Roomvent 2024

Healthy Air Together

April 22April 24
Mässvägen 1 , 12580 Stockholm

Systemair is a proud main sponsor of Roomvent 2024!

Discover the future of indoor air quality (IAQ) at Roomvent 2024. The international conference will take place in Stockholm, Sweden, from April 22-24, 2024.

As one of the main sponsors, Systemair is excited to bring industry-leading expertise under the theme "Healthy Air Together".

Here is what you can expect:

No one can expect extraordinary air quality from ordinary ventilation systems

Keynote Speech

April 23, 13:20 to 13:50

Dr. Iyad Al-Attar's keynote focuses on addressing indoor air quality challenges through innovative ventilation systems. He advocates for transformative measures to fortify buildings against pandemics, aiming to create resilient environments with a healthy indoor climate.

IAQ by design, not demand

Panel Discussion

April 23, 14:00 to 14:40

Our panel, led by Morten Schmelzer, Head of Group Public Affairs at Systemair, will explore Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) governance, monitoring, inclusivity, and sensitivity.

Going beyond academic discussions, they will emphasise practicality and a global perspective, outlining actionable steps to raise IAQ awareness and secure its rightful legal recognition worldwide.

Systemair wants to bring IAQ to the forefront in a practical and actionable manner

Join us as we move beyond theory to address real-world solutions, focusing on legal and built environment perspectives.

Practical dimension of IAQ

Explore tangible solutions to enhance the overall recognition and enforcement of IAQ standards, moving beyond academic contexts.

Application areas - healthcare and education

Delve into the impact of IAQ on critical sectors such as healthcare and education, understanding the specific challenges and solutions.

Global IAQ perspective

Engage with stakeholders from across the globe as we take a comprehensive look at IAQ issues, while emphasising European perspectives and models.

No one can expect extraordinary air quality from ordinary ventilation systems.

Keynote Speech

As a result of the recent pandemic, the spotlight has intensified on IAQ, particularly within educational and healthcare settings. There’s a notable shift towards prioritising enhanced ventilation rates and filtration efficiencies, guided by human-centric principles and energy efficiency considerations.

Today, the paradigm shift lies in proactively embedding air quality considerations into the design rather than reactively responding to demand. This strategic integration, coupled with adaptive ventilation systems capable of dynamically adjusting to IAQ variations marks a significant advancement.

Consequently, augmenting air quality governance within legislative frameworks holds immense potential to reshape perceptions and approaches to building design.

Join us on April 23 from 13:20 to 13:50 for a captivating keynote speech by Dr. Iyad Al Attar.

In his keynote, Dr. Iyad Al-Attar will delve into the pressing challenges surrounding IAQ and advocate for transformative measures, leveraging innovative ventilation systems to fortify buildings against future pandemics, thereby creating resilient built environments with a healthy indoor climate.

Al-Attar, a mechanical engineer and air quality consultant at Cranfield University, is a prominent advocate for global government involvement in air quality monitoring.

IAQ by design, not demand: Cultivating healthy indoor air as a cornerstone of the built environment

Panel Discussion

After embarking on a ‘Back to Basic Principles’ journey, our panel will discuss IAQ governance, monitoring, inclusivity, and sensitivity. Considering practicality and a global outlook, the panel will go beyond a mere academic discourse, focusing on actionable steps to elevate IAQ to the level of worldwide awareness and legal recognition it rightfully deserves.

Chaired by Morten Schmelzer, who leads Group Public Affairs at Systemair, our panel comprises diverse experts across the HVAC value chain:

  • Dr. Iyad Al-Attar: Visiting Fellow, Cranfield University (Academic and global IAQ practitioner and advocate)

  • Mark McMullan: Chartered Senior Mechanical Engineer, Arup (a globally leading building design and engineering company)

  • Stijn Renneboog: Deputy Secretary General, Eurovent (Europe’s primary HVACR sector association and related certification body)

  • Martin Dahlgren: VP Products & Technologies, Systemair Group (a leading global supplier of high-quality ventilation, filtration, heating, and cooling products and systems)

  • Mazen Jamal: Air Concept Advisory Member, International WELL Building Institute (governing body dedicated to enhancing health and well-being across buildings, organisations, and communities)

    Together, we will explore how we can collaboratively shape a future where healthy indoor air is not a mere demand but an inherent aspect of our built environment.

Visit the Systemair booth at Nordbygg

  • 23 to 26 April 2024

  • Stockholmsmässan, Mässvägen 1, Stockholm

  • Booth A16:20, Hall A

Explore, engage and discover an all-new Systemair booth experience.

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Join us at Roomvent 2024 and join the "Healthy Air Together." movement! Systemair is committed to advancing IAQ, and we invite you to engage with us in this crucial conversation.

Mark your calendars for April 22-24, 2024, as we shape the future of indoor air quality. We look forward to seeing you there!