BTL Mark: Resolve interoperability issues & increase buyer confidence
is a power hashtag being unleashed this International Women's Day some
of our industries; womens' articles follow.
The Need for Better Building Management Systems Storytellers Why the industry’s labor shortage is not just an HR problem, but a marketing issue. - Lauren Scott, Director, Marketing, Distech Controls
How Marketing can better the Building Automation industry Marketing is so much more than advertising, and that is something this industry doesn’t seem to understand very well. - Monica McMahen, Director of Marketing, Optigo Networks
Building a More Diverse Industry ...if everyone designing, building, and managing our buildings has similar experiences and perspectives, will they know what obstacles other folks face in the built environment? Natalie Serafini, Marketing Strategist, Optigo Networks & Monica McMahen, Director of Marketing, Optigo Networks
Bushfires and what lies ahead for sustainability in real
estate - Deb Noller, CEO, Switch Automation
A lasting Impact
Being a mentor is a lifelong position that doesn’t stop when you leave
the office or job site. - Erin DeFrieze, Manager, Professional
Services / Application Engineer, Lynxspring, Inc.
Predictions for Workplace Experience in 2020
We asked our partners, clients, and in-house experts to weigh in on
"what will the workplace look like in 2020?" Read on for a list of top
5 predictions. - Anna Lui, Marketing, Comfy
Update from Australia: A diverse set of solutions for the built environment. - Kerri Lee Sinclair, Chair, SBE Australia
"The Amazing Women of Tech and Their Effort at #EachforEqual" These events are fully run by women with women speakers. - Sudha Jamthe, CEO, IoTDisruptions
Hire Women to Help Lead the Smart Buildings Industry Huge gap in female leadership across the building technology/management industry. Women represent just 1.4% of HVAC, 5.2% of computer control programmers and operators. - Casey Talon, Research Director, Navigant Research
Women in the Male World?
A stereotype, but is it still valid? - Katarzyna Goleniewska,
Marketing Manager, Global Control 5
The Expanding Role of Wireless Sensors in the Built
Wireless sensors offer clear value and are leading us to evolve new
practices for using them to enhance building performance and
efficiency, occupant wellness and satisfaction, meet compliance
requirements and manage risk. - Marc Petock, Lynxspring, Inc.
Wireless-First Strategy, what to think about? - Nicolas Waern, "The Building Whisperer"
How To Design an IP Network for an IP Based BAS System BAS OT Network Design: ON-PREMISE First, OFF-PREMISE Second - Scott Cochrane, President, CEO, Cochrane Supply & Engineering
Facilities as Strategic Assets Navigating the digital transformation of Building Products and Services - Dan Diehl, CEO, Aircuity, Paul O’Malley, Owner Paul O'Malley Associates LLC, Lou Ronsivalli, Principal, GioVantage Strategies, LLC
Building Cybersecurity is a Process, Not a Project or a
Product - James McHale, Managing Director, Memoori
- March 2020
HVAC:Born Again Connected We need to imagine what every HVACR product would look like if it was "born again connected." - Ken Sinclair Facilitesnet
Industry's Amazing Women Take this time to recognize the women in our industry. - Ken Sinclair/contractormag
What Does Open Mean to You? Just returning from AHRExpo Orlando and a very successful Open discussion for an Open Future. - Ken Sinclair/contractormag
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