Feb. 25, 2019

Preview: Intersec Forum 2019

Connected Security Technology in Tomorrow’s Buildings

  • Panel Discussion f.l.t.r. Günther Mertz (BTGA), Michael Wolf (GA-tec), Tobias Dittmer (BTGA)Panel Discussion f.l.t.r. Günther Mertz (BTGA), Michael Wolf (GA-tec), Tobias Dittmer (BTGA)

Update your specialist knowledge at the interface of connected security technology with modern building automation and technical building services equipment.

The Intersec Forum 2019 offers expert knowledge and networking on two conference days parallel to the ISH, one of the leading trade fairs for HVAC + Water in Frankfurt am Main. Register now for the fourth Intersec Forum on 12 and 13 March (Tuesday and Wednesday) 2019 in Hall 10.3 of ISH. Take advantage of the compact offer of a high-ranking conference, professional networking and direct industry proximity to the suppliers of modern building automation.
Digitisation in modern building planning is progressing – and with it the implementation of data protection regulations, new technologies, norms and standards. Find out what they entail for planning, installation and maintenance and what new business models will result from them.
Take advantage of around 30 expert speeches during two intense conference slots on Tuesday and Wednesday. Participating in the conference will be included in your ticket for the ISH trade fair. “The Intersec Forum is closely linked with the challenges of planners and installers for building-services and security systems. Thus, the Intersec Forum as annual conference for connected security technology complements ISH perfectly. ISH offers conference participants a first-class overview of the sector while Intersec Forum gives ISH visitors an excellent opportunity to update their specialist knowledge”, says Wolfgang Marzin, President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Messe Frankfurt.


Messe Frankfurt Exhibition GmbH
Ludwig-Erhard-Anlage 1
60327 Frankfurt
Phone: +49 69 7575 0
Telefax: +49 69 7575 6607

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