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Meeting of international building automation experts
Buildings under Control Symposium 2013, October 15 to 16 in Vienna, Austria
Vienna, Austria, September 3rd, 2013 - A top-class panel of experts for building automation from around the globe will meet at the Buildings under Control Symposium in Vienna, Austria from October 15 to 16. For the fourth time host LOYTEC electronics, internationally recognized manufacturer of innovative building automation solutions, invites automation specialists, business partners and customers to join this international convention, which has become a popular platform for exchange of ideas, technical discussions and networking in the industry.
Red-hot issues will be on the agenda. Especially “Network security in building networks” will attract wide interest. Network security is a sensitive issue, having been discussed at length in the media lately and this has lead to a certain amount of uncertainty from building owners, designers and system integrators. LOYTEC experts will show where exactly risks for the building network’s security are residing and which methods LOYTEC can provide at device level to ensure network security. With proper device configuration, security flaws can be closed, eventual attacks on the network be foiled and building related data be protected.
Another focus will be on the presentation of the new building management system LWEB-900. Dynamic, comprehensive building management systems become mandatory; constant collection, evaluation and visualization of information and data about all processes in the building are required. Only by doing so, the building operator can continuously monitor and optimize the performance of the building. The result is considerate usage of energy resources and maximum energy efficiency of buildings.
Moreover LOYTEC’s revolutionary room automation system L-ROC will be discussed in detail. This system allows for extreme flexibility towards the ever changing requirements of building tenants and users during the long life cycle of a building. Adaptations of floor plans or room layouts to changed needs of the users and the resulting adjustments of the room automation system can be accomplished easily, quickly and economically with L-ROC.
The location of this Buildings under Control Symposium will be Tech Gate Vienna, the Viennese Science and Technology Park, situated directly at the banks of the river Danube, offering a grand panorama view of the city. As the symposium is addressing an international audience the conference language is English. In addition to technical lectures and case studies the accompanying product exhibition will offer practical applications and problem solutions. Detailed information can be found on the LOYTEC website at www.loytec.com/bucs. Online-registration is already open.
“We are looking forward to an interesting convention with experts from
all around the world. The top-management of our development and
marketing staff are at the disposal of our guests two days long to
answer all questions and concerns. We will also allow a look behind the
scenes of LOYTEC’s product development – and into the future of
building automation, the way we see it,” Hans-Joerg Schweinzer, LOYTEC
Founded in 1999, LOYTEC electronics GmbH today ranks among the leading European providers of intelligent network infrastructure products for building automation. There LOYTEC sets to open and standardized communication protocols exclusively. LOYTEC develops, manufactures and distributes to the world router solutions, embedded Automation Servers, DALI lighting controls, graphic user interfaces, touch panels and gateways. Primary focus is on network solutions for buildings and real estate. Methods provided are remote access and notification, as well as functions for data acquisition, information viewing and data storage. The LOYTEC system is based on a protocol independent approach for decentralized alarming, scheduling and trending.
Product development and manufacturing are located at the Austrian headquarters in Vienna. Particular emphasis is laid on careful and top-quality execution. LOYTEC is certified according to ISO 9001 since 2004. In addition the company has branch offices in France (software development) and Germany (sales) and a subsidiary in the USA. LOYTEC supplies to more than 80 countries around the world. Export rate is 98 %. Strong partnerships with leading industrial companies and intensive research work in cooperation with universities result in innovative products for customers all around the world. Numerous national and international awards confirm the run of success of this Austrian high tech provider.
LOYTEC products are found in projects like the Uniqa-Tower or the
T-Center in Vienna, the main train station and the German parliament
(Reichstag) in Berlin, the ThyssenKrupp Quarter in Essen, the regional
bank Baden-Württemberg in Stuttgart, the Esprit Arena Düsseldorf, one
of the most modern multifunctional stadiums of Europe, the Gallileo
Tower in Frankfurt, the Rheinhallen/RTL-Studios in Cologne, the biggest
cruise ship of the world, the “Oasis of the Seas“, the fair center
Jaarbeurs Utrecht in the Netherlands, Il sole 24 ore, the headquarters
of Italy’s leading financial magazine in Milano, the Governor
Rockefeller Empire State Plaza in Albany/New York State, the world’s
most spectacular sport arena, the Dallas Cowboys Football Stadium in
Arlington/Texas, the Wangjing International Commercial Center and the
China Reinsurance in Beijing, the Ernst & Young Headquarters in
Sydney and many others more.
Visit www.loytec.com for more information.
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