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BMA, BIG-NA Host One-Day Seminar at BuilConn 2005 On BACnet Technology
IRVING, TEXAS--The BACnet Manufacturers Association (BMA) and the BACnet Industry Group-North America (BIG-NA) announced they will host a one-day seminar dedicated to the BACnet technology and its applications on Tuesday, March 22, at BuilConn 2005, the integrated and intelligent building community's event being held in Dallas, Texas, March 21-24, at the Adam's Mark Hotel Dallas.
The BACnet @ BuilConn seminar is designed for industry players looking for a comprehensive overview on the BACnet standard and the role it will play at the Enterprise level. Session specifics include discussions on the current adoption environment, the use of XML with the standard, and the future development of the technology.
"BuilConn continues to be a highly targeted event full of progressive attendees who are readily embracing open systems and whole building integration,"Jim Lee, BMA president, said. "And, it is a unique opportunity for us to reach the disparate sectors of the industry to illustrate the applicability of the standard across the board."
"The BACnet community is a vital piece of the buildings industry and their activities are making a significant impact on the industrys future," Anto Budiardjo, BuilConn organizer, said. "One of the primary goals of BuilConn is to provide our attendees education on all aspects of the intelligent and integrated buildings industry, and that would not be possible without the presence of the BACnet community."
For further information on BACnet @ BuilConn, please visit www.builconn.com/agenda.
About the BMA
The BACnet Manufacturers Association (BMA) is an organization that encourages the successful use of BACnet in building automation and control systems through interoperability testing educational programs, and promotional activities. The BMA complements the work of other BACnet-related groups whose charters limit their commercial activities. BACnet Manufacturers Association members include companies involved in the design, manufacturing installation, commissioning, and maintenance of control equipment that uses BACnet for communication, as well as other interested persons.
BIG-NA is a nonprofit organization dedicated to facilitate the open exchange of user ideas and experiences as the complete interoperability of building systems is achieved using BACnet, A Data Communication Protocol for Building Automation and Control Networks.
BuilConn is a four-day forum uniting integrators, manufacturers, distributors, consultants and technologists from the disparate disciplines of the building systems industry to learn and discuss the trends, technologies and their applications for tomorrow's intelligent buildings. From Access Control and HVAC to Lighting, CCTV and IT, BuilConn is the only network infrastructure and integration event focusing on bridging the gaps between these sectors to deliver true Networked Building Systems.
The third annual event will be held in Dallas, Texas, March 21-24, 2005, at the Adam's Mark Hotel Dallas. For further information, please visit www.builconn.com.
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