Intelligent Building Group (IBG)
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1992, as European Intelligent Building Group (EIBG).
Communicate and deliver the benefits of intelligent buildings to all stakeholders, whether they be involved in the development, design, construction, use or safety.Available with paid subscription only.
Operates as an independent, open network for research, learning, collaboration and action; assists members in learning about new and better methods of building that are more efficient in terms of how they are built, what they are built of, energy consumption both in their building materials and in their operating costs and how they are managed; creates direct channels between market decision makers, consultants, researchers, intelligent building suppliers and those involved in the supply chain and through these channels, produces and disseminates independent authoritative information on the market for intelligent buildings both nationally and internationally; links end user experiences and demands to products and services available from suppliers; develops and funds research and education projects. Organizes: Members' Meetings (monthly); seminars; conferences; site visits; missions.
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Members in 19 countries
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