ARBS 2022 seminar program opens for registration
Registration for the ARBS 2022 seminar program has opened. These seminars accompany the exhibition itself, which is dedicated to the air-conditioning, refrigeration and building services industry and will have hundreds of exhibitors, industry awards and product showcases. The exhibition runs for three days from 16–18 of August at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The seminar program covers three streams and will feature talks from experienced members of the industry. The first stream is the ARBS Seminar Program and covers the entire HVAC, refrigeration and building services industry; experts are offering presentations on a wide range of topics including new developments in the refrigeration industry, how the HVAC sector can and has responded to the COVID-19 pandemic, and how a move towards net zero can be achieved in this sector.
Next, the IBTech Insight Series is dedicated to intelligent building technologies and will look at how smart buildings can be used to increase energy efficiency and help systems communicate with each other. The talks in this stream will cover topics such as how digitisation can improve efficiency, how commercial buildings can be commercialised, and case studies of buildings using smart technologies.
Finally, the ARBS Exhibitor Presentation Theatre is a demonstration and presentation space for exhibitors to showcase new technologies, equipment and tools. Climate control for wine cellars, ammonia gas detection and energy management systems are some of the topics at hand for these presentations.
The ARBS Seminar Program and the IBTech Insight Series run for three days of the exhibition, whereas the ARBS Exhibitor Presentation Theatre will only have its doors open for the first two days of the show and has a maximum capacity of 48 seats. With that in mind, check out the agenda for the three streams, and register your details for the seminars here.
Originally published here.
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