October - "Collaboration, Integration, Education”
We need to better understand the complex mosaic of our
collaborative teams. To do the simplest of tasks we need to collaborate which includes people,
devices, apps, databases, electrical grids and much more.
our October theme, Collaboration, Integration, Education. we need to
better understand the complex mosaic of our collective collaborative
teams which we now were are all part of. We are now required to work
with the strangest of bedfellows and
it's in addition to that, there's our close relationship with edge
devices, clouds, apps, AI databases, and the rapid evolving
electrification of everything. The sustainability of the electrical
grids rapidly evolution depends on everything collaborating. So
collaboration and understanding
what it is we need to collaborate with is our goal
This caught my eye is a white paper on AI benefits
the grid energy transformation. "The efforts to decarbonize the global
energy system are leading to an increasingly integrated and electrified
energy system, with much more interaction between the power, transport,
industry and building sectors. The move to decarbonize the energy
supply is also leading to high levels of decentralization in the power
sector. This will require much higher levels of coordination and
flexibility from all sector players – including consumers – in order to
manage this increasingly complex system and optimize it for minimal
greenhouse gas emissions."
is very interesting, because that's all going to be more
control, more collaboration, more integration, and more
This also caught my eye, a discussion between
Brian Turner, Nicholas, our contributing editor
, Knowledge transformation, solving metadata interoperability challenges in practice .
Extremely please with the industry's collaboration to put
together our education sessions for AHRExpo 2020 Vegas. We have 12
free education sessions proposed. Our theme
is navigating the adoption of smarter buildings with sustainable BAS.
2022 Las Vegas AHR Expo Educational Sessions our 22st year presenting at AHRExpo.com
AHR Expo (International Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigerating
Exposition) will return to Las Vegas Jan. 31 - Feb. 2, 2022, after a
forced cancellation in 2021 planned for Chicago. The highly anticipated
2022 Show will be the industry’s first major in-person gathering
following pandemic shutdowns. Registration is free and attendees are
encouraged to register early on ahrexpo.com. Show management is elated to sound the horn, “We’re back!”
AutomatedBuildings.com is extremely pleased to provide free education sessions at the Vegas show.
We need an industry image change from a discussion with input from the UK at Monday Live
We have a perception that were about
dirty water in pipe when that's not really
what we do. We were about high tech making buildings perform
efficiently and maximizing the user experience of those buildings and
occupant comfort. We have pool of motivated and highly
taught and educated engineers coming into the marketplace. But we're
not describing ourselves adequately. But we don't talk about what we do. We talk
about how we make valves and actuators dance. In reality, we're
making buildings work. And that's exciting. But we don't talk about
that. That's not how we market ourselves. We need to tell the
story about how we make these buildings work, and how we take this
technology these students have learned through schools and
colleges, and how it can be applied, I think what we do is very
exciting. It's about attracting the talent of those enthusiastic young
people. Attract, retain them, and develop
a regime to replace that old apprenticeship system that those big four
manufacturers used to follow. So we need to have a structured training
program to retain, develop, harness and energize those enthusiastic
young people. This is an opportunity, not a threat. ....Amen!
This is a great article on growning the indusrty.
DIY Recruiting – Part one (of three) Skip Freeman, Senior Technical Recruiter, BASI Solutions, Inc
Our contribuitng editor Scott Cochrane the host of our AHRExpo sessions
and IBcon expresses his fustration with IoT collaboration in this
I T! - Well that’s it, I’m officially dropping the gauntlet
Lots of great articles and interviews and new products in this issue, check them out.
WE ARE THE COALITION FOR SMARTER BUILDINGS
We envision a world where people live, learn, work, and play in
healthy, comfortable, and productive built-spaces, enabled by smart
digital technologies that ensure sustainable and economically
responsible development and operation.
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