Seminars for the civil engineers

The Trade Show ELECTRICITY is combined with several conferences forwarded to over 2000 specialists - electrical  engineers,  developers,  investors,  construction managers,  building  inspectors, architects, as well as to the local government, housing cooperatives representatives and hotel managers  responsible for coordinating the construction of the new built industrial, apartment and office buildings all over Poland. Many years' cooperation with such branch organizations and associations as Polish Chamber of Architects, Polish Chamber of Civil Engineers, Association of Polish Electrical Engineers, Polish Hotels Association, Polish Communes Foundation and the Developers Association mobilizes us to ensure the highest professionalism and guarantees to reach over 40 000 professionals with the Trade Show's offer.

It is an unique platform of B2B contacts among business visitors, gathering around industry and power energy investments and modernization. Seminars and workshops are forwarded to more than 2,000 representatives of Polish electrical and power energy community, investors, policy markers and key stakeholders, organized together with the most prestigious Polish electrical, power, building, construction and civil organizations. 

Seminars topics include:

  • Electrical installations in buildings and industrial plants
  • Telecommunication installations and structured cabling
  • Modern electric systems
  • Installation control systems EIB / KNX in residential and office buildings
  • Lightning and surge protection
  • Modern wiring systems for office and residential buildings 
  • Security and power cords selection
  • Selection of wires and cables in office buildings with regard to power quality
  • Cable joints in low and medium voltage power networks
  • Application and rules of cable selection by construction features
  • Cables and wires in buildings with increased fire protection requirements
  • Modular switchgear systems
  • Alarm and Security systems
  • Energy saving systems
  • Reactive power compensation
  • Municipial electricity grids
  • Overhead lines of low, medium and high voltage
  • Special transformers for use in modern power systems
  • Installation design
  • Construction and power energy regulations
  • Power energy quality measurement
  • Measurements of electrical installations