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April 2005

Wireless Mesh Networks
Frank Capuano, President, Strata Resource Inc,  & Mark Pacelle, VP Marketing, Millennial Net
Mesh networks can optimize or increase the visibility into dynamic systems, such as the environmental conditions inside a commercial building or the condition of machinery in a manufacturing plant, without the cost and administration of a wired network.

XML and the Buildings Market
Steve Nguyen, Director Corporate Marketing, Echelon Corporation 
We see the industry moving to a point where EVERY automation system, from HVAC to lighting to blind control will be accessible and controllable via an XML feed of some sort. 

March 2005

Buildy Vision Award – One Year Later
Paul Ehrlich, President, Building Intelligence Group
In 2004 Paul Ehrlich was awarded the first ever Buildy Vision Award. This award was based on peer nominations and voted on by BuilConn attendees.

Richards-Zeta's OMEGA - Finalist for Buildy Product of the Year Award
Ed Richards, President & CEO, Richards-Zeta
OMEGA is the first, and last, intelligent building solution you will need to manage the assets of one or multiple facilities in today's enterprise-wide business.

Tridium’s Niagara Appliance - Finalist for Buildy Product of the Year Award
John Petze, President & CEO, Tridium, Inc.
Niagara Appliance builds in multi-protocol support in a single solution. The factory ships one product no matter what type of system it will be integrated with.

Turning Data into Action in XML Symposium Keynote
Jay Althof, Vice President Global Control Systems Group, Trane
Our industry must focus on XML not as a technology, but as a solution; giving insight on business system architecture implications that decision makers must understand.


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