Naples, FL, April 05, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Smart homes and other connected products won't just be aimed at home life. They'll also have a major impact on business. And just like any company that blissfully ignored the Internet at the turn of the century, the ones that dismiss the Internet of Things risk getting left behind.
This being said, Gulf Learning aims to further propagate the usage of the available as well as upcoming technology in the Middle East through The Smart MEP Summit scheduled to be held on 2nd and 3rd May 2017, in Doha, State of Qatar. This summit brings into focus how the internet is changing the way in which buildings are constructed. With Internet of Things (IoT) being the front runner in helping the construction sector save time and costs, this summit aims to help those involved at every stage of construction understand how the internet can help solve problems having different levels of complexity.
Through Cloud Computing, Data Analytics, and the emerging field of Big data, builders and developers alike can benefit in terms of understanding the efficiency of their workforce as well as the effectiveness of their plan of action. With day to day activities analysed in minutes the organisation can plan its inventory to shift from the conventional methods of warehouse storage to Just in Time method thereby saving space as well as cost.
Building information modelling (BIM) is another area where a lot needs to be developed. By connecting architects with builders and municipalities, these software’s save time on getting approvals for modified plans from the concerned bodies as well as help architects and contractors understand how effectively to go about construction of complex structures. The FIFA World Cup stadiums being constructed in Qatar are utilizing these softwares to minimize the time required in planning as well as managing resources and manpower.
Equipment is becoming more digitized and more connected, establishing networks between machines, humans, and the Internet, leading to the creation of new ecosystems that enable higher productivity, better energy efficiency, and higher profitability. While we are still in the nascent stages of adoption, IoT opportunity for Industrials could amount to $2 trillion by 2020. The IoT has the potential to impact everything from new product opportunities, to shop floor optimization, to worker efficiency gains that will power top-line and bottom-line gains.
Thus The Smart MEP Summit aims to uncover how technology can simplify the construction of even the most complex of structures from the outer framework to the wires and pipes that form the heart of any construction. Hear from experts including representatives from Marafeq, Asghal, Qatar Rail, Gord, KEO International Consultants and many more at the Intercontinental Doha, Doha, State of Qatar.
About Gulf Learning FZE:
Gulf Learning is one of the leading providers of business intelligence through industry specific conferences, webinars and skills enhancement training courses. In delivering the most comprehensive business summits by leveraging its network of industry influencers, Gulf Learning organizes various conferences in the field of Utilities & Energy, HSE, Finance, Infrastructure, Human Resources, Telecom, IT, Security & Defence and Transportation.