Innovations in Comfort, Efficiency, and Safety Solutions.
Breaking Down the Barriers to Smarter, Connected Buildings Wireless components, such as light switches and occupancy sensors, can be easily mounted on surfaces inaccessible to wired solutions such as glass, concrete or brick. - Jim O'Callaghan, President, Enocean, Inc
Inside the Killer App for Buildings & Energy Management Fault Detection & Diagnostics - Jim Sinopoli, PE, RCDD, LEED AP, Managing Principal, Smart Buildings, LLC
Energy Harvesting - A New Frontier Energy harvesting on the control side in HVAC applications. - Paul Balazovjech, President, Spartan Peripheral Devices
Smart Grid in Smart Buildings Looking To Outperform Utility Smart Grid In Growth & ROI - Allan McHale, Director, Memoori
Five Key Techniques for Utilizing
Energy Management Systems to Reduce Consumption, Costs, and
Carbon up to 30% - Sara Volpe, VP of Marketing & Communications, eSight Energy, Inc.
Picking the Low-Hanging Wireless Fruit If we can eliminate the wiring from space sensor to space controller, we save both material and labor costs as well as valuable project time. - Ben H Dorsey III, VP, Marketing & Communications, KMC Controls, Inc.
Wireless Sensor Networks Guidelines for the use of wireless sensor networks in building applications. - David Laurence, Marketing Manager, Adaptive Wireless Solutions Ltd
Death by Dashboards One dashboard may not be able to fulfill all expectations, but it is important to clearly formulate what is expected and to evaluate the market based on “Building Knowledge” rather than Data Visualization. - Jack McGowan, CEM, President, Energy Control Inc.
Innovation in Energy Management What is it that makes EMS available to the previously inaccessible 95% of the market? - Shane Mericle, COO, Incenergy, LLC
Wireless Lighting Control Why Lighting is the Cornerstone of Wireless Control for Commercial Buildings. - Josh Slobin, Director Solutions Marketing, Daintree Networks
Circuit Monitoring for Power Control When it comes to circuit monitoring for power control, electrical engineers and contractors are finding that utilizing an Apple or Android based wireless application is indeed a welcome alternative. - Mark Bishop, President, LynTec
BACnet-EnOcean® Gateway Open Systems and Best Practices - Steve Jones, Founder and Managing Partner, The S4 Group Inc
The Wireless Way Relying
on the principles of energy harvesting, 250 EnOcean Alliance members
worldwide are proving that wireless, self-powered building controls are
the future. - Cory Vanderpool, Business Development Director North America, EnOcean Alliance Inc.
Maintaining High Performance Control Systems
The performance level of a building is directly related to the
performance level of its control systems. You cannot manage a high
performance building without high performing control systems. -
Jim Sinopoli, PE, RCDD, LEED AP, Managing Principal, Smart Buildings, LLC
Networked Lighting Offers End-User Responsiveness Wireless discovery and meshing is automatic and there are three mega trends fuelling a large increase in demand on the retrofit side. - Doug Paton, Product Manager, Adura Technologies
Wireless Commissioning and Market Mega Trends Wireless commissioning can be easy, and large market forces are pushing its adoption to supply the growing demand. - David Lamarche, Director, Marketing & Communications, SCL Elements Inc. / CAN2GO
Energy-Intelligent Lighting Systems Go Wireless
Maximizing Flexibility and ROI in Retrofit Projects & New
Construction - Randy Dollar, VP, Market Development - LED & Systems
Universal Lighting Technologies
Bluetooth, Zigbee, WiMax: What is it? It’s time for Carrier Grade Wireless Communication for BAS Industry - Nirosha Munasinghe MBusIT BSc BE (Hons) (Melb)
Deploying a High-Performance Wireless Monitoring and Control Network
A reliable wireless system should be able to transmit data through
various types of building materials, tolerate interference from other
devices, and recover from disruption to the network. - Harry Ostaffe, Vice President, Marketing and Sales, Powercast Corporation
My Sensor’s Not Working! Tips on how to troubleshoot a problem - Steven R. Calabrese, Control Engineering Corp.
Getting Started with Social Media for Business – Part 2 Understanding what Social Media tools can benefit Building Automation - Manny Mandrusiak, Managing Creative Consultant, 4 Bravo Marketing
BIMCards, COBIE, and touch-less Integration The problem with traditional approaches is that they are too hard and take too much skilled time. - Toby Considine, TC9 Inc
VAV Box Flow Settings
How to properly specify and set up the flow setpoints on a DDC VAV box.
- Paul Ehrlich, Ira Goldschmidt & Angela Lewis, Building Intelligence Group
Open Connection Communities My overall takeaway from AHR Expo 2012, Chicago... - Ken Sinclair, AutomatedBuildings.com
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