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The BACnet joint stand at ISH 2019 will address planners, integrators and users with strong arguments. (Photo ISH 2017: BIG-EU)


Market Leader BACnet at ISH 2019

Joint stand targets planners, integrators and users

Dortmund, January 17th, 2019. – BACnet Interest Group Europe (BIG-EU) will be presenting the most successful standard in building automation, with a global market share of 64%, at the ISH 2019 in Frankfurt am Main from 11th to 15th of March. The A61 joint stand is to be located in a prime location at the entrance to Hall 10.3.


Under the slogan "BACnet® – Most Successful Standard in Building Automation" European suppliers will present new solutions for interoperable building systems. The companies to be represented include ABB, ALRE-IT Regeltechnik, Bihl + Wiedemann, Danfoss, J2 Innovations, Johnson Controls, Oppermann Regelgeräte, SAUTER, SE-Elektronic, Tridium, TÜV SÜD and numerous logo exhibitors. The joint stand will provide planners, integrators and users such as the airports, the Deutsche Bundesbank, the Austrian Armed Forces and public administrators with the ideal location to exchange technical information.

The investors and constructors of multi-purpose urban buildings and indoor mobility will be invited to other special events at ISH in Frankfurt. In view of the upcoming "BACnet Indoor Mobility Conference" from 26–27 September 2019 – also in Frankfurt – they will be informed about the new possibilities of BACnet.


According to the latest BSRIA study, the BACnet communication standard has reached a global market coverage of 64%. Analysts expect further growth in the next five years. BACnet offers the platform to become the leading IoT standard with the possibility of combining all applications into one network. With indoor mobility, elevators and escalators, it opens up new application areas and offers the implementation of communication in cloud systems.


With around 200,000 visitors and over 2,400 exhibitors, the ISH in Frankfurt is the international meeting place for the building automation industry. 40% of visitors and 64% of exhibitors come from abroad.