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ADVERTORIAL TECHNOLOGY IN ACTION Southern Manufacturing & Electronics 2016 S


outhern Manufacturing and Electronics returns to FIVE, Farnborough, from February 9th to 11th


2016. The event retains its popular three day format, making it even easier to plan a trip to one of the leading annual engineering events in the country.


Keeping up to date with the most recent


advances in engineering, industrial products and components isn't any easy task. However, with its awesome selection of companies in a single venue, Southern Manufacturing and Electronics makes that undertaking as time-efficient as it can conceivably be. Three-day opening means attendees have far more versatility in how they time their visits. Within the 18,000m² exhibition space Technology Trails linking suppliers active in particular sectors, assist visitors round the main show areas, making it possible for them to really make the best use of their time during the exhibition. Pre-registered visitors receive a free show guide containing full details of the Trails and the exhibiting companies, making it easy to pre- plan a visit.


Having expanded substantially in recent years,


the show hosts an ever-growing range of international exhibitors, alongside the extremely wide selection of UK engineering specialists. The 800 plus firms taking part represent an extraordinary variety of engineering activities, spanning advanced electronics to precision engineering. The show’s signature balance between major international manufacturers and smaller specialist firms means that visitors can not only see the very latest advances in production hardware


Fulham Green – now greener! Property business Ocubis encourages energy efficiency through accurate monitoring with Socomec’s Vertelis Hyperview and Countis.


buildings to help drive awareness of energy usage amongst tenants and to deliver more accurate sub-billing at its prestigious Fulham Green campus. Located in the heart of west London within private, landscaped grounds, Fulham Green is home to five newly refurbished office buildings.


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Keen to offer the very latest energy management technology, Ocubis worked with market leader, Socomec,


to define the


optimum solution for the Fulham Green campus. Engineered to drive reductions in energy consumption – and


associated costs and carbon emissions - Socomec’s Vertelis software suite has been designed to improve the energy efficiency of buildings, facilities and organisations.


the cloud - provides a summary of savings made following energy performance actions across multi-utility data.


Vertelis Hyperview – which can be hosted locally, centrally or in Cost saving


opportunities can be identified by inputting energy contracts to simulate bills and monitoring subscribed power and the distribution of overruns per tariff period; the contract can be optimised by analysing power demand.


Deployed in conjunction with Socomec’s Countis, these DIN rail


mounting meters are available in a range of different ratings from single phase 32A direct connected to current transformer connected up to 3000A. All ratings are MID B+D approved for sub-billing and have either pulse or Modbus output.


With typical energy reductions of 18%, if you are a landlord


with a multi-tenanted site, contact Alex Metcalfe in order to take control of your energy consumption.


Socomec u 01462 440033 40 WINTER 2015 | ENERGY MANAGEMENT u www.socomec.co.uk


ommercial and residential London property company – Ocubis – is encouraging energy efficiency in multi-tenanted


Energy management made easy


t


-mac is a clever cloud-based BeMS. It ensures a building, office or retail outlet is working on both


an energy efficient and cost-cutting basis. It also goes one step further by managing and maintaining BIG data with ease,


opening up


opportunities to process, store and represent data. t-mac works by metering building consumption, environmental


monitoring conditions inside


and outside of the building and controlling HVAC and lighting. Collecting data from various sources such as


sensors, weather feeds and metering systems, t-mac allows users to analyse the data and implement the most efficient building controls strategy for their site. Whilst also considering environmental and equipment performance and managing energy efficiency via energy management software. t-mac can also operate with alerts and can


inform maintenance teams about equipment performance issues to allow them to resolve any problems quickly.


t-mac Technologies Ltd u 01246 233 632 u www.t-mac.co.uk


/ ENERGYMANAGEMENT


from world-leading firms, but also meet companies that they would be unlikely to run across otherwise. The list includes a significant number involved in advanced manufacturing techniques such as 3D printing, and materials such as high-performance engineering plastics and composites.


The show’s very popular free technical seminar


programme is also another powerful reason to attend. Running in two lecture theatres over all three days of the show, visitors are able to see presentations covering an extensive number of business and technical subjects. The sessions are presented by an extraordinary line-up of expert speakers in their respective disciplines. Topics include Energy Efficiency, Lean, Effective Design, CE Marking and many more. A full list of sessions can be found at www.industrysouth.co.uk


Admission to the event and also the technical


seminars is free, and FIVE Farnborough offers ample free car parking and easy access by road or public transport. To register for tickets, simply visit www.industrysouth.co.uk Show visitors can keep up to date with the latest event and exhibitor news by


visiting the show's official networking site, LinkedIn at


blog,


http://blog.industrysouth.co.uk, by following @industry_co_uk #southmanf on Twitter or by joining the show's official group on the popular business


http://linkedin.industrysouth.co.uk


European Trade & Exhibition Services u 01784 880890 u www.industrysouth.co.uk


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