The Continental Automated Buildings Association (CABA) will stage the Intelligent Buildings Leadership Forum June 2...
March 28, 2006
The Continental Automated Buildings Association (CABA) will stage the Intelligent Buildings Leadership Forum June 25-27 at the Dallas Convention Centre in conjunction with Realcomm and BOMA International’s North American Commercial Real Estate Congress and The Office Building Show.
According to CABA, the conference will allow delegates to explore pressing issues facing the intelligent building industry, exchange experiences and ideas and receive fresh insight into the challenges confronting their companies.
“As host, (we) will ensure that critical issues are presented and discussed among key industry stakeholders,” said Ronald Zimmer, the group’s president & CEO.
Delegates, he added, will actively contribute by debating the issues facing the implementation of intelligent buildings.
Attendees will represent a wide cross-section of intelligent building verticals, including security, lighting, HVAC and technology integration.
Breakout session topics include cost justifying integrated systems, energy management systems, legacy system migrations, life safety and security, emerging facility management technologies, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED), in-building wireless technology, and designing intelligence into buildings.
A live demonstration of Open Building Information Xchange (oBIX), a standard using XML and Web Services to facilitate the exchange of information between intelligent buildings components, will also take place.
Further information is available at www.caba.org.