December 2007 / January 2008
Babel Buster Network Gateways: Big Features. Small Price.
AHR Expo 2008 New York Preview
AHR 2008 News - Interviews - BAS Showcase Listing - AHR Innovation Award Winners
Education Sessions at AHR Expo, New York
Presented by: Ken Sinclair - AutomatedBuildings.com & David Branson Compliance Services Group, Inc. (CSG)
Dave Branson and I are doing our 9th consecutive year of free education sessions at AHR Expo New York. http://www.ahrexpo.com/ As you can see below we are Greener and more Sustainable please join us.
the Big Apple with New Building Automation Ideas
A preview of new technologies and ideas that can be found at this year's Building Automation & Control Showcase. This season will also include an introduction to the Building and Automation winners and runners up of the 2008 Innovation Awards. We'll provide an overview of new trends, concepts and ideas that have emerged since the 2007 AHR Expo, Dallas.
Automation for a Sustainable
Real changes are occurring in our industry - Green Buildings, GridWise, Demand Response, Net Zero Buildings all involve the ability of automation systems to monitor, control and report on non-renewable and renewable resources, place buildings on and off the energy grid, and provide consistent and complex responses to building needs. Come and understand how to make automation part of your sustainable future.
Evolving Energy Priorities on the Building Automation Industry
The push for North American energy sustainability and independence is now being forged in the ASHRAE Energy Standards 90.1. Couple this with the new perspective about the future of buildings which restates the proposition of integrated building systems, automation, controls, and energy management. These evolving priorities will lead to full integration of all aspects of building automation with IT and other building system components such as digital displays, voice and data communications, security, vertical transport, parking systems, etc. In addition this energy impact will improve the reliability and efficiency of the National Electric Grid using Information Technology (IT) and the Internet to enable interoperability between equipment on both sides of the electric meter.
Preparing Buildings for a
Reacting to the change in our industry we must prepare our buildings for a sustainable world. This session will deal with real concepts and tools that are now available to achieve this goal. Concepts like the affect of evolving energy standards deep integration and the components of Demand Response such as Day Lighting, storage, alternate energy sources, plus different approaches to traditional problems of ventilation such as Photo catalytic Oxidation (PCO).
In addition Jack Mc Gowan and the GridWise folks will be providing these free informative sessions; Global Warming and GridWise GWAC Building technology integrating with the Electric Grid to save energy and improve the environment. The New Building Automation: Energy Demand Response GWAC How to build an HVAC business on Smart Energy Technology for Building Electric Demand. Read McGowan article with Opportunities to learn Smart Buildings and the Smart Grid at AHR As part of the AHR Educational panels there will be two free sessions that are must attend sessions for anyone who wants to learn more.
Also Paul Ehrlich is organizing a Jan 23 Building Intelligence Tour at AHR Expo 2008 New York, NY check out our event calendar for this a other events.
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