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Glasstech Asia 2018 gearing up for November

Scheduled events include ASEAN Glass Associations Summit, ASEAN Architectural Glass Conference and The Green Building Seminar

Glasstech Asia 2018 is shaping up to be a major event in the glass industry. Taking place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from November 14 to 16 at Malaysia International Trade & Exhibition Centre (MITEC), the event is project to span 10,000 square metres hosting 5,000 trade professional and 200 exhibitors from 15 countries.

Along with these many business opportunities, the schedule includes several conferences:

ASEAN Glass Associations Summit 2018, November 14 1:00PM – 3:45PM

Free admission by registering for Glasstech Asia 2018 here.

The summit will be a gathering of prominent glass associations from around the region consisting of paper presentations and a panel discussion with panellists representing the glass associations from around the region. Featuring speakers from Frost & Sullivan and Glaston, the conference offers the chance to gain exclusive insights on the glass industry.

ASEAN Architectural Glass Conference 2018, November 15 09:00AM – 05:00PM

Registration fees:

PAM Member: 150 MYR (approximately 32 EUR)

PAM Student: 50 MYR (approximately 11 EUR)

Others: 180 MYR (approximately 38 EUR)

The AAGC 2018, jointly organised by Singapore Glass Association (SGA) and CEMS, is hosted by the Malaysian Institute of Architects or Pertubuhan Akitek Malaysia (PAM) and features a line-up of speakers from CIAP Architects, Synergraphic Design, Veritas Architects and many more. AAGC is the only dedicated conference catering specifically to the architectural glass industry in Glasstech Asia 2018.

To register for the conference, click here.

The Green Building Seminar November: “Towards Sustainable Facades” 16 08:30AM – 12:00PM

Registration fees:

MGBC Members: 150 MYR (approximately 32 EUR)

Affiliated Members: 180 MYR (approximately 38 EUR)

Public 200 MYR (approximately 43 EUR)

The seminar is worth 2 GBI points

Most of the time, façades are associated with the aesthetics of a building without much consideration of sustainable aspects.  A well-designed façade system can actually boost overall building performance.

In response to the challenges of global climatic change, smart building façades are gaining popularity in the form of automated façade systems which reduce energy consumption, improving the indoor comfort level and maintaining indoor environmental quality. These smart façades are a dynamic and flexible system acclimated to outdoor environments or weather change. They also take care of the occupants’ needs while balancing the thermal impact with respect to climatic conditions throughout the year.

In short, smart façades couple the right materials with the right construction method and can act as essential barriers between comfortable indoor environments and uncontrolled outdoor conditions, thereby creating high performance build environments.

To learn more and register for the seminar, visit http://www.mgbc.org.my/malaysiagbc-glasstech-asia-2018-seminar-on-towards-sustainable-facade/

To learn more about Glasstech Asia 2018 visit http://www.glasstechasia.com.sg/

Or to register as a visitor click here.

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