What is the Connected Home Conference?
For the past 12 years, Connection Magazines (publisher of Connected Home + Business magazine) has been providing the home automation and systems integration market with targeted information aimed at growing the industry and helping the professionals that work within it.
The Connected Home Conference is our way of helping the industry to keep up to speed with the game changing technologies, and new standards and protocols, that are affecting the way that solutions are defined and rolled out.
In 2016, we are very proud to announce that we have secured two world class presenters from the US as our two keynote speakers; Mitch Klein (Z-Wave Alliance) and Rich Green (Rick Green Ink). We are also very proud to be working with CEDIA to ensure relevance of content as it continues the active re-engagement of the Australian/New Zealand markets.
For the first time, the Connected Home Conference will be run over two mornings alongside the Integrate Expo. We are excited about the opportunity this presents as Integrate is the largest industry event in Australia. This will provide conference attendees the opportunity to attend the conference in the morning before heading into the Expo for the day.
Attendees will be able to choose to come to one session, or both, depending on their interest. Each morning, a light breakfast will be provided so that the day is started on the right foot.
Meet the Connected Home Conference team
For the past 11 years, Connected Home has been a staple of the Australian home automation sector. Starting its life as Connected Home Solutions, the magazine evolved alongside the industry it represents. Emerging technologies, the increasing blurring of the line between residential integrator and commercial integrator, and the burgeoning New Zealand market have all been incorporated into the pages of the magazine.
We have recently undergone a complete rebranding process, changing the name from Connected Home to Connected. And, not to abandon the hard work we have done over the past decade, we will now carry the sub-head Home and Business.
We remain, the only trade journal for the systems integration industry in Australia and New Zealand. This change clearly represents our commitment across the residential and commercial markets, and reinforces our commitment to exploring systems integration at all levels.
We maintain strong industry relationships with both CEDIA and InfoComm and we believe that these are reinforced through the new positioning of the magazine the market.
We are also very proud of our on-going relationship with the leading integration show in Australia – Integrate (www.integrate-expo.com.au)