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A workshop entitled “How to design smart building” was held on 27 May in the conference hall of ANCE (Italian National Builders’ Association) as a first step in a programme that will culminate at the event “All Digital – Smart Building” to be held during SAIE from 14 to 17 October this year.
The initiative was organised in cooperation with ANCEBOLOGNA as part of a mission to facilitate convergence between the fields of construction and telecommunications in accordance with law no. 164/2014, which makes it obligatory to install optical fibre cables in all new and renovated houses.
Carmine Preziosi, director of Ance Bologna, quoted figures from the Ance survey showing that projected growth of the building sector in the period 2015-2020 is 15.7% compared to between 47% and 69% growth in plant with a high degree of innovation.
Paolo Dalla Chiara introduced the Smart Building Conference, a two-day event consisting of presentations and meetings on standards, projects and technologies that will be held at SAIE in the area devoted to All Digital – Smart Building.
Jacopo Gaspari from Bologna University’s Department of Architecture gave a clear presentation of the design principles of a smart building as a key element for a ‘smart city’ future. In particular, he noted that the challenge of the next few years will be to introduce smart technologies to the existing building stock.
Stefano Bianchi, from ANIE and ANIMA (respectively the National Federation of Electrotechnical and Electronic Companies and the National Associations of the Varied and Allied Mechanical Industry), presented BiTech Building Intelligent Technology, an inter-federation group covering all building technologies that is responsible for promoting the role of plant technologies in buildings. Alberto Zanellati from CNA discussed the work of the Italian Electrotechnical Group and the role of installation professionals.
The workshop was well attended and was concluded by an invitation to meet again at Saie 2015.