The word ‘smart’ is often used as an accessible way of talking about the Internet of Things, but this can cause confusion, so let’s clear that up…
Regular visitors to vanti.co.uk may have noticed that we’ve had a bit of a refresh! This is a bit more than a simple facelift though, as there’s a lot that’s been going on behind the scenes that we’re now ready to share with you…
If you follow Vanti on Twitter, you may have noticed a fair few tweets with #DIDFest2019 infiltrating your timeline in recent weeks. Perhaps you’ve been curious enough to click on one of these and find out a bit more about this unfamiliar hashtag, but if not: DIDFest is a brand new event dedicated to promoting diversity in digital, and the inaugural event is all about women in tech.
As we collect our thoughts from a very productive week at MIPIM 2019, we wanted to share our reflections and appreciation for those who enabled our presence at one of the biggest events in the real estate calendar.
We’re always looking for opportunities to talk to people about how intelligent integration of technology can have a huge impact on new and existing buildings, so when the Department for International Trade invited us to join the UK Government Pavilion at this year’s MIPIM, we were delighted to accept.
If you’re attending this year’s Facilities Show, which kicks off tomorrow at ExCeL London, you can see some of our work in action by popping along to visit our partners Euroworkspace on stand Q450.
Monday night saw an excited contingent from Team Vanti take their seats at the InAVation Awards at Amsterdam’s Gashouder to find out if we were to return to Birmingham in a blaze of glory or empty handed.
The project category finalists for the 2018 InAVation Awards were announced today, and we’re very pleased to announce that Vanti have been shortlisted in the Education Facility category for our work on Birmingham City University’s Royal Birmingham Conservatoire.