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Evolves from the Definition of the Possible
I am extremely pleased with the industry support I am receiving helping
me define "the possible of connected buildings" because this clear
definition of the possible is helping us define the
transformational changes we all need to make.
Change is a slow process. There is an ancient Chinese proverb that goes: "When the wind of change blows, some people build walls, others build windmills."
We have all been
talking about change for a long time; from our 2008 mission statement;
AutomatedBuildings.com is committed to the continuance of our existing
work plus the creation and nurturing of a community of change agents,
to lead those who will accept change and convince those who resist. We
have a long, long way to go to move out of the deeply rooted vendor
centric unconnected world of traditional marketing of our products and
services. We need to define the services and recognize the transaction
and the performance we can deliver. We need to "Give our customers the
ability to do something new, that they couldn't do before, but would
have wanted to do; if only they knew they had the ability to do it."
Imagine every single possible bit of information at your fingertips,
perfectly contextualized, and perfectly personalized. This may never be
realized, but the journey to find perfection will be the change we seek.
Our community of change agents needs to continue to educate customers and especially those who have never been our customers, with all types of events and in all forms of media. Connection and Interoperability becomes the driver. The overwhelming operational requirement to have all buildings connected to the smart grid is a great example. The technology is here, we just need to create ways for our industry to be the ones that figure out how to use technology to sell solutions.
This was written in 2008 and is a bit dusty, but still good in principle and not widely achieved. We need to focus on making change a priority. Please help me on this crusade.
Very pleased to be doing our 17th Education Sessions at AHRExpo2016 in Orlando. It is themed "Transformational Change for Building Automation". Pleased to be joined by these industry experts to help us all better understand the change upon us;
Jim Sinopoli PE, RCDD Principal Smart Buildings
Paul Oswald | Managing Director CBRE | ESI
Brad White, P.Eng,
MASc SES consulting Principal
Hosted by Ken Sinclair Editor/Owner/Founder www.AutomatedBuildings.com
First Session; Transformational Change for Building Automation "the possible is presently impossible without transformative change
Second session; Transforming Skill Sets to Lead and Manage Change An education session and discussion; led by industry experts about how we need to approach the engagement of our only true asset our people and make transformative change part of their and our lives and use the resulting feedback to create self learning cultures for our companies.
Third Session; Data Analytics /
Occupant Engagement and the Road to Self-Managing Buildings
session led by industry experts exploring data driven decision making
and introducing the new value added with Occupant Engagement in
increasing comfort and productivity. Discussion of the evolving new
industry measured variables of "satisfaction" and "happiness" now with
feedback from social media and data analytics. This session will also
explore what we might find on the road to self-managed buildings.
Please be part of our: Fourth annual Connection Community Collaboratory, Orlando. It is not a meeting, it is an education session and discussion led by industry experts about how we need to approach creating and selling connection to the world. An open, fun Collaboratory atmosphere. Come learn and share your opinions.
We are extremely
pleased that the folks at AHR Expo provide AutomatedBuildings.com the
annual venue and industry provides their people and support for our
free education sessions. Thanks to all you truly understand a
collaboratory. For more information, date and time.
Our September issue speaks well to the
tranformative change now occurring in our industry. the below
comment from an interview with one of our advertisers captures the
“This event series is about creating an atmosphere that promotes going above and beyond the ordinary, to bring smart, profound change to the industry,” said Trevor Palmer, Distech Controls’ Vice President, Products & Marketing. “As we embark on the journey towards converged BMS, this event will explore the ways in which one can leverage their IT infrastructure and benefit from convergence now and in the future.”
Our collection of articles and columns
reinforces that Change Evolves from the
Definition of the Possible
As always this issue is a nest of
great articles, columns, reviews, new products,
interviews and of course the steady stream of news depicting our
rapidly evolution and journey to "Change"
Tell all our sponsors you saw their ads on the AutomatedBuildings.com web site and thank them for supporting your free access to evolving Automated Building Industry information. Click on their ads and view their valuable products and services. Please review all Our Sponsors.
The news just keeps flowing thru our web site and RSS feeds daily, and of course the only way to truly find what you are looking for in the vast quantity of information on our site is with our site search engine http://www.automatedbuildings.com/search/sitesearch.htm
As always lots of new products, plus be sure to check our event calendar to see the number of events we have in our future.
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