MILAN, Italy, 18 December 2019: MOSTRA CONVEGNO EXPOCMFORT 2020 (MCE) has revised the entire exhibition hall layout to build a path that allows visitors to learn about the new possibilities offered by technological progress, discover them, deepen them, and deal with entrepreneurs, consultants and developers acquiring useful information and contacts to govern the development process and increase their competitiveness, the organisers of the show revealed through a Press release.
The show will feature an exhibition floorplan that is able to bring the HVAC&R technologies closer together to make the best of the concept of indoor climate, which will feature the whole components sector in Hall 2/4; sanitary technology, water treatment, equipment and tools in Hall 14/18; the world of heating and plant design services in Halls 1/3, 5/7, and furthermore, BIE- BIOMASS INNOVATION EXPO, co-located with MCE, in Hall 10. The EXPO, the organisers said, will shine a spotlight on the renewable energy sector, with a particular focus on BIM.
Lastly, the organisers said, HVAC&R systems will take up not only Halls 13/15 and 22/24 but also 9/11, where the best in tech innovation will be on display, and which would merge perfectly with ‘That’s Smart’, an exhibition and workshop space, joining the link between the heat and power environment.
According to the release, the world of HVACR is changing faster than ever. Integration and technology development, the release said, are the two drivers that cannot be underestimated; efficiency, integrated buildings, smart homes and domotics are the main areas of interest that are now decisively influencing the sector.
The connection of multiple home devices over the internet, thanks to The Internet of Things, is inexorably becoming a reality that affects the entire supply chain, from manufacturers to end-users, a development that in Italy in 2018 generated a turnover of five billion euros, registering a 35% increase compared to the previous year, and a growth that, for now, is set to remain at that level, the organisers of the show said, adding that moreover, the greatest added value for all trade professionals lies in the wide range of services they increasingly offer.