Elma Kurtalj ltd presented Brightcore Distributed Building Management Infrastructure at Light+Building, the world's leading trade fair for Architecture and Technology which took place at Frankfurt – Germany.
For the electrical engineering sector, Light+Building, which now includes house and building automation, is the world's most important platform for intelligent building services technology. As a result of the move from hall level 9.1, where the section was based at the last event, to 9.0, the electrical engineering section in Hall 8.0 and house and building automation are now even closer together and can, therefore, be reached more easily and quickly. The public will be demonstrate here the future-oriented solutions for house and building automation, facility management, contracting and other systems technology in buildings, such as photovoltaic systems and ways of shading buildings from the sun. House and building automation has a key role at Light+Building. Building-automation systems and innovative solutions in the field of measurement, control and regulatory technology are a crucial component in integrative systems engineering. As well as a comprehensive range of products in Hall 9.0, there will be lectures on the latest developments in the sector, within the framework of the Building Performance Congress. Light+Building is characterized by a range of products and services unparalleled in terms of depth and breadth, a high degree of internationality, growing visitor numbers and a reputation as an innovation forum where new products are launched onto the world market for the first time. All market leaders from the fields of lighting, electrical engineering and building automation take part in the biennial trade fair for the sector. Within this unique framework, over 2,000 exhibitors present their latest products, innovations and trends at an almost fully booked-up Frankfurt Fair and Exhibition Centre. The extensive spectrum of products and services to be seen makes Light+Building the ideal meeting place for trade visitors – over 167,000 architects, interior architects, designers, planners, engineers and artisans, as well as representatives of the trade and industry, find future-oriented solutions for their business success.