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02/15/2019
01:58 PM
Project Haystack Awards DLR Group for Contributions to Haystack Community at ControlTrends Awards The Project Haystack Organization, a collaborative community addressing the challenge of utilizing semantic modeling and tagging to streamline the interchange of data among different systems, devices, equipment and software applications, today announced that DLR Group was presented the Project Haystack Award for their support of the Project Haystack open-source project and adoption of the methodology as an end user.
02/15/2019
01:58 PM
Dragos Releases Industrial Control Systems 2018 Year in Review Reports Dragos' Year in Review reports provide the ICS community with lessons learned from its industrial threat intelligence team and threat operations team from 2018
02/08/2019
03:30 PM
Crestron and Appspace Partner to Power Up Workplace Communications Combined technologies keep employees and guests informed and engaged via digital signage, collaboration displays, and information kiosks; also supports room scheduling via TSW touch screens
02/08/2019
03:29 PM
Wells Fargo Innovation Incubator Announces Completion of J2 Innovations Project Results of project indicate potential of automated commissioning in commercial buildings
02/08/2019
03:28 PM
ASHRAE Seeks Presentations for 2019 Building Performance Analysis Conference ASHRAE has announced a call for presentations for the 2019 ASHRAE Building Performance Analysis Conference to be held Sept. 25-27, 2019 at The Curtis Hotel in Denver, Colo.
02/08/2019
03:25 PM
GWAC: DOE Announces Electricity Industry Technology and Practices Innovation Challenge (EITPIC) The United States Department of Energy recently made the following announcement of an industry challenge about ideas for a more reliable and resilient electric system.
02/08/2019
03:23 PM
Opto 22's groov EPIC System Adds IEC 61131-3 Programming Options A free software upgrade adds standard IEC 61131-3 programming methods, increasing options available to controls engineers for ease of use and versatility
02/08/2019
03:22 PM
Reflections on Cybersecurity Summit @AHRExpo Closed and proprietary systems don't mean secure. Open systems approach doesn't mean insecure. - Anto Budiardjo and Nicolas Waern
02/01/2019
12:02 PM
"The Dawn of Disruption" - Editorial Comments by - Ken Sinclair, Publisher
02/01/2019
12:01 PM
Utility Rates & Tariffs Perspectives on a Changing Landscape, Business Impacts and the Role of a Tariff Engine - Leighton Wolffe, Northbridge Energy Partners, Stephanie Fetchen, RateAcuity, John Petze, SkyFoundry
02/01/2019
12:01 PM
A New Year A New Mindset for the Smart Building Sector - James McHale, Managing Director, Memoori
02/01/2019
12:00 PM
Human-Machine Interfaces (HMIs) The latest HMI panels use HDMI technology to bring time & money savings - Jakub Gorski, Director of Product Management, Global Control 5 Sp. z. o.o.
02/01/2019
11:59 AM
Improving Building Safety and Extending Automation with Wireless Emergency Lighting Controls - Jeremy Ludyjan LC, Senior Director, Field Marketing, Fulham Co., Inc.
02/01/2019
11:58 AM
Disruption, Why It's Important Disruption is fundamentally about change; specifically, it's about a change to the status quo that we all find comforting. - Anto Budiardjo, Editor, New Deal for Buildings
02/01/2019
11:58 AM
Smart Mobility Vehicle-to-Grid Disruption for Smart Buildings A mobile vehicle with V2G disrupts the market and offers buildings new options with an option to use one or more V2G enabled electric vehicles as personal power grids. - Sudha Jamthe, CEO, IoTDisruptions
02/01/2019
11:56 AM
Introduction to IoT IoT and getting more things connected, is a vital step in the journey towards smarter buildings. An IoT strategy will allow professionals to add additional ways of measuring the status of buildings, dig out data that is hard to get out today, and also create data where there is none. Improving data flow from assets will be vital in the development of smarter buildings. - Nicolas Waern, CEO, Go-IoT
02/01/2019
11:55 AM
The Anatomy of an Edge Controller The reality is, none of these devices contain any parts that are truly proprietary or unavailable to the public. Part 3 of 4 - The Hardware - Calvin Slater
02/01/2019
11:55 AM
Why Are Big Buildings So Dumb? Want to ask the experts these questions? - Scott Cochrane, President, CEO, Cochrane Supply & Engineering
02/01/2019
11:53 AM
AHR Expo 2019 Georgia and Building Automation on my mind - Alan A. Varghese
02/01/2019
11:53 AM
Haystack Connect 2019 Update February 2019 - John Petze, Executive Director, Project-Haystack.org