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SIBT and SSHT 2019: smart office, home and community elements created intelligent industry ecosystem

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The 2019 editions of Shanghai Intelligent Building Technology (SIBT) and Shanghai Smart Home Technology (SSHT) concluded successfully on 5 September. While SIBT debuted the Shanghai Smart Office Technology (SSOT) zone, introducing IoT technology to enrich office environments, SSHT continued to ride on the fast-growing real estate market in China, extending the concept of smart homes to a community-wide level. With the concurrently held Parking China, the trade fairs encompassed intelligent buildings, homes, parking, offices and community topics, completing the smart technology ecosystem.

SIBT and SSHT spanned halls W2 to W4 at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre. As well-recognised industry platforms in China, the two trade fairs and Parking China collectively attracted over 280 exhibitors and 30,374 professional buyers. Meanwhile, the total exhibition area reached 28,750 sqm.

With the success of SIBT and SSHT, Ms Lucia Wong, Deputy General Manager of Messe Frankfurt (Hong Kong) Co Ltd shared her gratitude toward the co-organisers. “Supported by the Intelligent Engineering Branch of China Exploration and Design Association (CEEDI), SIBT was held successfully again this year. The trade fair also debuted the SSOT zone, further completing the smart industry ecosystem. Meanwhile, SSHT and China Smart Home Industry Alliance (CSHIA) cooperated to promote smart home concepts in real estate and smart communities. Spurred by the development of 5G and AI technology, the intelligent industry is now growing on a fast track. SIBT and SSHT also strive to be ideal business platforms for the industry, presenting original trends and technology insights through myriad forums and seminars.”

Aiming to create a favourable business environment, SIBT and SSHT invited delegations from overseas to connect with exhibitors, including representatives from Asia Institute of Intelligent Buildings (AIIB), Panasonic, Thailand D-One Decor Co., Ltd, Thailand e-Business Centre (TeC) and Terma Products (UK) Ltd. The trade fairs’ new business matching service also offered a one-to-one channel for companies and associations to better discuss potential business interests.

Key industry trends illustrated through 16 seminars

This year, leading corporations were again invited to speak at forums and seminars, including Alibaba DingTalk, Huawei, Microsoft (China), Country Garden, China Telecom, HP China, Siemens, Schneider, Haier, Signify, Ikea, ABB and Hager. With SIBT, SSHT, Parking China and SSOT combined, over 120 speakers highlighted key industry trends at 16 forums and seminars.

The trade fairs also invited the China Academy of Information Communications Technology Department of Strategic Planning & Research of CTTL – Terminals to envision a smart living concept aided by 5G, AIoT & IoT facilities in real estate. Meanwhile, standard protocol alliances, such as Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, EnOcean, Zigbee, KNX and ZETA, highlighted the new changes in building technology through individual events.

As the furnished apartments market grows in China, real estate developers are incorporating smart home elements to appeal to home buyers. Together with China Smart Home Industry Alliance (CSHIA), SSHT discussed creating a smart community from a developer’s perspective. Smart home system integrators also congregated at a conference held by SSHT and QJ.Smartech, learning about common integration problems and possible solutions.

Co-organised by SIBT and CEEDI, a smart building forum discussed the application of IoT technology. Furthermore, making a first appearance this year, SSOT cooperated with ZhiXing XiaoZheng to analyse the benefits of smart offices over traditional workspaces from a user’s perspective. Held together with International WELL Building Institute, another smart office seminar shed light on the future of technology-enriched workspaces. Exhibitors also shared positive views on SSOT. Lenovo thinkplus Project Director Pengbo Yuan commented, “Not only are we satisfied with the visitor number, but these clients are also our target audience. Visitors from different backgrounds all agreed that it is time for workspaces to change, and have therefore visited our booth to learn how.”

For more information on Light + Building shows worldwide, please visit www.light-building.com/brand. To learn more about SSHT and SIBT, please visit www.building.messefrankfurt.com.cn or email building@china.messefrankfurt.com.



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