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SPECIFYING INTEROPERABLE DDC SYSTEMS
Instructed by Ira Goldschmidt, P.E., LEEDŽ AP

This program is designed to help you get beyond the technical maze, and learn the specific facts and approaches you'll need to successfully specify interoperable DDC systems. The instructor will provide you with an easy-to-follow overview of the specific concepts of each protocol which are key to specifying them in an interoperable environment. You will also learn specification techniques that are applicable to either protocol, with specific examples about how these techniques apply to both BACnet and LONMARK.

This six-hour seminar gives you the opportunity to learn from a nationally renowned expert the specific concepts and approaches required to effectively utilize interoperable DDC systems as a critical component of today's intelligent building.

A 6-Hour Distance Learning Seminar, Earns 0.6 CEU / 6 PDH
Presented in three live 2-hour online sessions
New Program Starts August 22

PRESSURE INDEPENDENT CONTROL OF HVAC HYDRONICS
Instructed by Eric Moe, M.S.E.

contemporary Pressure independent control is a technology and approach that has become industry standard for air distribution in modern buildings with variable air volume systems. Instructed by a leading expert in the field, this seminar offers you the opportunity to learn about this important technology, and to gain an understanding of how it is best applied in state-of-the-art hot and chilled water distribution systems.

An 4-Hour Distance Learning Seminar, Earns 0.4 CEU / 4 PDH
Presented in two live 2-hour online sessions
New Program Starts August 23

The content of AEE's professional distance learning programs will be as comprehensive as that of similar live seminars offered by AEE. State-of-the-art teleconferencing allows you to ask questions, get live answers, and interact with both the instructor and your classmates -- all in real time, using your own computer and a phone. Upon completion of the program, you will receive a certificate of completion from the Association of Energy Engineers showing your continuing education credit.

Realtime distance learning programs offer a great solution for busy professionals who need to stay up to speed on the latest solutions for their facilities, but who prefer to minimize both travel costs and time away from the office. For information on all of AEE's realtime distance learning seminars, visit www.aeecenter.org/realtime.

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