Innovations in Comfort, Efficiency, and Safety Solutions.
Integrating Lighting Control Manufacturers have released lighting control systems to allow control down to individual zones and even fixtures. These systems are BACnet and Niagara Framework “ready”. - Gerry Cellucci, Yorkland Controls
Building on BACnetŠ Connecting BAS Devices to an IP Infrastructure - George Thomas, President, Contemporary Controls
EnergyConnect Acquisition by Johnson Controls We need to give customers forward-looking and real-time awareness of load management opportunities, provide quick and easy “what if” analyses, and most importantly, present the information in the customer’s context, making sure that our strategies are calibrated to customers’ needs and baselines. - Kevin R. Evans, President and CEO, EnergyConnect
Connectivity Week 2011 Turning Data Into Actionable Information Through Analytics - John Petze, SkyFoundry
The Greening of HVAC Controls Reducing electricity and natural gas usage immediately improves a company’s bottom line, and it also helps reduce its carbon footprint through the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions (GHG). Steve Dushane, President & CEO, Venstar Inc.
Daylight Harvesting Daylight harvesting is when the lights are dimmed or switched in response to sensed ambient light levels. - Gary Meshberg, Director of Sales, Encelium Technologies
Benefits of Addressable Lighting for Schools and Universities For energy savings in a classroom, the row of fixtures closest to the window can be dimmed in response to daylight and all fixtures can be switched or dimmed for nighttime cleaning. Rick Schuett, Vice President of Global Sales, Encelium Technologies
Interviews from March 2011
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