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Discover LonMark 2.0 at the AHR Expo - Booth #426
Create new opportunities for tomorrow with LONMARK 2.0!
LONMARK International invites you to attend the free educational seminars held in conjunction with the AHR Expo. Hear from industry and technology experts about how the LONMARK 2.0 initiative is creating new opportunities for efficient and Intelligent buildings. All sessions will be held at the Jacob Javits Convention Center.
Tuesday, January 21, 2014 Room 1E04
9:00 a.m. LONMARK 2.0 The Standard for Next Generation Intelligent Buildings & Smart Grid
New features of the LONMARK 2.0 initiative include a roadmap for standardizing BACnet solutions with LONMARK certified devices, support for transports such as IPv6/v4, WPAN and WiFi RF (802.15.4, 802.11x).
Attendees will discover how LONMARK 2.0 enables interoperability for Smart Grid and Intelligent Building applications.
10:30 a.m. Crossing the Chasm BACnet System Designers Deliver the Goods with LONMARK Devices
Gain insight into how BACnet solutions are specified and deployed using LONMARK certified devices. BACnet today is well established at the top level in two-tier network architectures. LONMARK certified devices deliver the definitive interoperable framework. Together, system designers are recognizing the full life-cycle benefits of open system solutions.
3:00 p.m. Taming the Internet of Things (IoT) with Interoperable Device Profiles
This session will focus how the Internet of Things (IoT) is impacting the landscape of intelligent building systems. Standard device profiles provide users the tools to tame the new frontier of IoT solutions. The common thread across the connected IoT fabric of IPv6/v4, RF, wired, and power line of communications will be device profiles. A good profile framework provides for the exchange of information across the apparent barriers of varied communication transports.
4:30 p.m. Specification Guidelines for Open Integrated Building Systems
Discover the best practices for developing project specifications, system architecture requirements, technology selection, and communications for control systems. Concepts including the following will be discussed: Two- and three-tier system architectures; The role of the Master Systems Integrator; Standard guide spec development efforts; Integration of BAS, BMS and the IT/Enterprise networks; Value to owners of open specs CAPEX and OPEX tradeoffs.
At the conclusion, attendees will have a good general working knowledge of the concepts and best practices facing system specification development as well as an understanding of the value, choices, and market direction.
Wednesday, January 22, 2014 Room 1A04
10:30 a.m. Energy Efficiency Through Automated Demand Response
Utilities worldwide are implementing new energy efficiency programs based on the OpenADR standard for automated demand response. These new programs will place significant pressure on control systems to be finely-tuned for energy efficiency. As electricity prices change due to grid demands, buildings will need to be pre-programmed to shift electrical loads toward off-peak periods. Building automation networks, such as LonWorks and BACnet, will play an essential role in smart grid connectivity.
This session will provide an overview of the OpenADR standard, examples of new utility energy programs and insight into how to prepare facilities for OpenADR based programs.
For more information visit http://www.lonmark.org
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