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19th-20th September 2018
London, The Grange City Hotel
Tickets are still available. The registration for this event will close on 14th September at noon CET.
This event will see Ragnar Wighus say farewell. Due to his retirement the long-standing IWMA President will step down from that position. A new IWMA president will be elected during a member meeting which will take place prior to the conference and will be inaugurated on day one of IWMC.
One main focus of the event will be the protection of high-rise buildings. One keynote speech and one full session will be dedicated to that pressing subject.
Another subject: The safety of city underground structures due to the use of new energy carriers. Title of the presentation: “Water Mist and NECs – the SUVEREN Research Project”.
Further topics will be: “How the fire industry can influence the future of IoT.” One further presentation will be all about actual fire incidents that were treated with water mist.
As you can see: A conference programme packed with highlights awaits the delegates. So make sure you get your ticket for THE water mist event of the year today.
In 2017, The Emergency Services Show featured over 450 exhibiting companies and attracted a total of 7,599 visitors, making it the biggest event in its 11-year history.
The impressive indoor and outdoor exhibition is a one-stop shop for sourcing all the latest services and equipment required for emergency response and keeping the public safe from threats such as floods, road traffic accidents and terrorist attacks.
Exhibiting companies include leading names in search and rescue, extrication, communications, IT, protective clothing and uniforms, vehicles and fleet, vehicle equipment, outsourcing, training, community safety, and water rescue.
The event presents the ideal opportunity to meet, network and collaborate with colleagues within the emergency services, government departments, voluntary sector partners and NGOs. Free seminars and training sessions are also on offer.
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Lux Live 2018
LuxLive features eight inspiring FREE conference tracks and over 100 expert speakers, covering crucial topics including emergency lighting, safer cities, lighting for transport and infrastructure, workplace and wellbeing lighting and much more.
Ian Watts, Emergency Lighting Manager at Hochiki, will represent the FIA at the event and will present latest developments in Emergency Lighting.