ARBS 2020 will return to Melbourne


Thursday, 13 June, 2019


ARBS 2020 will return to Melbourne

ARBS 2020, Australia’s international air conditioning, refrigeration and building services trade exhibition, will bring together more than 350 exhibitors and 8000 visitors to discuss major HVAC&R trends such as efficiency and technology.

To be held 19–21 May, it will showcase new products and technologies that are set to shape the future, with a focus on emerging trends including smart IoT solutions, automation and control, refrigerants and energy efficiency.

A new precinct of the exhibition, IBTech@ARBS, will allow attendees to explore cutting-edge intelligent building technologies and solutions. As smart building solutions continue to evolve, they allow property developers and owners to reduce costs, improve energy efficiency and enhance occupant comfort. Recent advancements have meant greater integration and interoperability between key systems, resulting in highly sophisticated building control strategies.

As well as providing attendees with the opportunity to network with industry experts and peers, ARBS 2020 will also hold informative seminars encompassing both the general HVAC&R and IBTech agenda.

During the three-day event, attendees can celebrate industry achievements at the ARBS 2020 Industry Awards ceremony, held on 20 May 2020. Entries for the awards will open on 1 July 2019, and the categories include Young Achiever Award, Product Excellence Award, Software/Digital Excellence Award, Project Excellence Award, Outstanding Service & Maintenance Award and Outstanding Industry Education/Training Award.

Where: Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Building

When: 19–21 May 2020

Website: www.arbs.com.au

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