Engineering 101

Sustainability for Smart Devices and Buildings

In Europe, the increasing energy prices and goals to reduce the CO2 footprint of buildings to become climate neutral until 2045 requires a dramatic change within the housing industry – more electrification, more networking, and more automation!

Approximately 80% of the buildings in Europe are older than 25 years, and the lack of automation and digitalization in these buildings require a high degree of modernization of technology in any kind of application.

OEMs of devices for building automation will face an increasing demand for smart devices to fulfill the technical requirements for the efficient operation of building technology.

However, the increasing lack of experts will make it necessary to design smart devices which are supporting installers in the best way with optimal connection technology for data, signal, and power, as well as with excellent electronic housings usable for field and control cabinet applications.

Therefore, Phoenix Contact provides a broad portfolio of device connectivity and electronic housings to empower OEMs to successfully build the best results in their engineered solutions for smart buildings.

Join us for this live event, where you’ll have an opportunity to ask the experts questions on this very important topic.What You’ll Learn:
• Changes that need to be made to the building sector
• How to reduce CO2 emissions
• Why Single Pair Ethernet is interesting for building technology
• How electronics housing and connection technology can coordinate with each other
• Benefits of proper connection technology and electronics housing

Panelists:
• Verena Neuhaus, Manager Product Marketing Data Connectors, V6 connectors, Phoenix Contact
• Michael Radau, Application Manager – Building IoT-Devices, Phoenix Contact
• Maurice Ansorge, Product Marketing PCB Terminal Blocks, Phoenix Contact
• Hermann Langlitz, Product Manager Electronics Housings, BC, Displays, Keypads, Phoenix Contact

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