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Buildings under ControlTM Symposium 2009
Competence meeting in Vienna (Austria). 8 - 10 September, 2009

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28 June 2009

Loytec is a leading supplier of network analysis tools, network infrastructure products, gateways and remote-management solutions for building and real estate management. This September, the Austrian company is hosting the 2nd international Buildings under ControlTM Symposium.

On September 8th-10th, Loytec is holding the 2nd Buildings under ControlTM Symposium 2009 together with its partners Newron System (France), and Cimetrics (USA) in Vienna, Austria. The conference will focus on IP-based solutions incorporating communication technologies such as ISO/EN14908 (LON), BACnet (ISO16484-5), WEB Services, OPC, DALI, Modbus, M-Bus and other open communication standards. Also up for discussion will be core technologies, user interfaces, integration platfoms and network infrastructure products. The Buildings under ControlTM Symposium 2009 is aimed at system integrators, specifiers, developers, sales/marketing staff and consultant engineers worldwide.

For more information on the event and on how to register, please write to dublin@advantageaustria.org.

Established in 1997, Loytec is a multiple award winning company specialised in building automation. With 35 employees, the company recorded a turnover of €7.5m for 2008/9. It has a strong export focus and from its Vienna headquarters supplies its products and services to 70 countries worldwide. Amongst their existing clients are global giants such as Siemens, Johnston Control, Sauter and Honeywell as well as Safeguard Systems Ireland, Cyclon Controls and Sirus Engineering Systems.


According to managing director Hans-Jörg Schweinzer, Loytec’s components are sought after because they are designed to work in a range of IT-environments. Apart from network infrastructure the company also provides solutions that monitor the energy consumption of buildings, thereby recognising where efficiency could be increased.

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