BEX Asia 2018 Hopes to Empower a Digital-First Future for the Construction Industry

Southeast Asia’s leading trade exhibition for the green building market, Build Eco Xpo (BEX) Asia, is back this September at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore to advance the vision of a digital-first future. In partnership with Mostra Convegno Expocomfort (MCE) Asia, both organization will gather together more than 12,000 professionals, thought leaders and policy makers from across the building industry to discusss the emerging trends in Smart Buildings and Automation. The exhibition will showcase the latest innovations from energy management systems, automatic controls, IoT solutions, smart grids, and leading-edge security systems.

Now on its 11th leg, BEX Asia continues to break new ground in the green building development space. Visitors should look forward to some of Asia Pacific’s most influential people in the building and construction industry share knowledge and inspire the development of eco-friendly and sustainable infrastructures.

Returning brands and new companies at BEX Asia 2018 include AGC, Agsitech, Big Ass Fans, Dalian Allied Nanotech, Merawood, Millenium 3 Building Products, NAKA Coporation, Shandong Weihua Glass, The Floor Gallery, and Delta Technology.

“The path to sustainable development is a multi-concerted effort that requires industry players to come together to develop complete solutions interfacing major disciplines that will truly impact society. Technology will amplify the efforts of all players, big and small, and make it easier for anyone to take part in the sustainability movement. The Smart Buildings and Automation showcase is the ideal platform for the cross-pollination of ideas needed to drive the conversation. We are looking forward to demonstrating our secure and convenient access solutions and interacting with other industry leaders,” said Glutz General Manager Peter Latscha.

In all, more than 450 companies from across the globe will exhibit their innovations. BEX and MCE Asia will also devote pavilions for cutting-edge innovations from China, Germany, Italy, Japan and Taiwan.

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