GEZE provided a focused glimpse into the future, as a sponsor at this year’s Hilton EMEA Engineering Conference 2019, held at the Hilton London Metropole.
‘Hello Future’ was the theme of the event which was organised by the Hilton Operations and New Openings team.
It was the perfect platform for GEZE, which is already a Hilton key supplier partner, with its focus on technology, smart buildings and the ‘internet of things’, as well as supporting initiatives for energy management, sustainable solutions and fire and safety measures.
GEZE’s extensive product range incorporates solutions that can be integrated into other technologies for improved building management, natural ventilation and heat and smoke extraction.
In addition to its sponsorship, GEZE also exhibited within the ‘marketplace’, where attendees had the chance speak to GEZE colleagues about their specific hotel requirements and arrange follow up visits.
A specific theme was examined on each of the three days under the tiles: maximise, optimise and energise.
‘Maximise’ focused on creativity, effectiveness and process improvement – finding flexible solutions for regeneration and renewal.
Day two saw attendees ‘Optimise’ the chance to engage on considerations around improving quality of products and services, including the efficiency and effectiveness for ‘on demand’ maintenance and smart buildings.
The final day looked at opportunities to ‘Energise’, with discussions on sustainability, dynamic analytics, real time data, energy, water and waste management, which are key factors to Hilton’s 2030 goals.
GEZE head of global account management, Karen Sum, commented: “This event was an ideal opportunity to further understand the challenges faced by the Hilton Hotels and Resorts teams, their business partners and franchisees.
“It also provided a great forum for suitable discussions to take place on solutions for further efficiency, effectiveness and future building requirements.”
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