Total Facilities is the biggest exhibition in Australia dedicated completely to facilities management.
The facilities management services market is valued at AU$9.6bil and is forecast to grow steadily over the next five years with revenue predicted to reach AU$11.4bil by 2021-22. New technology is enabling a more agile workforce, placing new pressures on buildings and facility managers. But as investment in the sector increases so too do the products and solutions on offer. Total Facilities brings together leading FM Service and providers, manufacturers and consultants to help you get the most out of your building, offering the latest solutions in:
Discover how you can drive service delivery in your facility
Arguably offering the best value in the industry, the free-to-attend Speaker Series presents tried and tested strategies from expert panellists to inform the facility and workplace agenda. Choose between two dedicated seminar theatres in 2018, offering over 15 hours of unrivalled learning and the latest in workplace and facilities thinking.
Agile working and ABW - Don't forget the people!
Wed 18 April, 11am | KONE Smart Building Theatre
Australia has one of the highest rates of adoption of ‘co-working’ and agile-based practices in the work environment. There is now a groundswell of opinion and thinking that is addressing the human factors that are seen as critical to the success or otherwise of these amazing workplace initiatives. This session seeks to examine this groundswell in detail and will ask a panel of leading experts in agile practices, co-working, workplace design, human innovation and creativity to discuss the growing emphasis on, and impacts from, the human side of things upon future work and future workplaces, what these will look like and corresponding requirements to succeed.
Honeywell's intelligent evolution of the Sydney Opera House
Wed 18 April, 1:30pm | KONE Smart Building Theatre
In the era of digital transformation, facilities face a continual challenge, how to intelligently evolve, adopting technologies today that will enable their facility for tomorrow. And when you operate a UNESCO World Heritage-listed building, accommodating 8.2 million visitors per year while upgrading an end-of-life 20+ year old building controls system, the journey of intelligent evolution becomes more involved. Attend this session to journey inside the iconic Sydney Opera House for insight into a modernisation program that involved co-innovation, collaboration and future-forward technologies.
Challenging Innovation vs The Innovation Challenge
Thurs 19 April, 12:45pm | KONE Smart Building Theatre
Innovation has become a much popular term in service delivery tenders, with demand and supply sides guilty of not fully appreciating what the term means and not giving it the attention that it demands. As a result, responses to requirements for innovation tend to be very mediocre at best. This discussion will include topics such as: what the term 'innovation' really means; if there is a process approach to innovation, what is it; how can we measure innovation; and how can we rise to the challenge of giving innovation a rightful place in an industry demanding true ‘innovation’.