Smart Buildings

Audio: DC Power Distribution and the Digitisation of the Built Environment

For those who missed it or want to listen again, below is the Audio Stream from our 8th Free Webinar in the 2015 Smart Building Series…

DC Power Distribution and the Digitisation of the Built Environment: a Journey to Workspace Intelligence. Q&A with Mike Hook, Executive Director at LMG & Mike Gilmore, Senior Partner at The Cabling Partnership.

In this Webinar, Mike Hook & Mike Gilmore discus in depth…

  • The advantages of low voltage DC power distribution in buildings over traditional mains power supply.
  • How it could reduce total cost of occupancy and improve the building experience; profoundly effecting the future of Smart Buildings.
  • An Introduction to distributed building services using telecommunications cabling (EN 50173-6) supporting remote powering (IEEE 802.3bt)
  • What is the IET code of practice? Extending the scope of DC implementation.

DC Power

Our next scheduled FREE Webinar is; Tuesday 15th September – We will be discussing Smart Buildings from the Architects perspective. Looking at the work RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) are doing in this area, and how the Internet of Things will help us design and construct better buildings that are focused on outcomes not output. Make sure you don’t miss it… Subscribe to our Newsletter below.

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