Redefining the role of buildings in creating and maintaining a smarter city
We spend 80-90% of lives inside buildings, they are the fundamental building blocks of smart cities - a vision shared by cities all over the Middle East, with terms such as Dubaisation and Dohasation being adopted. The idea is to develop an ecosystem that is energy efficient and contains centralized facility information and streamlined operations within its buildings.
With technological innovation and interconnected ecosystems in cities increasingly coming to the forefront, strategies must be developed with an eye on understanding newer concepts of innovation and collaboration, transformative and reactive governance models, and our crucial role in shaping the direction of our surroundings.
Smart Buildings Middle East, taking place the 6-7 December in Doha, Qatar, will gather leading developers, consultants and contractors dedicated to develop smart buildings to address their challenges in achieving sustainable, connected and integrated buildings that ultimately lead to reduced costs, increased happiness and create a more dynamic and interactive spaces.
Head of Sustainability
President & CEO
Continental Automated Buildings Association
Sustainability Specialist (Katara Project)
KEO International Company, Qatar
Head of CB, Development, Research and Training
Ministry of Urban Planning, Qatar
Enterprise Solutions Architect
CommScope, Middle East & Africa
Senior BIM Manager
Arab Engineering Bureau
Head of Architecture Division PMC - Health Facility Project Management & Co
Hamad Medical Corporation
Qatar Environment and Energy Research Institute
Urban & Environmental Planning Expert, Deputy Team Leader – QNMP Group
Ministry of Municipality & Environment
Learn what smart buildings should look like and how they should behave so that your future projects can compliment the dynamic ecosystem appearing around us
Work through the challenges of building green and sustainable buildings to reach GSAS requirements
Gain insight into Qatar’s smart building initiative and what first steps are being taken to shape a smart urban environment
Identify the crucial role of innovation and collaboration in achieving the regional governance model
Who should attend?
- Building Automation/Controls
- Principal Architects
- Urban Planners
From the following industries: