Registrations now open for Total Facilities 2018
Future tech, next-generation BIoT and AI, emerging digital trends, automated efficiencies, the latest energy-saving initiatives in the built environment and state-of-the-art ergonomics will be on show at Total Facilities 2018, to be held from 18–19 April at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre.
Featuring an impressive line-up of speakers, partners and exhibitors, the event will bring together professionals and innovative businesses over two days, with a focus on exploring strategies to optimise facility and workplace performance and improve the places in which we work and live.
Renowned experts, academics and thought leaders will share practical insight into the industry’s top challenges and opportunities. Attendees can also expect to see exciting innovations and product launches that will help facilities managers save and better manage time, money and resources.
More than 150 brands, including Dyson, Schindler Lifts Australia, ASSA ABLOY Entrance Systems and CMS Electracom, will unveil the latest facilities management products and services on the exhibition floor. Highlights include: Metra’s new mobile app for remote and mobile management of electronic lockers; Method Recycling’s line of certified compostable bin liners; and Hochiki’s FIREscape — an extra-low-voltage intelligent LED emergency lighting system.
Hygiene company Initial is meanwhile sponsoring the annual Best Bathroom Facility competition, which will be searching the nation for the finest facility in design, innovation and technology.
What: Total Facilities 2018
When: 18–19 April 2018
Where: Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre
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