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Light+Building: REHVA offers you free entrance tickets!
Light+Building 2020 – all set for success with the latest topics and 2,700 exhibitors
Light+Building 2020 – all set for success with the latest topics and 2,700 exhibitors

‘Connecting. Pioneering. Fascinating’.

Such is the tagline of the upcoming Light + Building in Frankfurt am Main, providing the central theme that runs through this leading world trade fair, to be launched from 08 to 13 March 2020. All the market leaders have signed up and we are currently expecting some 2,700 exhibitors, who will be presenting their world firsts in the fields of lighting, electrical and electronic engineering, home and building automation and security technology.

A picture containing text Description automatically generatedAt this, the world’s largest trade fair for lighting and building services engineering, the industry will be showcasing its intelligent and networked solutions, ground-breaking technologies and up-to-the-minute design trends, which all contribute to improving both the economic efficiency of buildings and the comfort, convenience and security requirements of the users.

Light + Building is a trade fair of innovation and encompasses all the electronically controlled building services; with the unique breadth and depth of its product spectrum, it promotes integrated building planning – from the ‘smart home’ to the ‘smart building’ and the ‘smart city’.

In addition to the broad range of exhibitors’ products on offer, Light + Building scores highly with its varied complementary programme, which is grouped under the headings of

‘Emotion’, ‘Skills’, ‘Career’ and ‘Selection’.

There are specific topics on offer for the entire spectrum of trade visitors, including architects, engineers, planners, interior architects, designers, tradespeople, retailers and representatives from industry – ranging from special exhibitions and demonstrations to specialist lectures and trend presentations.

REHVA seminar:

BIM interoperability

Building Information Modelling (BIM) is a shared knowledge resource of information for a vast range of professionals involved throughout the building lifecycle, from modelling to management. However, buildings are complex objects to design, construct and maintain, and BIM faces challenges on integrating inhomogeneous data across multiple disciplines and formats: this is where BIM interoperability issue arises.

In light of this, REHVA would like to kindly invite you to our seminar on BIM interoperability which will be held at the Light+Building (Frankurt, Germany) exhibition on March 12. The seminar will be chaired by REHVA Technology and Research Committee Chair, Prof. Ivo Martinac from KTH Institute of Technology and will be followed by a reHVAClub cockatil reception, where you will get the change to network with relevant stakeholders from the sector.

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REHVA offers you free entrance vouchers for the whole-time duration of the exhibition.

To redeem your free entrance tickets, please contact Nicoll Marucciova, REHVA Knowledge Dissemination Officer.

40 Rue Washington 1050 Brussels, Belgium Tel.: +32-2-5141171 Fax: +32-2-5129062