Next March, facility management professionals and sustainability experts are invited to attend Total Facilities in Sydney, which presents a prime opportunity to enhance their knowledge of sustainable technologies and developments in the industry. In particular, the trade show will feature a 'High Performance Buildings Pavilion', showcasing new and bright solutions for optimising efficiency in the areas of energy, waste and water.
Diversified Communications' Exhibition Director, Brett Judd, said Total Facilities offered unparalleled education and professional development opportunities for facility managers concerned with sustainable practices.
"The High Performance Buildings Pavilion will grant visitors access to targeted education sessions as well as a preview of products, tools and technologies that create a more sustainable, renewable and carbon-efficient building," Mr Judd said.
Leading the way in energy efficient technologies for the built environment, Maser Communications is just one of hundreds of exhibitors at Total Facilities 2015. Maser - a provider of technology solutions and services for telecommunications, defence, security and industrial applications - will be displaying its Intelligent LED High Bay Lighting, by Digital Lumens USA, which enables facilities to cut lighting costs by a staggering 90 per cent.
Maser will also showcase its voltage optimisation products, an electrical energy saving technique in which a device is installed to provide an optimum supply voltage for a building to eliminate excessive energy consumption.
Maser General Manager, Matt Young, believes that by implementing energy efficient improvements, facilities not only meet their energy efficiency targets but also enhance their operations.
Total Facilities will open at Sydney Exhibition Centre, Glebe Island from Wednesday March 25 to Thursday March 26, 2015. To register for free entry and find out more, visit www.totalfacilities.com.au.