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[News from HKGBC Patron Member] United Technologies Seminar: Engineering Upgrade for Large Buildings (10 July 2018)

04 Jun 2018

Date: 10 July 2018 (Tuesday)
Time: 09:00 - 14:00 (Seminar and Lunch)
(Registration starts at 08:45, Lunch starts at 12:00)
Venue: Silverbox Ballroom, 1/F, Hotel Icon, 17 Science Museum Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Registration Fee: Free

 

(Limited seats, registrations will be made on a first-come, first-served basis)

Managing engineering systems such as air-conditioning, elevators & escalators, security, fire safety and building automation of a large building can be challenging, especially as the building and engineering systems age.

Good maintenance practices ensure that the systems are operating at the original design intention. Adoption of new technologies and innovative solutions can further enhance the operating efficiency as well as the building effectiveness. Building operators and owners often wonder if there are more and better ways to make their building greener, smarter and safer.

At United Technologies, being the global leader in building systems that owns renowned original equipment manufacturers such as Carrier, Chubb, Otis, Kidde, Lenel, Onity and Automated Logic, we work with our customers to improve the operating efficiency and building effectiveness day after day, worldwide.

Hear from building system and facility management experts about technologies, innovative solutions, new regulations and best practices of building engineering upgrade.

If you are large building operators or owners, register with us to benefit from this event.

   Event Highlights

Program Introduction
Oon Wee Chin, President, UTC Climate, Controls & Security Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan & Guam


Building up the Capacity of the Industry on Retro-Commissioning  
Ir Cary Chan, JP, Executive Director, Hong Kong Green Building Council

Green-based HVAC Maintenance And Health Check
How can we improve efficiency and prolong vitality of air-conditioning system in our buildings?
Michael Leung, Technical Director, Carrier Hong Kong Limited

Internet of Things in Buildings
Make your building smarter by big data
Gary Chuk, Director, Building Controls & Integrated Solutions, UTC Climate, Controls & Security North Asia


Elevator Modernization
The importance for upgrading. What are the solutions to enhance energy efficiency and performance?
Stephen Wong, Manager, Service Sales, Otis Elevator Company (Hong Kong) Limited
 

Smart Security Solutions
Is new technology helping us to get more done to secure our buildings and asset?
Gene Ho, Senior Manager, Sales & Marketing, Electronic Security Division, Chubb Hong Kong Limited


Future-proof Your Fire System
How to ensure optimum protection as building needs or codes change over the years?
Assistant General Manager,Edmond Wong, Fire Safety Division, Chubb Hong Kong Limited

   Language

The seminar will be conducted in Cantonese, supplemented with English presentation materials.

Called ‘Engineering Upgrade for Large Buildings’, this long-term initiative aims to share knowledge and
technologies through a series of invitation-only events and communications that helps large building owners
and operators improve existing building engineering systems
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Feel free to share this invitation to other building owners or operators you know who may be interested in this seminar.


For enquiries, please contact (852) 2553 6199 or email: utc@digimarket.com.hk

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United Technologies is a global leader in building and aerospace business.
Our large investments in technology enable us to develop new and improved ways to keep people safe,
comfortable, productive and on the move. By combining a passion for science with precision engineering,
we create the smart, sustainable solutions that move the world forward.


Feel free to share this invitation to other building owners or operators you know who may be interested in this seminar

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