buildings are invited to get to know the new and proven abilities of manufacturer-independent networking with BACnet.
Based on the requirements for planning and operating ultra-modern multi-purpose buildings the BACnet Indoor Mobility Conference will consider the performance features of the BACnet standard:
- reliable and safe building operation,
- long-term investment security,
- sustainable compliance with national and European energy efficiency directives and
- the comfortable environment for all people who use the building.