Amsterdam, The Netherlands (15 January 2013) – Jon Melchin, FSR Inc.’s Director of Architectural Development, is among the expert speakers participating in the inaugural Smart Building Conference @ ISE 2013 to take place on Monday, 28 January at the RAI in Amsterdam.
The Conference will bring together industry leaders from around the globe to discuss the different AV specialist technologies and products available to design and build smarter, greener and more efficient buildings. Its curriculum was specifically developed to attract architects, design consultants, developers, electrical contractors and other key stakeholders in the construction sector including integrators, distributors and manufacturers.
Melchin’s presentation – Building Information Modeling: What it Means for the AV Industry - will explore Building Information Modeling (BIM) – a 3D design, modeling and simulation technology that has changed the way architecture is practiced. It will delve into the benefits that BIM offers as a shared knowledge resource including its ability to draw all parties into the initial discussion and design processes.
Melchin is an accomplished speaker and a Passport Provider with the American Institute of Architects Continuing Education System (AIA-CES) who conducts presentations that result in audience accreditation. His position as Director of Architectural Business Development with FSR underscores his solid relationship with the architectural and design community making his contributions to the Conference especially valuable. Melchin has authored numerous articles that have been published in international trade publications targeting the construction and audiovisual industries.
FSR Inc., manufacturer of audio and video switching, control products, and connectivity boxes, is exhibiting a compliment of products developed specifically for the European market at ISE in Stand #7-T175.
Approximately 41,000 people from over 130 countries attend ISE, Europe’s largest tradeshow for the professional AV and electronic systems industry. Exhibits are open from January 29-31 in Amsterdam’s RAI.