July & August 2005

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Articles - August 2005
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Growing Greener Buildings with Automation  The seeds are being sown with GridWise, LEED®, and The CABA Intelligent & Integrated Buildings Council, and others. Ken Sinclair, AutomatedBuildings.com

What’s The Role For Advanced Technologies In Green Building Design?  The latest innovations will disappoint unless the entire project team adapts to work together in a new way that embrace new technology and help the owner make the most of a system’s potential. Thomas Hartman, P.E. The Hartman Company

What Is An Intelligent Building? Part 1: An introduction to intelligent building design. Paul Ehrlich, P.E. Building Intelligence Group

What Next - Part III Organizing Our Industry  Part 3 will explore what needs to change in the route to market of building system solutions  Anto Budiardjo, President & CEO, Clasma Events Inc.

Why are our Buildings so Dumb?  Who is in Charge of the Technology? Tom Lohner; P.E. Vice President, TENG Solutions

Application Specific Savings  Cost reductions are being realized by pre-packaged application specific controls and integrated systems. Mike O'Donnell, Senior Product Manager, Marketing, Viconics

Multihop Wireless Mesh Networks  for Building Automation  Alexandre Cervinka, CEO, Founder, Newtrax Technologies

"Inside Peek" of what BuilConn is likely to be in 2006  Ken Sinclair, AutomatedBuildings.com

Articles - July 2005

What Next - Part II The Stakeholders  In part 2 we look at the change Convergence will bring to the stakeholders of our industry. Anto Budiardjo, President & CEO, Clasma Events Inc.

Applications of Intelligent Energy Technology  Intelligent building applications are close at hand. Jack Mc Gowan, CEM, Energy Control Inc. 

Hotel PBX: The Road to IP  IP systems deliver advanced communications that enhance the guest experience, improve customer service and optimize operational productivity and costs. Deepak Wanner, President and CEO, Precidia Technologies

Buying Integration Solutions from a Control’s Warehouse  Integration solutions are becoming sought after commodities and the market for them is here now.  Ken Sinclair, AutomatedBuildings.com

Past Favorites 

[an error occurred while processing this directive] July Hotel PBX: The Road to IP Deepak Wanner, Precidia Technologies
Power Over Ethernet George Thomas, Contemporary Controls
Sinclair/McGowan/Considine/Zivney ES Supplement
George Thomas, Contemporary Controls
Hubs versus Switches
Eldon Ziegler, Energy Micro Systems HVAC Automation and the Light Commercial Market 
Thanh Nguyen, LCN America Building Automation with LCN
Michael R. Brambley and Srinivas Katipamula, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Beyond Commissioning: The Role of Automation
Edward Hague, CTO, ProtoCessor Division, FieldServer Technologies ProtoCessor - A Protocol Solution
Steve Tom, PE, PhD, Director of Technical Information, Automated Logic Corporation Web Services – A New BACnet Standard 
Guy Zebrick, Account Manager, Kele, Inc  ZigBee or Not ZigBee
Jack Mc Gowan, CEM, Energy Control Inc.  Integrated, Interoperable and Intelligent  …

Brian Jones, Marketing Consultant, The S4 Group, Inc Johnson Controls Metasys N2 Networks in an Open Systems Environment
Al De Wachter, ICS Inc Plan Users Guide - Project Control

Lyle Bunn, Senior Partner, Apogee Partners  Electronic Signage for Safer Buildings
Mike Schell, AirTest Technologies Measuring The Right Thing For Humidity Control…

David E. Craven, Director of OEM Sales, AndoverControls  A Wake-Up Call and a Brainer



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